You will look a long time to find a nicer, cleaner Corvette roadster than this one. I'm totally impressed with it. This is a one owner car that shows a lot of ownership pride. He bought this car when he graduated from pharmacy school in Colorado. He made a ring binder that shows when he bought it along with the original bill of sale. The original window sticker was destroyed, but he got new ones to replace it. I have two ring binders full of receipts. I was told he had every receipt, but I am not sure about that? I do know that the receipts are in order and you can follow the mileage on various receipts all the way up to the time Corvette Alley worked on it last. I could not find a receipt for the paint. It was painted in late 2013 and back on the road in April 2014. In 2013 he restored the paint to better than new. Almost one year. Photos of the restoration are in the ring binder. He replaced the original wheels with custom wheels and tires that are mounted now. This Corvette was his baby and if it needed anything he had it worked on ASAP. He always wanted it to be in top condition. I don't think he drove it much after the paint restoration, taking it to only local shows. The paint is excellent. The leather interior is very very good. The whole car is very good. The air blows cold. The leather seats are excellent just like the rest of the car. Dave Overton at Corvette Alley in Anacortes was the last one to work on it. Like I said before, you'll be hard-pressed to find a nicer 1975 Corvette roadster. 350 Chevy V8 engine with a four-speed transmission. Power steering. Tilt/telescopic steering wheel. Power disc brakes. Power windows. AM/FM cassette aftermarket, Corvette radio with power antenna. The convertible top is excellent but not new. The hard top looks like new, I'm not sure if he ever put it on the car? Black Market Speed did the service and safety check for us and says it's in great condition. You're going to get one great Corvette roadster.