1964 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible the 1964 Chevrolet Corvette saw
only minor changes from the pervious year Corvette with the
greatest change being a single rear window on the coupes.
This 1964 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible is in very good condition from the silver blue paint to the newer blue interior upholstery with leather seating. The period correct 327 cubic inch motor with 4 speed manual transmission runs beautifully and pulls strongly down the road on this solid Corvette Convertible. The white convertible top although not new is very serviceable without any major defects. The odometer has stopped working at the mileage as shown of 97,384 with 97,000 indicated on the title in 2013.
Enjoy this classic Corvette Convertible now with all this great weather ahead.
*327 cubic inch motor period correct,
*Holley 4-barrel carburetor,
*Chrome Air Cleaner Cover,
*Corvette Script Valve Covers,
*Flowmaster Ceramic Coated Headers,
*Chrome Ignition Shielding,
*Blue leather seating,
*Simulated Wood Steering Wheel,
*Stainless Steel Exhaust,
*Knock-off Style Wheels,
*American Classic Whitewall Tires,
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