1965 Chevrolet Corvette C. This is a 2 owner 1965 Corvette Coupe.
Previous owner owned it since 1989 and has known the car since
1967. 87256 actual miles on it. It still has it's original L76 365
hp 327 cu. in. engine, The original M21 4 speed, and 4.11
Posi-traction rear end. The numbers on these components match the
numbers on the Protec -O-Plate in the warranty booklet. It has the
convenience option, so it has back up lights and day/night mirror.
It has a tinted windshield, a locking gas cap and leather seats. It
has always been garage kept. The car was brought to its present
condition in 2006, and various things were done since. Besides the
paint and interior work, the following items have been
restored/rebuilt/refurbished/etc.; original bumpers re-chromed
headlight bucket bearings M21 transmission rebuilt Posi unit
rebuilt rear control arms and spindles and parking brakes rebuilt
entire dashboard distributor including recurving carburetor rebuilt
right manifold planed, choke tube replaced seat belt buckles all
interior trim The following items have been replaced; Brushed
aluminum on the console Keys (nos blanks cut from the codes) shock
absorbers all (Delco) lower ball joints (AC Delco professional
grade) radiator (Dewitt's) all hoses (reproduction and all clamps
correct type) water pump idler pulley bearing fan belts (canvas
wrapped debossed reproductions) fuel pump (AC 40083) fuel filter
timing chain (Cloyes double roller) clutch, clutch fork, fork boot,
t/o bearing, dust shield. clutch rod firewall seal valve seals and
rocker arms distributor shaft and tach gear coil (nos 202 unit)
plug wires (Delco) rt side vertical plug wire shield (nos) drive
shaft yoke, and u-joints transmission mount Posi clutches, carrier
and stub shaft bearings and seals differential front bracket
bushing differential mounting crossmember bushings rear strut rods
rear spring hangers and bushings half shaft u-joints spindle yokes,
bearings, seals, and French locks rear parking brake
1965 Chevrolet Corvette
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