Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
With its low mileage motor, four-on-the-floor, and growling side pipes, this 1964 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible is quite a fun cruising drop-top. And the unique shade of red that\'s everywhere (right down to the undercarriage) gives it an impressive total style.
The maroon paint makes this one instantly distinctive. It\'s not just the metallic glow. There are extra tones to this one, including some darkness that adds some attitude to this Sting Ray. In fact, it really earns this assertive style with the car\'s full package. After all, other upgrades like the side pipes and upgraded Apollo outlaw-style wheels give it a proper power car bravado. But there\'s more going on here. The bright chrome bumpers, well-fitting headlight doors, nice trim, and good body panels show off the fundamental pieces that keep the C2 Corvette a legend. It gives off the total impression of a car that was made to be driven, enjoyed, and show off a unique but still iconic style.
The black convertible top goes well with the darker tones of the paint, but this looks even better with the detailed black interior. The fundamentals like door panels, carpeting, and dash are all clean. There are even nice details like the working Delco AM/FM radio and courtesy lights. Just like the exterior, it\'s an easy-to-enjoy driver-ready style, and that also means you get the best driver features. It includes the grippy thin wood-rimmed steering wheel, a full set of gauges with large speedo and tach, and a bright stick shift calling out for your right hand from within the darkness.
Under the hood is a 327 cubic-inch V8. We\'re told the odometer is likely close to the mileage since the motor\'s rebuild. We don\'t have the confirming documentation, but it has the clean look, bright polish, and strong-running feeling of a solid investment. The V8 inhales deeply with a four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with an intoxicating rumble from the side pipes. You have full control over the power and its soundtrack thanks to the M20 four-speed manual transmission. Plus, the fully independent suspension and four-wheel disc brakes are the kind of features that let you know exactly why we are so adamant that this classic is for someone who really wants to drive it.
This is the true classic Sting Ray silhouette with all the right distinctive features. It makes for a cool custom and solid cruiser that you just know needs to be in your garage. Call today!!!
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