1963 marked a big year for Corvette. The second generation, or C2
body style was released with significant style changes and
performance enhancements. Chevrolet launched the now infamous Sting
Ray name, attaching to the first ever offered Corvette coupe, and
for the first; and only time in their history, offered the coupe
with a split rear window configuration. The hidden taillights and
tapered rear deck provided an all new look for the sports car,
giving America another reason to fall in love with Corvette all
This Sting Ray has undergone a total ground-up restoration. It is a tremendous example of a fully restored split-window coupe. The exterior is painted in rare Daytona Blue and all chrome is in superb condition. Powered by a 327 300hp V8 tied to a 4-speed transmission, it fires up and drives as good as it looks. The beauty of the exterior extends to the interior with a flawless dash, including Wonderbar radio, and perfect carpet and seating. This car would be a tremendous addition for a true Sting Ray collector.
Unless stated otherwise, vehicle mileage on title is exempt and unknown if original.
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