1965 Chevy Corvette Stingray Conv.#'s match"Turbo Jet" 396 C.I.w/ 425 H.P. 4 spd

Price: US $50,201.00 Item location: Sioux Falls, South Dakota, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Corvette
  • SubModel: Stingray
  • Type: Convertible
  • Year: 1965
  • Mileage: 93,499
  • VIN: 194675S121493
  • Color: Green
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Green
  • Options: Convertible
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1965 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

1965 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible in gorgeou, ich "Glen Green Metallic" factory correct re-finish, one a short time ago...Paired with factory Dark. Green matching leather bucket seats and interior ..."GREEN ON GREEN" very RARE !!!...The newer Tan convertible top is in excellent condition as well.

the correct, 's matching "Turbo Jet" 396 C.I. w/ 425 H.P. V-8 engine. It was recently rebuilt under 2,000 miles ago !! Paired with the rebuilt factory correct 4 spd. manual transmission. This is a well detailed vehicle inside and out, eady to drive and enjoy !!...

Equipped with the cast aluminum knock off wheels, ac. tachometer, resh air vents,am /fm radio, lock, eakwood steering wheel,hidden headlights, reen leather buckets,matching carpeting, osi axle, wr. brakes (new master cyl.), ua, chrome tipped exhaust,and much more !!..

This car is ready to burn up some asphalt and let that 396 / 425 H.P. breathe !!..

Very collectible, nd a truly fine example !!...

* Average book is $117,890 in Sept. N.A.D.A. Classic car price guide....

1965 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray 2 Door Convertible 396 / 425 H.P./ 4 Spd.

N.A.D.A. Guide 9/15 Book value:

Low $74,700 *AVG.$117,890 High $161,285 NOT avg. car !!...A great buy !!..

We offer financing @ 4.99 , p to 5 yrs. term w/ approved credit...A 20 % min. down payment is required. NO pre payment penalty if paid early. Contact us with questions, nd further interest. Thank you for taking a look !!...

1965 Model Information :

The 1965 Corvette Stingray was the last year for fuel injection until 1982 when the L83 cross-fire fuel injection was introduced. This was the first year for the "Big Block" a 396ci, 25hp engine that also required a special hood to give clearance for the larger power plant. The hood also has the funnel shaped "power blister" air scoop. The vertical louvers on the side of the car are now functional and the blacked out grill has horizontal bars. The depressions on the standard hood were removed. The rocker panels were again restyled as well. New knock-off wheels were finally available from the factory, hey were painted dark gray in between the fins. A side exhaust system was offered which made the car look even more aggressive. A telescoping steering wheel and new gauges influenced by aircraft design were added as well. Disc brakes were standard for the '65 Vette but drums could be substituted for a $64.50 credit. The seats were redesigned with larger and more supportive cushions. This was the only year for the 396 C.I. "Turbo Jet" engine. The antenna is now powered and is standard. A special order heavy duty transmission (M22) dubbed the "Rock Crusher" because of the sounds it makes while shifting was an option in '65. * 396 C.I. / 425 H.P. "L78" spec's : Cast in high-chromiun content iron, he completed engine weighed 680-pounds. The genius of the design is in its build-in strength and the head design. The modified wedge combustion chamber, ith a large quench area for cooling, llowed the intake and exhaust valves to be angled towards their ports, roviding vastly improved breathing and increased volume of fuel mixture for each cylinder. The heavy bottom end with 4-bolt main bearing caps keep the crankshaft alive. A single Holley four-barrel carb sat atop of an aluminum intake manifold and an open-element air filter. Solid-lifters, orged pistons, ree-flow cast-iron exhaust manifolds, transistorized ignition, nd a 17-inch diameter viscous-drive fan finished off the package. The new 396 L78 was underrated at 425-HP and 415-ft/lbs of torque, he real numbers were closer to 450-HP, early 100 more than the L84 Fuelie.

Total 1965 Corvettes Built - 23,562{Convertibles - 15,376} Coupes - 8,186