1963 Chevrolet CORVETTE Convertible Hollywood Movie 'SURVIVOR' Car
It's time to sell my baby so someone else can enjoy it. This is an
absolute rare opportunity for anyone that is a Richard Gere, Andy
Garcia/Hollywood movie fan and a Stingray fan. As can be seen in
the movie 'Internal Affairs' starring Richard Gere and Andy Garcia,
this beautiful red Corvette was Gere's personal movie car. The last
picture show Gere driving in the movie. The Stingray was purchased
directly from a movie production company employee in 1990 just
after filming. Fit and finish of the fiberglass is in very good
condition, befitting a car that's led a pampered life hidden away
for the last 25 years. Specs: Beautiful paint, body, and chrome
with clean original undercarriage Correct date coded engine
(327/300hp) and it runs great Original transmission and posi rear
end Excellent dash pad and door panels Seats are in good shape with
no tears No rust on the car, always kept indoors and never rained
on Tires as purchased and original style-like new Hurst 4 speed,
all gauges work, AM/FM and original wonder bar radio included Power
windows and brakes Original hide-a-way headlights work great To cap
it all off, you can choose between the convertible and the optional
hardtop which is included The last picture is of Richard Gere
driving during the movie.
1963 Chevrolet Corvette
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