In 1971, the most thoroughbred Corvette one could acquire was the ZR2, a body whose overall handling offered no comfort but performance. This particular muscle car, powered by a V8 engine , which produced 425 horsepower according to factory specs and was mated to a four-speed M22 Rock Crusher four-speed manual transmission. What was not available were the extra options , such as air conditioning and power windows. This 1971 ZR2 is one of only 12 built in total and the last of the series. It was completed at GM’s St. Louis plant and sent to Golden Mile Chevrolet-Oldsmobile in Toronto for interior trim. This extremely rare Corvette is being auctioned off in May 2023 at the Mecum event in Indianapolis.