800 Derita Road, Ste. A
You're looking at a 1964 Chevrolet Corvette Fuelie with its important numbers-matching powerhouse. And while the low odometer is believed to represent actual mileage (less than 540 miles annually) we know you won't be able to resist adding to this one. Because this is not only a significant Sting Ray, but also it's a terrific driver with suspension upgrades and air conditioning!
The paint and body on this example is the product of good care and a professional restoration later in life (1993). The factory-correct Riverside Red has the brightness and depth to give this the right look of quality. The result is a true iconic American. After all, a red Sting Ray gives every one of us the fantasy of cruising a car hop for late night burgers, and then parting the midnight air with the sounds of breaking in fresh asphalt. And '64 is one of the most desirable body styles. It has some great trim and design elements that were not available on later years. Plus, you'll love this for its overall well-respected look. The bumpers are bright, the doors close with confidence, the panels line up nicely, and the details are great - including the race inspired 15-inch wheels with knock-off hubs.
Open the door, and it feels like 1964 all over again. There's a sea of red on the carpets, bucket seats, headliner, and dash. It's vivid, bright, and has the telltale look of a proper investment. Just about the only thing that breaks up this festival of scarlet is the grippy three-spoke steering wheel that is truly worthy of a vintage sports car. We also love how the black coves of the dual cowl dash really focus your attention on the full gauge package with large speedo and tach. It's so authentic inside that the Delco AM/FM radio is still there for display. But while you could get air conditioning a '64 Corvette, this one know how to keep you cool in modern times with modern R134a.
Under the hood is a true legend. It's the 327 cubic-inch V8 with the unmistakable look of a Rochester fuel injection unit on top. This is the numbers-matching block, and so instantly understand why this coupe has been treated with such care. After all, this was one of the most expensive, and thus, one of the rarest options of 1964. And since you're going to put this motor on display, they made sure the engine bay was in award-worthy condition. More than just look crisp and clean, this V8 has its injection system dialed in correct so that you get the best the FI cars had to offer. That means it starts easily, run strong, and gives you a real feeling of added performance. Speaking of performance, the Muncie M21 close-ratio four-speed manual transmission gives you firm control over it all. The C2 gave us a sports car with a fully independent suspension, and this restored example had the front end upgraded, including power font disc brakes.
This is the low mileage fuelie that also begs for the open road. So if you feel like driving to the car show, and then taking home a few awards, don't miss this Sting Ray. Call now!
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