New Lower Price ! Super deal on this C2 Corvette ! 1964 Corvette Convertible - Matching # 327-300 HP, Plus Options If you have been searching for a C2 Corvette to drive and enjoy, this is the one ! Plus, it still retains its factory original, #'s matching 327-300 HP engine for future collector value. Odometer shows 29,108. Unsure of exact mileage. The 300 HP engine has been enhanced with some performance parts for 350 HP level acceleration. Yet this convertible idles smoothly and behaves well, even in stop and go traffic. The 4 speed manual transmission shifts smoothly with minimal clutch effort. Factory style side mounted exhaust sounds great. High Performance look big block style hood. Very nice chrome and exterior trim. This convertible rides and handles like new on reproduction Knock Off Wheels and Redline tires. The convertible top is in good shape and fits snugly. The frame and suspension are in excellent shape with no rust concerns. Correct one year only 1964 gauges are in place and function properly. Good paint and clean, correct seats and carpet. This is a must-see and drive C2 Corvette and will sell quickly. Please call or e-mail for additional information. Schultheis Garage and Classics, LLC (217) 342-2406 Corvette Restorations and Repairs are our specialty !
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