4-speed manual transmission, knock-off wheels and matching factory hardtop
EUR 62,600JPY 7,790,570BGN 122,433CZK 1,609,383DKK 467,071GBP 55,049HUF 19,919,946PLN 271,102RON 296,768SEK 656,129CHF 70,988ISK 8,407,180NOK 611,539HRK 463,741RUB 4,700,108TRY 371,356AUD 99,133BRL 261,994CAD 93,643CNY 477,237HKD 553,196IDR 996,871,196ILS 256,247INR 5,030,599KRW 79,459,432MXN 1,362,489MYR 287,941NZD 102,864PHP 3,695,654SGD 95,734THB 2,204,146ZAR 995,409
Offered for: EUR 62,600
1963 Chevrolet Corvette C2 Sting Ray Convertible with factory matching hardtop
Wonderful Corvette C2 Sting Ray convertible in dark metallic green with a tan leather interior. The car has the very desirable factory optional 4-speed manual transmission and knock-off wheels. The car is in great cosmetic and mechanical condition and can be enjoyed as is for many years to come. The car has Danish papers and registration. A factory matching hardtop is included in the sale.
VIN/Chassis Number: 30867S118850
Engine: 5.4-liter Small-Block OHV V-8
Transmission: 4-speed manual
Assembly Plant: St. Louis, MO, USA
History of the 1963 Chevrolet Corvette:
The 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray took the sports car world by storm. Derived from Bill Mitchell’s 1957 SS racer and XP-720 prototype, it had hidden headlights, a knife-edge front and horizontal rib round the car. New fastback coupe bodywork featured a split back window and doors that cut into the roof. The frame was four inches shorter than the 1962 model as well as lighter and stiffer. There would be no opening trunk lid until 1968.
The 327 cid Chevy small-block OHV V-8 carried over from 1962, with 250 bhp up to 360 bhp with Rochester fuel injection. Top speed ranged from 118-150 mph and 0-60 mph from 9.1 to 5.8 seconds. The transmission was 4-speed manual or 2-speed Powerglide automatic. Power brakes, steering, and windows were optional, as was air-conditioning. The suspension was now fully independent with front coil springs and a frame-mounted rear differential, transverse leaf spring and u-jointed half shafts.
Corvette sales jumped 50 percent from 14,531 in 1962 to 21,513 in 1963 – 10,594 coupes and 10,919 roadsters, which were available with an angular hardtop. While 199 Special Performance Equipment Coupes (aka the Z06) cost almost $2,000 over the $4,252 base coupe and are now highly collectible, the five competition Grand Sports are some of the most valuable Corvettes today, worth millions.
Early cars had an AM radio, later ones had AM/FM. Early 4-speeds were by Borg-Warner, later ones by Muncie. Despite its radical appearance, the Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray is lively, easy to drive, and quite forgiving, not to mention straightforward to maintain.
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Internal vehicle number: K337
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