1964 Chevrolet Corvette 327/300hp All Numbers Matching, Silver Blue on Blue
- Condition: Used
- Make: Chevrolet
- Model: Corvette
- Type: Convertible
- Year: 1964
- Mileage: 77,000
- VIN: 480675109717
- Color: Silver Blue
- Engine size: 327ci
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: 4 Speed Manual
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Blue
- Drive side: Left-hand drive
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1964 Chevrolet Corvette
Up for sale is my 1964 Chevrolet Corvette 327/300hp 4-speed manual Convertible. I have had the car a while now and decided to sell because recently purchased another vehicle and find myself driving the car less and less. It has been a wonderful car to own over the years but I can no longer justify keeping it if I don't spend any time enjoying it.
Vehicle Codes and Info:
Transmission:3846429- On tail housing
Intake:3844459 - 300hp manifold
The car is as close to original as you could ask for barring a repaint of its correct silver blue (912AA) close to 5 years ago by the previous owner right before he sold it. The car retains its numbers matching 327/300hp engine (Motor:4109717), 300hp manifold (3844459), and transmission (3851325 ) - (3846429- On tail housing).
The car has 77k original miles and also has its original dark blue interior which has remained untouched and unaltered. The seats are full of color, with no rips or tears, the radio works, all gauges, switches work. Even the clock works, which is a treat for these cars! The glass is clear with no swirls or hazing and the chrome and stainless are in similarly good condition, and it on a set of new tires.
The refresh of the silver blue paint job was done professionally at what I was told was a shop specializing in corvettes, and is gorgeous in any light. Form the way it looks, I believe him! The body panels are all original and show no signs of damage. My guess to the repaint was that the original paint was probably faded and didn't as well as the rest of the car so the previous owner decided to paint the car and really bring it back to the standout that it is with this color combination. The car has a correct black soft top that looks to be pretty new and the factory hardtop that is included in the sale
The car has no rust issues and is very solid all the way down to frame, and I have included some underbody pictures I had taken when I had the oil changed a few months ago by my long time friend and mechanic I take all of my cars to. A few months before that I had the engine compartment fully detailed while it was at my mechanics shop getting a complete tune-up and carb overhaul. Bad timing as I spent a lot of time this winter getting the car all sorted up and freshened up only to decide to sell it because of a another vehicle that came up unexpectedly!
The car is a 4-owner car that spent the entirety of its like in Iowa and Nebraska before I purchased the car and brought it to my home town in South Dakota. I want to make sure I get this across as it is kind of difficult to do over the internet on an online listing, but I have owned a lot of these old corvettes over the years, over a dozen for sure, and I am sure that many other corvette collectors and owners know how these cars drive either one of two ways. They either feel like a collection of parts that squeak, rattle, roll, and shift around as the car goes down the road, with hesitations here and there and a ride that is just so-so. This car is not one of those cars, this is one of those cars that you get it, and you don't want to get out of again. There isn't a rattle, squeak, or hesitation in this car, and that is hard to find in these cars. I've had to learn the hard way.
If you have any hesitations, or second guesses about this car, I implore you to hire a 3rd party, professional, corvette inspector to verify any and all of the information I have stated. The car is truly a find in a corvette market full of modified, swapped, and color changed cars.
I have the car in my climate controlled warehouse and can store it there for a few weeks if you are distant and need time to arrange transport. I'd also like to add that since I've been fortunate enough to own classics over the years, I have developed a small list of contacts for transport, so if you are stuck and aren't sure how to get the car home, just mention it and I'll see if I can't call some of the trusted trucking outfits I've used in the past and get a quote for you.