1965 CORVETTE STING RAY ROADSTER#194675S110674. (Stock #3733.) The Sting Ray caused an international sensation when introduced in 1963 and was offered in coupe and convertible form until 1967. 1965 was an important year for the Sting Ray as disc brakes were introduced and several versions of the 327 cubic inch were now offered with 250, 300, 350, 365 or 375 horsepower (the 375 being fuel injected.) Our Sting Ray is an original and numbers- matching example of the highly desirable 365 horsepower car . It is fitted with twin side exhaust, 4-speed manual transmission, original AM-FM radio with electric antenna, alloy wheels, teak steering wheel and tinted glass. Finished in beautiful Goldwood yellow with black interior and convertible top, our car is in beautiful condition throughout and is very exciting to drive. $69,500.
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