Cruising up in gorgeous Silver Blue with black interior is this
1963 Corvette Stingray convertible. With 63,479 miles (since
rebuild) this is no little red corvette, it is special in its blue.
63 is a notable year for Corvettes as it was the year of the much
sought after "split window", but the convertibles of this year are
also special as it was the first year of the second generation of
Corvette. Smaller and nimbler than its older brother the C2
corvette was when Chevy realized that there Europe beater could
improve its performance by more than just boosting horsepower
numbers. Designed with a smaller frame and an all-new chassis, this
car was made with CERV-1, and open wheel race car in mind. It was
gifted transverse leaf springs mounted behind and below the
differential housing. Powered by a peppy 327 V8 that is matched to
a 4-speed manual transmission, our little blue here is a fun and
sporty cruiser. Drop the top, shine the white wall radial tires,
and get ready to hit the road. This car was built for the open
road. You will have no problem standing out amongst the neighbors
or at car shows with this lovely color and fabulous car. It can be
seen in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and a HD video at
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