The 1963 Chevrolet Corvette coupe is one of the rarest classic
cars and enjoys perpetual desirability. This “Sting Ray” is one of
the most iconic shapes in the over 60 years of 'Vette of history.
Original design elements include chrome vents in the hood and
ribbed rocker panels. Factory-style knock-off wheels further
capture onlookers. But of course it is the genuine split rear
window (“split window”) that makes these rare Corvettes forever
valuable. It's an artistic expression that gives the Sting Ray a
real stinger, and it only lasted one year before function took over
for this stylish touch.
This '63 Corvette has a 327 cubic-inch V8, with a four-barrel carburetor that produces 300 horsepower. A four-speed transmission enables you to make the most out of its 300HP motor. Front wheel disk brakes and air conditioning assure a safe and comfortable ride.
Steve Stone bought the car new when he was 18 and is still racking up the miles
It took three months, but the classic is back in the owners’ garage
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This is the 20th in a 30-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Las Vegas collector car auction
In the debut episode of Driven, Nick and Kristen discuss why the car could be a good classic entry point
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