1963 Corvette convertible. Fuel injected 327 engine. Original
numbers matching engine CCAS (Al Grenning) Certified. Original trim
tag showing it is a real red exterior with black interior. Trim tag
CCAS certified. 4 speed transmission.
This car is a rare example, quite possibly the only certified original engine fuelie on the market. It is also a car that was a very nice car to start with. It has a body on restoration over a well persevered and well maintained, cosmetically detailed and mechanically sound chassis and components. This was not a pieced together pile of junk with restamped components.
The car runs and drives perfectly. It has never had an accident and retains its original front end that has no evidence of damage or repairs. The paint is nearly 20 years old and literally looks new. It will likely look this way in another 20 years.
It is a white top car and speaks for itself - you will be hard pressed to find another. The asking price is less than a current day restoration and again, good luck duplicating this car and finding one with a certified original engine and trim tag in this condition.
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’63 coupe and ’64 convertible created by and for GM styling leaders