Lot 677-1964 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible


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This is a wonderful 1964 Corvette Convertible Stingray DRIVER with many original components.  The interior, exterior, soft top, engine and most parts have been with the vehicle from the factory.  This car was purchased in California and lovingly owned in the family for at least 12 years. Mitch purchased his original identical corvette to attract the ladies and Sherri, his wife of 30 years, always said it was what won her over.  He had to sell that corvette when as a marine he went off to fight for the U.S. in the Vietnam War.  This vehicle was his replacement vehicle, since with all its original parts and systems it was so very similar to what he had once owned.  Mitch drove it regularly when he was alive, and it definitely turns heads!  Besides his grand kids, it was his pride and joy.  The original interior is in very good condition, and soft top just has a few minor slits, but cosmetically very good.  It has been driven in the rain with no leakage.  In good working order are: exhaust system, shocks, e brake cable, hoses and belts, battery and cables, lights and horn, emissions system.  This is a terrific well-running hobby car with the following systems needing work, eventual work, or just not in perfect condition: struts, undercarriage, brakes, coolant, clutch, valve cover gasket leak, a minor transmission oil leak, pinion seal leak, plugged carburetor and cracks in the front fenders.  The engine sounds amazing, and has all the power you could ever want with the number-matched 300hp engine.  It deserves to find a new home where it can be driven regularly and well-loved as it was by Mitch.