This is a 1964 Corvette convertible that underwent a body-off restoration where every nut and bolt was either replaced or restored to new condition. This car has the original 327/300 HP engine and the original Power Glide 2 speed automatic transmission was replaced with a 4 speed 700R4 automatic transmission which allows for much better miles per gallon of gas. This car has been driven 848 miles since the restoration and the few little bugs it had were worked out. Here is additional information; Matching number 327/300 HP engine rebuilt to factory specs. B&M 700R4 automatic 4 speed transmission. (Original Power Glide also comes with car) 4 wheel power Wilwood disc brakes with slotted rotors. American Racing 17 inch wheels finished in black chrome. Vintage air conditioning with heavy duty aluminum radiator w/electric fan. Seat and shoulder belts. Powder coated frame and all suspension parts. White soft top. Hardtop. 1967 big block hood. (original small block hood comes with car) All new interior with 100% leather seat covers. 2 stage paint color sanded and buffed out. All chrome triple plated to show quality. All new wiring from front to back. All new brake and fuel lines with new gas tank. Plus much, much more. This car is like new and can be driven every day. Over $120,000.00 went into the build of this Corvette. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.
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