Listen, theres absolutely no shame in a driver Corvette. These cars were MEANT to be driven, equipped with the most durable powertrain ever conceived by man, and then wrapped in fiberglass bodies that make them 1-car parades everywhere they go. So why wouldnt you want this 1964 Corvette roadster in your garage the next time the sun shines? Get in, turn the key, and have an adventure! A few years ago, this car was given a fairly comprehensive restoration and the quality shows. The fiberglass body, which has never been hit or neglected, was treated to a brilliant Riverside Red paint job, making it just about the most potent eyeball magnet you can imagine. Fit and finish are excellent, with none of the usual issues you find on vintage fiberglass. Crisp details remain, more evidence of careful workmanship, and while it has been driven, it has also been meticulously cared for. Heck, who wouldnt love giving this car a wash and wax on a Saturday afternoon? Chrome is excellent, and it wears a full set of proper Sting Ray emblems. You will undoubtedly find that it is impossible to not get noticed when youre behind the wheel of this car. The interior is typical Corvette stylish, with what are quite possibly the original seats. Sure, theyre a little threadbare, but that only means that this car is ready to enjoy, not just an object to be loaded into a trailer. Cars like this are just about the best hobby cars you can own, since you wont sweat the little stuff. The carpets are excellent, and theyve likely been replaced, as have the door panels and dash pad which is simply too nice to be 50 years old. The gauges still look great, and options include an AM radio and power windows. New weatherstripping was just installed throughout, so it seals up tightly and nothing rattles, which is quite a rare thing with vintage Corvettes. A white convertible top is there for emergency use and a matching red hard top is included, although its not shown in the photos. The engine is a NOM 327 wearing 250 decals on its valve covers, so well assume its the standard engine for 1964. Honestly, anything with two seats and 250 horsepower is guaranteed to be a party anyway, and with a four-barrel carburetor, its about as reliable as an anvil out on the road. Forget finicky fuelies, if youre driving your hardware this is what you want for motive power. Its backed by a rare factory-installed automaic transmission, and theres a brand new exhaust system and fresh brakes, so its ready to hit the road immediately. Rally wheels always look right on any vintage Chevy, with these wearing 215/75/15 whitewall radials that handle well and fit the 60s vibe. Believe me, any mid-year Corvette roadster is an A-list celebrity, and youll have more fun with this awesome red roadster than the guy who just dropped six figures on a trailer queen. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Atlanta showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835.
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