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This 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible is a first-year Sting Ray that was born an all-black car. If that wasn't already enticing enough, this also has the numbers-matching small block still under the hood, and you get to enjoy it to the fullest with four-on-the-floor.
A triple-black C2 probably already has you ready to call us, but you should also take some time with the details. After all, the factory-correct Tuxedo Black has a nice gloss and shine that loves to highlight the crisp new design that debuted in '63. And a well-respected car like this really shows off the tall fender lines, pointed hood, and the well-defined crease that encircles the whole body. Plus, the black is a nice backdrop for the brightwork on the two-piece chrome bumpers, dual hood inserts, ribbed rocker panels, and factory wheel covers. So this one really get the vintage look right.
The black convertible top is a newer investment, and so it looks terrific when it's in place. When you fold it down, you get an equally nice black interior. And you already know how desirable a triple-black convertible is! You can tell they respected the triple-black legacy correctly by the condition of the seats, dash, door panels, and carpeting. It's a well-preserved presentation, right down to the classic AM radio. The three-spoke steering wheel feels grippy in your hands, and it gives you a clear view to the full gauge package with large speedo and tach. Plus, we all know how desirable it is to be able to reach out with your right hand and row your own gears.
Under the hood is the numbers-matching 327 cubic-inch V8. This one has a truly accurate presentation from the callouts on the valve covers, to the Carter four-barrel carburetor on top. It shows all the signs of proper maintenance, right down to the belts and hoses. And the way this fires up readily is an affirmation to its well-respected life. The four-speed manual transmission means you get to take full control over this Corvette's power. Plus, as the first year for the fully-independent suspension, this is the classic American that also loves the corners.
Triple black is what attracted you to this one, and the originality will seal the deal. Time to get your dream first-year Sting Ray. Call today!!!
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