Offered for sale is a Ralley Red 1965 Corvette Fuel Injected Coupe with black interior. This car is 1 of 771, 327-375HP fuel injected cars made in 1965. This is also the last year of fuel injection. Fuel units in 1965 had a VIN # Stamped on them. This car has a 1965 unit but the VIN does not match the car. The transmission is a four-speed Muncie.
Bell Housing # 3858403
No VIN Stamp
Rearend # 12-28-64 (AG Code was hard to read)
Overall the car is restored and nice, with excellent paint and chrome. The bottom is nice with all correct restored components. The wheels and tires are gold line Bias Belted 775-15’s with reproduction knock-offs. Under the hood everything is highly detailed and correct from the hoses to the clamps. The date code on the engine is hard to read for the 1st character but, last part is ?-14-4.
Casting #: 3782870
VIN Stamp 5105707 F1218HG
The interior is very nice along with the gauges. It comes equipped with an 80lb oil pressure gauge and a 6500 red line TACH. The only picks on this is its going to need a 4 wheel alignment. Overall on a scale of 1 thru 10, 10 being the best I would give this car an 8 ½ -9.
This car has been reduced from $84,900 to $79,900!
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