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The 1967 Corvette is considered the most-loved Corvette ever produced. The combination of classic C2 styling, along with an incredible array of powertrain and comfort options, makes it one of the most desirable Corvettes ever. Not bad for a car that was never supposed to be made!
The ZR-1's production run from 1990-95 was one of the most exciting times for Corvette enthusiasts in recent memory. In the mid-1980s, rumors of a "King of the Hill" Corvette began to leak out of Detroit and into America's speed shops and dealerships.
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Thoroughly and meticulously restored, this 1964 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible is in outstanding condition - both aesthetically and mechanically - and is a sterling representative of the second generation of Corvettes, a class that offered some well-planned structural upgrades over its predecessors to increase both their safety and durability, combined with a style like no other American car offered at the time. Chevy had precious little time to make any tweaks to their new design that had premiered the year before as this 64 rolled, but there wasnt much that needed fixing. The generation had a substantially stronger steel frame than its predecessors to hold its fiberglass body panels in alignment, and that upgrade has paid dividends in this Vette as, some 55 years after it debuted, its impressively well-aligned. Step around to the front and notice how the flip up, hidden headlights - a feature that would become a hallmark on the Corvette for decades - line up with their surrounding panels. Its cloaked in an ultra-sharp shade of blue and you can see the precise workmanship that went into the job - this car really makes quite an impression. A broad white stripe runs the length of the hood, passing over a fully functional cowl induction scoop that sends cold, dense air to the waiting engine below. Driving in less forgiving weather wont present any undue challenges when youre behind the wheel - its white canvas convertible top is in great condition and seals nicely to keep the elements from intruding. The array of chrome exterior fittings is also in top form to further add to an unbeatable level of classic curb appeal. This iconic convertible offers a showstopper of an interior. Many of its components were customized and lifted from the following generation of Vettes and they blend impressively with their surroundings, including the pair of contoured two tone leather buckets that offer a level of support and comfort beyond the reach of the original seating. The two tone theme is carried over to the door panels - also in mint condition - that tie in perfectly with the white of the pad passing over the signature, double cove configuration of the dash area whose aeronautically inspired instrument cluster houses a full complement of clear and functional gauges. Air conditioning was a rare feature in a convertible back in the mid 60s and the aftermarket system thats on board here really is a welcome addition during hotter weather. A Kenwood stereo system has also been seamlessly installed behind the buckets and teams with a quality aftermarket amp and speakers to fill the cabin with sound. This vintage Vette boasts plenty of power to go along with its exceptional good looks. A nicely enhanced 350 cubic inch V8 sits perfectly in the engine bay, armed with a pair of aluminum aftermarket heads and a Holley 4-barrel carb riding on top of a high rise intake manifold. Its a great sounding engine that exhales into Hooker headers leading out to dual exhausts and its abilities will become evident pretty quickly as you tap on the accelerator pedal. The powerplant pairs with a 4-speed manual Muncie M22 transmission to provide just the right hands on driving experience youd want in a performance-centric ride like this. As iconic and visually appealing as a classic can be, it rides on a set of 17 American Racing Rally wheels as its smooth power steering makes for easy maneuvering and power brakes with discs up front bring prompt, fade resistant stops. This 1964 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible represents the chance to own an ultra-important specimen of vintage American automotive design that combines with just the right amount of aftermarket technology. Call today!
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