Mar. 5th 2012 – Auto of the day – Auto #2

1974 Greenwood Corvette

RAC Preformance are pleased to present this amazing piece of racing and Corvette history, a very rare Greenwood Corvette “Customer Car.”

This car (Customer Car #012) has a documented history from the one IMSA race in which it competed (Lime Rock, 8/82) and its victories at Walter Mitty Challenge (4/90) and the 1990 Duryea Hill Climb in Reading, PA as well as a documented ownership history.

On This Car:

Greenwood Modified Stock Frame And Chassis
Removable Eight Piece Body with Zues fasteners
Quick Pin Door Hinges
Lexan Rear Spoiler
427 Aluminum Block 1’ Set back 4” Set down
Weaver Four Stage Dual Filter 28 Quart Dry Sump System
Harrison Oil Cooler
Kinsler Lucas Timed Injection System with Kinsler High Pressure Manual And Electric Starting Pump, Dual Carter Electric Feed Pumps
Dual Electronic Ignition Boxes with Switch, Alternator
Borg Warner Super T-10, Iron case, Hurst Shifter
Stock Type Differential with Absco Electrical Pump, Harrison Cooler
Roller bearing Stock Based Front Suspension
Manual Steering, Removable Steering Wheel
Five Link, Double A Arm Rear Suspension With coil Over Springs
Koni Shocks
Dual Master Cylinders with Balance Bar and Remote Reservoir
Hurst/Airheart Disc Brakes, Ducted In Front
12” Cross Drilled Rotors, Aluminum Hats, Alignment Cones Bolt In 5/8” Studs
Aluminum Double Insulated Interior Panels, Rear Windowed Rear Firewall
Fiberglass Inner Door Panels
Removable Tunnel, Removable Driveshaft Safety Tube
Removable Zues Fastened Dash With Circuit Breakers
Stewart Warner Gauges, Moroso Mechanical Tach, US Oil Pressure Guage
Windshield Wiper
Complete Inner Fender Quick Release Splash Panels
32 Gallon ATL Fuel System With Drybreak
Halon Fire Suppression System
All Aero Equipped Hoses
Fireproof Electrical Wiring
Window Net
Simpson Four Inch Six Point Restraint System

A large binder contains technical information, news clippings, magazine articles, race results, bills of sale between owners, pictures and correspondence between the original owner and John Greenwood.

Price US$250,000

Value: $200,000+

Comment: Big bangers dont get much badder than this, it has everything just needs lots of fuel to make you absolutely scare yourself silly.

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