I have loved owning this beautiful car for 14 years, and the gentleman from whom I purchased it in 2005 loved owning it for 22 years. He had a complete frame-off performed on it (3 years prior to selling it) by the Naber Bros in Houston when his wife passed away; he never drove it hence. It was immaculate when I got it, and showed 47,960 miles on the odometer (actual unkown). I have strived to keep it that way... driving it approx 2,000 careful miles in the 14 years that I've owned it. It is time for someone else to enjoy this beauty.
1965 Corvette SingRay Convertible (both tops), Nos Matching 327/350HP L79, Manual 4 Speed, Knock Off Wheels, Factory Side Exhaust, Milano Maroon... beautiful car.
Some improvements since purchasing... new (correct #'s) Holley Carburetor and Harrison Aluminum Radiator, Repro Power Antenna replaced,
More recently... replaced brake fluid, coolant, steering bushing, new battery, new starter, plugs and wires.
Car was sold new in Spring of 1965 by Rebel Chevrolet, Oxford, MS.
The final C7, a Z06 model, will be auctioned in a charity sale during the upcoming Connecticut event
Putting the power behind the driver has been proposed frequently, and for more than 60 years
GM Styling Division had updated the sports car and added a rotary engine before the automaker pulled the plug on the project
They called it “King of the Hill”
The Pick of the Day has T-top, a long list of awards and honors, and very low mileage
This is the 30th and final car in a 30-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Scottsdale collector car auction
This is the 25th car in a 30-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Scottsdale collector car auction
1979 El Vette has been donated to the National Corvette Museum