1963 Corvette ***PRICE REDUCED***

Price: US $69,500.00 Item location: Durango, Colorado, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Corvette
  • Type: Convertible
  • Trim: Roadster
  • Year: 1963
  • Mileage: 1,000
  • VIN: 30867S108521
  • Color: Daytona Blue
  • Engine size: 250 HP
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Blue
  • Options: Convertible
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1963 Chevrolet Corvette

Thank you for taking time to look at this rare Corvette

This 1963 roadster has a 4 speed transmission, 250 HP 327CI engine,positraction rear endand soft top. The 250 HP engine has the most torque of all the non-fuel injected engines. So it is very quick. What makes it particularly rare is this car has not been restored. This is one of the finest examples of a perfectly preserved classic Corvette. The original inspection markings, build number (marked on the fiberglass with a crayon) and other factory markings are as from the factory.

As the photo's show, most of the original factory markings remain in the car. Note the VIN number tag. The original VIN tag was spot welded to the bird cage. In the beginning, the spot welds where made through the paint, which made the attachment weak. Many early production the tags would fall off. Not long into production, the paint was ground off area where the VIN tag was attached, making the spot weld adhere. If the VIN tag has paint, it may not be attached in the original fashion. Also note the engine pad (VIN number followed by F0I29RC) has the correct and original broach marks.

The originality is supported by numerous NCRS Top Flight Awards (the latest in 2007) and a NCRS Founders Award. I rarely drive the car, only enough to exercise it and keep it in top mechanical condition. And less than 500 miles since the 2007 Top Flight. The Top Flights are representative of the cars current condition.

This Corvette runs and handles like a dream. I would not hesitate to take it on a road trip. Since it does get driven, it does show some wear and could use a new top. Minor chipping in the paint and light wear inside. The reduced asking price reflects what it may cost to restore thesee items. But as you can see, the paint has been well taken care of. All the gages work, including the clock. It is an early 63, so it has the AM radio with the wonderbar signal seeker (which also works as original).

This, with all the original pieces (to many to list), make this a truly rare and unique investment.

NADA Guides price = $91,000. Edmunds price = $95,000.

Please contact me for additional information or to make an offer.

Cash or Bank Check Only. In the case of a bank or cashiers check, no possession can be taken until the funds clear. Buyer will be responsible for the cost of shipping and taxes.