Exterior Color: Riverside Red Interior: Black Vinyl Engine: 327 V8 (NOM) Transmission: 4 Speed Manual Miles: 52101 ( Not Actual) This 1963 Corvette is a very nice driver. It has a good running 327 V8 that is not numbers matching. It is backed to a 4 speed manual transmission that has a Hurst shifter. The brake system has been updated with a dual reservoir master cylinder. Other upgrades include radial white wall tires, a smaller diameter steering wheel, and an aftermarket radio in the original radio's location. The Riverside Red paint has a good shine and is nice driver quality paint. It is a factory red car as well. The standard black vinyl interior is in great shape. All of the 1963 only gauges are in place and working. The clock is present but not working. The black vinyl soft top is in good condition and the rear window is clear. If you are looking for a nice C2 convertible for a weekend driver this car deserves your consideration. Please call our sales department at 714-418-4796 or Mark @ 949-466-5733 ?Chris @ 858-260-0670
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