1977 Chevrolet Corvette

  • Year: 1977

  • Make: Chevrolet

  • Model: Corvette 

  • Mileage: 86,750

  • Exterior Color: White

  • Interior Color: light grey

Price: $18,900
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Checkout this beautiful 1977 Corvette!

"The role of a dream car in age of reality." - 1977 Corvette Ad

Specs:

Trim 152 Grey Interior

Paint Corvette Classic White

350 4 Barrell- Numbers Matching

RV Performace Camshaft

Holley 4 Barrell Carb

Chrome Chevrolet Valve Covers

Braided Hoses

Open Element Air cleaner

Flowmaster Style Mufflers

HEI Ignigtion

350 Turbo Trans

Factory Polished wheels

235/60 Cooper Radial Tires

Bucket Seats w/ Floor Shift

Pioneer CD Player

A/C

Cruise Control

Power Windows

Power Steering

Removable Roof

Tinted Windows

Rear Window Defogger

Tachometer and Gauges

Tilt/telescopic steering wheel

Dual Outside Mirror

Rear Mount Antennae

1977 saw the steering column repositioned 2 inches (51 mm) closer to the dashboard to allow a more "arms out" position for the driver. The custom interior with leather seat trim was now standard, with cloth and leather a no-cost option. A redesigned center console permitted universal Delco radio options. One consequence of this modification was that an 8-track tape player was now available as an option. Auxiliary gauges were restyled and the ammeter was replaced with a voltmeter. The sun visors were redesigned to swivel so as to provide some glare protection from the side as well as the front. Chevrolet responded to the criticism of the previous year's steering wheel with an all new three-spoke leather-wrapped unit, which was well received. Chevrolet featured this new wheel prominently on the front of their new Corvette sales brochure. The new wheel came on all cars fitted with the optional tilt-telescopic steering column which was ordered on all but a few thousand Corvettes. Corvette's refinement as a touring sports car continued as both power steering and power brakes became standard and new options included body-colored sport mirrors, cruise control, and a new convenience group. Cruise control was only available on cars with automatic transmissions. The convenience group included dome light delay, headlight warning buzzer, underhood light, low fuel warning light, interior courtesy lights, and passenger side visor mirror. The black exterior paint color returned (last offered in 1969). Unchanged was the horsepower ratings for both base and L-82 engines.

 

Early in production, the engine paint color was changed from Chevy orange to Corporate blue. The “Stingray” script, seen on front fenders since 1969 disappeared, but new cross-flags emblems began appearing on fenders before the model year ended. Windshield posts were now painted black for a “thin pillar” look and this was the final year of the "sugar scoop" tunneled roof-line and vertical back window. A Corvette milestone was reached during 1977 as Chevrolet had built a half million Corvettes since production began in 1953.

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