1963 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible This fine Vette came to us from
a serious car guy It is an original Black over Black car with a
newer Black convertible top. All the gauges work and the manual
steering and brakes make operate smoothly. The power comes from a
1965 327 V8, HA code, that is strong and reliable that has
excellent compression and does not leak. This one was an original
Borg Warner T10 4 speed manual a 3.55 open rear end for cruising.
The Tuxedo Black paint is smooth and slick, the chrome is in great
condition, as well as the seals and gaskets. If you are needing an
easy and fun to drive classic Corvette with a great look and strong
drive line this one should not be missed. Features Powered by a
1965 327/300 Horse V8 600 CFM Edelbrock 4BBL Carb and intake.
Things are kept cool with an aftermarket aluminum radiator. It
rolls around on newer 205/70R15 BFG Gold Line Radials on Corvette
Turbine Wheels with center knock offs. The performance tuned
exhaust has a great note especially under acceleration Fully
serviced suspension and brakes. There is an original style vertical
radio in the dash, correct Black Vinyl Upholstery, correct three
spoke steering wheel, and full rocker panel trim in great shape.
All the original instruments are in proper working condition
including the Original 7000 RPM Tach with 5600 Red Line. This one
being dressed in correct Tuxedo Black has that rue Corvette upscale
look that draws attention without even moving.
1963 Chevrolet Corvette
Location:Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Exterior Color:Tuxedo Black
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