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For Sale: 1963 Chevrolet Corvette in Jacksonville, Florida

$135,500  

Vehicle Description

NCRS Top Flight 2015, Matching Numbers 327/340HP, Restoration Receipts

Sebring Silver paint with Daytona Blue interior. Body-on restoration in show condition. NCRS Top Flight award in 2015. Only 1,600 miles since the professional restoration, including engine and transmission rebuilds. Comes with books and manuals, restoration receipts, NCRS Shipping Data Report, NCRS Judging Sheets and NCRS Top Flight Award. Optioned with T-10 transmission, 3.70 posi, AM/FM radio, aluminized exhaust, tinted windshield, hubcaps, and white stripe radial tires. Most all factory correct type components including the spare, jack, jack tools, clear floor mats, seat belts, washer system, shifter, shielding, air cleaner, alternator, distributor, idler pulley, spark plug shields, hoses, hose clamps, fuel filter, finned balancer, exhaust heat shields, expansion tank, radiator, gas door assembly, bowtie mirror, glove box door, warranty book, owners manual, sales brochure, and T-3 headlights. Production date of January 28th, 1963 and delivered new by Kraabel Chevrolet in Missoula, MT (dealer code 36 in zone 387) per the official NCRS/GM Shipping Data Records (SDR).

The 1963 Corvette caused a sensation such that the St Louis Chevrolet factory hired a second shift, but still could not build cars fast enough to meet demand. Designed by Art & Colour Studio chief Bill Mitchell, the new Corvette featured radical styling pioneered on Mitchell's successful Stingray sports-racer by designer Larry Shinoda, and for the first time there was a Gran Turismo coupe in the range. Beneath the skin was an all-new ladder-frame chassis with independent rear suspension, the work of Chevrolet Chief Engineer Zora Arkus-Duntov, the adoption of which enabled the centre of gravity to be significantly lowered, improving both roadholding and ride. Controversial at the time, the coupe's divided rear screen would last for one year only; many cars were subsequently converted to one-piece glass, making the survivors with this feature the most collectible of all 1963-67 Corvettes.

Vehicle Details

  • 1963 Chevrolet Corvette
  • Listing ID:CC-1391482
  • Price:$135,500
  • Location:Jacksonville, Florida
  • Year:1963
  • Make:Chevrolet
  • Model:Corvette
  • Exterior Color:Silver
  • Interior Color:Blue
  • Transmission:Manual
  • Odometer:0
  • Stock Number:120
  • VIN:30837S107716