Purchased and being sold by the original owner, this Corvette was
used as a family car during the first years of ownership. It was
sold by the original owner after entering into the Army and was
re-located by using Vette Vues Magazine on April 10, 1983. Once
found in Cincinnati, OH, it was purchased back. Subsequently, it
was fully restored to original condition by Zane Finney Corvette
Restoration Company in Hancock, MD, and certified number 1500 at
Bloomington Gold on June 28, 1987. After the restoration it was
shown at many car shows throughout the East Coast and Midwest. The
car was retired from showing in the mid-1990s and has been kept in
great condition by making several trips back to the original
restoration company over the years to ensure that it stay in
excellent shape. This is a unique opportunity to purchase a
treasured 1963 Chevrolet Corvette 327/340hp Split Window Coupe with
4-speed manual transmission from the original owner and become the
new custodian of the car. Documentation includes the original
owner's card and original Window Sticker along with photos and
provenance collected over the years. Included in the sale is a
photo of the car in the Bloomington Gold Certification Lane,
certificate from their board, the original plastic promo car, a
numbered 1963 Giclee print by Scott Jacobs, a limited-edition
autographed print #63 by artist Lee Self of Zora Duntov and one of
Larry Shinoda also numbered #63/1992. ** PREVIEW
1963 Chevrolet Corvette
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