1963 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible
A bold color combo sets off a unique package on this 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible. But as you dig deeper, the appeal of this one goes further than just a standout hue. This was the first year for the Sting Ray, and so you want the iconic styling to be as crisp as it is here. The shark-like nose has a fine point; the fender flares are well-defined; and the style line that encircles the whole body is as well-defined as a table ledge. All the brightwork looks great on the two-piece bumpers, rocker trim, window surrounds, and correct factory wheel covers. And even the faux hood louvers (a hallmark of the early C2s) look fresh from a recent investment. But while all of this is a high-quality classic presentation, what really has your attention is the paint. Chevrolet never offered the C2 in orange, but it really looks the part on this one. After all, they used a shade that's even bolder than the block paint. Black is best against this radiant orange, and so no matter if you have the folding roof in place, or this Corvette is open to the world, you have a terrific color combo. The condition of the carpeting, door panels, and leather bucket seats tell you there have been some nice recent investments in this Corvette. And while this has the classic vertical-style radio still in place, this one makes sure your updated classic also has the best cruising tunes. So your real radio is the AM/FM/CD stereo custom mounted under the original speaker cover on top of the dash. Not only is this modern stereo iPod compatible, but it's also your gateway to the full power speaker system, including subwoofer. And for those who also love to drive their Corvettes, you'll appreciate the grippy classic steering wheel, full gauge package, and the stick shift that's just calling out for your right hand. Under the hood is an era-correct 327 cubic-inch small block. Not only is this a great Corvette motor, but it has been treated correctly over the years. That's why you can spot the newer fan, fresh belts, and upgraded Holley four-barrel carburetor. Plus, the four-speed manual transmission gives you the ideal control over this powerplant. And because this lives up to its status of America's sportscar, you get great driving features like the fully-independent suspension, rumbling dual exhaust, good weight distribution, and an upgrade to slotted front disc brakes. Here's a first-year Sting Ray that has all the right features, investments, and an overall extra dose of boldness. So it makes for a terrific droptop classic. Don't miss this deal. Call today!!!