This 1963 Chevrolet Corvette convertible is a locally owned San Diego, ca residing with the same owner for the past 20 Years. The vehicle is equipped with an original 327 V8 with 4 speed. The car had undergone a recent restoration about 8 years ago with no expense spared, including full rebuild to its drivetrain and interior. The vehicle has a light cam and was built by one of the top performance e shops here in San Diego. The vehicle runs and rives like new has lots of power, the vehicles exterior is very nice and in show condition. The chrome is good and rubber ad trim are equally as nice. This Corvette was honored with a 1st in class trophy Father’s Day 2015 in Mission beach, Ca at an annual 300 car event. No disappointments here this 1963 Is ready to be enjoyed and driven all summer long.
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