This 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe Split Window is one of the most sought after collector cars on the market today, With only a hand full for sale this car is a gorgeous example. This Stingray has undergone a beautiful restoration. The motor was rebuilt to factory specs 327 / 340 HP The block was decked so the numbers where removed, when being rebuilt the builder stamped the block to keep all the numbers matching. Date codes are correct as is casting codes. Painted correct GM Riverside Red for the 63 Stingray, factory black interior. All the stainless, Chrome and Glass near perfect, Correct bias ply tires and correct knock off wheel covers, car has had some small upgrade to make it a better performing car overall. Car shows only 73000 miles on the chassis This car has been highly detailed inside and out. A great car for any collection and a great investment opportunity.
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