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1964 Chevrolet Corvette

Base 327/5.3L V8

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18

  • Color: Daytona Blue
  • Horsepower: 365
  • Drivetrain: RWD

Vehicle Overview

1964 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray Sport Coupe This Sting Ray body the last of ‘64, was manufactured in Michigan by Dow subsidiary A.O. Smith, then shipped to GM’s St. Louis Plant for final assembly on July 21, 1964, the very last day of the 1964 Corvette production run. Ordered with rarely combined *RPO’s, L76 365 h.p. solid lifter engine and C60 4-Season Air Conditioning with 7-blade fan and its required 55-amp alternator. The L76 engine features a first for Corvette, Holley Carburetor. Also included RPO’s M20 Muncie close-ratio 4-spd transmission, N11 off-road exhaust, J50 power brakes, J65 metallic linings, and G81 positraction in a 3.70:1 ratio. Additional RPO’s U69 am-fm radio, A01 tinted windshield, T86 back-up lights and P92 white wall tires. Finished in correct for 1963-64, Daytona Blue lacquer in 1998 while filming “How to paint a Corvette” at Eckler’s Corvette in Titusville Florida. This car was originally sold by Nickey Chevrolet in Chicago; extensive documentation shows the car resided with two owners in Chicago before moving on to Utah, Texas, California, & Maryland, Finally residing in the Florida cities of Oviedo, Orlando, Fort Myers, & now Coral Springs. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cIXLhblwVNk - Walk around with details Numerous, Prestigious, Automotive Show Awards ⦁ Displayed 6 months at the Corvette Museum in Bowling Green in 2000 ⦁ Duntov Mark of Excellence Awarded in July of 2000 ⦁ Bloomington Gold Certified first achieved in 1998 ⦁ Multiple Top Flight Awards including Orlando with a 99.1 near perfect score ⦁ Performance Verification Award at Bowling Green in 2000 ⦁ AACA Senior Member

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