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1963 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray
Split Window



The Paint: Original color Riverside Red, repainted in base/coat, clear/coat

The Engine: 327/340 horsepower original to the car (matching numbers) Carter 4bbl,  original aluminum intake manifold, original exhaust manifolds, ignition shielding, and air cleaner.

The Transmission: Original Borg-Warner T-10 4 speed manual

The Differential: Original Independent with original code “CC” 3.55:1 gear ratio with Posi-Traction

The Suspension: Original front and rear cross leaf, restored with new bushings

The Interior: Original black interior

Electronic ignition

All gauges work

All lights work

Original AM/FM radio (inoperable)

The clock and the turn signals work

Windshield wipers work

Heater works

All glass is nice, windows roll up and down easily

Nice sounding factory dual exhaust with Magna-flow mufflers

Original '63 Corvette knock-off wheels in very nice condition, white wall radials

In the classic car world, the “Mid-year” Corvettes, in terms of beauty, value, performance, and across the board collect-ability, land pretty much at the top of the list!
Add the one-year only Split window design, and you can be assured you're making an intelligent classic car buying decision.  
This particular Stingray is an original Riverside red, black interior, 327/340 horse, 4 speed car. The paint is base/coat, clear/coat, and is in beautiful condition, the black interior, including the bucket seats appear original. The dash, carpeting, headliner are also excellent. 
The engine is the original numbers matching, 327/340 horse, and it starts, and runs excellent! 
The T-10 4 speed transmission shifts smoothly, and the clutch is easy to push. The 4 wheel drum brake system  works great as well. All of the original gauges work properly. all lights, the heater, the turn signals all function  as they should. Even the clock works!
We all buy classic cars for a number of reasons, and most all of them, of course, have the cool factor that is generally at the top of the list of reasons. That said, you want to be smart when considering any classic car purchase. Buy something you like, something that drives nicely, looks great, and holds, if not increases it's value as time progresses. The fact is, you just can't go wrong in any direction with a Mid-year Corvette, and  in consideration of a 1963 Split window, well..That's just about as good as it gets.


*Information deemed reliable, but not guaranteed. Interested parties should confirm all data before relying on it to make a purchase decision.

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