1965 Chevrolet Corvette
This 1965 Chevrolet Corvette convertible is an exceptionally fresh build that's fantastically coordinated, brutally powerful, and correctly upgraded (including an A/C interior.) So read on, because this is the Sting Ray you've been dreaming about. The C2 Corvette is already an icon, but it took a careful eye to make this one so memorable. With less than 200 miles on the build, the Victory Red paint is a true triumph. It highlights the crisp lines of this restored Sting Ray. And you'll even love the way the sleek chrome bumpers reflect this red in the sunlight. But this drop top also has a dark side. The glossy black highlights the stinger hood, which was a symbol for serious power in the C2 (we'll tell you how it lives up to this in a moment.) This black hood looks great against the black roof, so this Corvette looks great even when the top is up. Plus, they even added redline tires to coordinate with this total red and black package. If you like the way the black roof looks, then you'll love taking it down to reveal the full black interior. Thanks to such a fresh restoration, the seats look terrific, and they are covered in a supple leather. The racing flags are a great custom touch, and they are far from the only upgrade inside. You have cold R134a air conditioning, so when you want the top up, you can still ride in comfort. The Corvette was born a driver's car, and so the classic elements like the bright shifter and three-spoke steering wheel remain. But now you the best in modern info thanks to the upgraded Dakota Digital full gauge package. The motor is just as fresh as the rest of this restoration, and it's also been thoroughly upgraded. The 396 cubic-inch V8 was rebuilt earlier this year with hydraulic flat tappet cam, new lifters, MSD ignition, serpentine belts, Edelbrock Performer RPM intake, and Holley dual-feed four-barrel carburetor. And this big block has a terrific growl out of the side pipe exhaust. Plus, you have complete control over this enhanced power plant and its thunderous soundtrack thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. With this kind of power, you'll be glad they also invested heavily in restoring the fully independent suspension and four-wheel disc brakes. Because there's an aluminum radiator with electric fans, this powerful Corvette can easily be driven everywhere - and you don't even have to worry about idling in traffic with the A/C pumping. Complete with build receipts, you're looking at a mix of classic appearance and all the best upgrades. So if you're looking for a freshly restored icon that makes no compromises, don't let this one slip away. Call now!