The all-new for 1963 second-generation Corvette, or C2 as it's
commonly known, is one of the most iconic Corvettes ever produced.
Affectionately known as the Split-Window, 1963 may be the only
model year in which the coupe version of a car's build is more
popular and desirable than its convertible counterpart. Finished in
the original paint code 923A of Riverside Red with matching code
490C red vinyl seats, this Split-Window coupe comes from a private
collection, where it has been stored in a completely
climate-controlled environment. Power comes from the
matching-numbers 327/340hp V8 engine backed by the M20 4-speed
manual transmission. Factory options include the AM/FM radio,
clock, tachometer, Soft-Ray tinted windshield and knock-off
aluminum wheels. 1963 Corvette production began in September 1962,
with this particular car being built in the fourth week of
September. Presented in show-car quality, this early-production
1963 Corvette retains the original fiberglass headlight buckets
only seen on the very early build cars. Showing just under 59,000
miles (the title reads mileage exempt).
1963 Chevrolet Corvette
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