We now have this iconic 1963 Corvette Split Window Coupe as part of inventory. Only 10,919 total spit window 1963 coupes were made. This car has withstood the test of time incredibly well and maintains its original and rare 327/340hp solid lifter engine and 4 speed manual transmission. Only 6,978 total 63’s (coupe and convertible) had the optional 340hp solid lifter engine. This car is also equipped with the rare Special Highway Axle Ratio (3.08:1) that only 211 total cars left the factory with. It has been repainted once some years ago in its original Ermine White, and it has its original red interior. Other than the one repaint, the car is all original and unrestored, a remarkable feat of survivorship. It even has its original AM/FM factory radio and seat belts (in the photos foam covers the seat belt buckles for protection). The car even has original 1965 Kesley-Hayes true Knock-Off wheels that have been on the car since about that time. This time capsule of a car has only 60,xxx believed original miles and has only had two prior owners. The last owner having the car for over 25 years. As one would expect, the car runs, drives and performs very well. It is a dream to drive and commands lots of attention wherever it goes. The 63 Split Window coupes have had significant interest and performance in the marketplace due to their one year only styling cues. This will only continue as collectors continue to seek these cars out. You will be very hard pressed to find a more original 63 split window coupe in this great of condition. It is out of my personal collection. Offered at $109,900.
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