1975 LT at auction on Hemmings. Interesting car

80WA7113

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May 22, 2002
1,517
Indianapolis, IN
Interesting how the carpet turned green. This was something that happened to the mid 70's GM tan carpets.

I owned a 1976 Corvette with 17K miles that also had the dark tan carpet turn green...even under the seats where the sun never hit it. No one could ever answer WHY that happened. It just does.

Looks to be pretty clean. I'm curious too as to what this will hammer down at.
 

mallard

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Oct 3, 2013
2,044
SK, Canada
Interesting how the carpet turned green. This was something that happened to the mid 70's GM tan carpets.

I owned a 1976 Corvette with 17K miles that also had the dark tan carpet turn green...even under the seats where the sun never hit it. No one could ever answer WHY that happened. It just does.

Looks to be pretty clean. I'm curious too as to what this will hammer down at.
A couple years ago one poster here sold a decent supposedly rust free ‘75 type LT with triple the mileage for $12,500.

I nearly fell over at the final selling price, but it is, what it is.
 

tom3

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Aug 1, 1999
14,953
ohio
Didn't sell, now at asking price $18,150. If that car is solid underneath I'd think that's a decent price. Being a mostly standard car that could be made into really something without having to rebuild the body.
 




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