1964 Chevrolet Corvette Red Roadster. DGC5904. Vin #. 40867S115904.
This is a factory air Corvette All we had to do was take it in and
have it charged. Now blows cold. Think about this, We never see
original air that does not take a lot of work and money to get them
back working. And my point is this Corvette has had a good life. I
was told it has a new 327 engine 360 HP with less than 1,000 miles.
4 speed transmission. American Racing 5 spoke wheels with raised
white letters. Red paint with black leather interior and a white
soft top. All in very good condition. This is a good Vette. The
underside very good. Have not found any rust on the frame or
anywhere else. Front end has been rebuilt. Runs and drives well. I
bought this Corvette in Emmett Idaho from a man that owned it about
9 years. Peter Cetera brought the Corvette to Idaho in 1990. Cetera
signed the glove box door. The seller told me it was the original
paint but knowing Corvettes I knew it was not. Speedo shows 87,851
and I was told it was actual miles. Interesting thing about this
Corvette is the fact that none of the four fenders have been worked
on. Most Vettes you find 1, 2, 3 or all 4 fenders have been worked
on. It's likely actual miles, but I can't prove it so we are
selling it "unknown" miles. This car has good eye ball. It's a lot
of fun to own a corvette especially 1967 and older. Cond. # 2
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