Fully documented and frame on restored 1965 Rally Red Corvette coupe with Red interior. It has a matching numbers 327 / 365 HP engine with transistor ignition (HL code), 4 speed transmission and posi rear end. This car was ordered to go fast and is a radio delete car. The 2005 restoration looks very fresh. The car was in the western states until 1996 which explains the very nice frame. The body also retains its original panels and shows only minor repairs. The documentation includes 2 binders of information, POP, original car shipper, owner's manual, owner history, also restoration receipts and a 1996 Noland Adams appraisal report. It has reproduction K/O's with radial redline tires. It looks and drives just like it should and draws lots of attention.
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