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Over its sixty-plus year existence the Chevrolet Corvette has been offered in a variety of versions – with some more rare and desirable than others.  This is one of those cars.  Featuring the racing-purposed 36-gallon fuel tank, which remained one of the least-ordered items on the option list, this coupe is one of a scant forty-one “big tank” Corvettes built in 1965.  Adding to its rarity, this Corvette is believed to be the only green exterior with green interior big tank with a 327/365 horsepower engine and air conditioning ever built and is one of two documented 1965 365 horsepower air condition equipped “tankers” in existence.  Original in every way, the coupe retains its matching numbers L78 small-block engine, 4-speed manual transmission and 3.36:1 positraction differential.  Handling and performance are enhanced by the factory four-wheel power disc brakes.  This unique Corvette was ordered with every available option and is outfitted with the desirable off-road exhaust system and finned aluminum knock-off wheels.  Inside the original cabin is the green leather interior with tinted glass, power windows, AM/FM radio and a teakwood steering wheel on the telescopic steering column.  This rare Glen Green 1965 Chevrolet Corvette tanker was built at the St. Louis plant on March 8, 1965 and shipped to Norrington Chevrolet in Kansas City, MO.  It was later restored in the mid 1980’s and still looks great from every angle.  Not surprisingly this Corvette coupe has earned a Bloomington Gold certificate, two NCRS Duntov Awards and was twice featured in the Bloomington Gold Special Collection.  The C2 Corvettes’ are one of the fastest appreciating investments in the automotive world; so, don’t miss a great opportunity to own a piece of Corvette history with one of the most desirable vehicles ever built loaded with plenty of factory options!


Stock Number:  CCJG65

VIN:  194375S111760

Miles:  2,233 miles showing on the odometer (this vehicle will be sold as mileage EXEMPT)

Engine:  Numbers Matching 327 CI V8 with 365 Horsepower 

Engine Block Number:  3782870

Engine Casting Date:  B105

Engine Stamp Pad:  5111760 F02I2HM

Transmission:  4-Speed Manual (S111760 Stamped on Transmission)

Rear Axle:  AN121965 (3.36:1 Ratio – December 19,1965)

Trim Tag Info:  Build date H8 (March 8, 1965 - St. Louis, MO) Paint Code 900GG (Glen Green) Trim Code 431AH (Green Leather)

Equipment:  Air Conditioning, Power Disc Brakes, 36 Gallon Fuel Tank, 4-Speed Manual Transmission, Off Road Exhaust System, Transistor Ignition, Power Windows, Tinted Glass, Teakwood Steering Wheel, Telescopic Steering Column, Quick Take-Off Aluminum Wheels, AM/FM Radio, Comfort and Convenience Group, Glen Green Paint, Green Leather Interior  

Items Included with the Car:  Keys, Copy of Bloomington Gold Special Collection Certificate, Copy of NCRS Gold Certificate, Title Search and Owner History Information, Copy of Gold Spinner Certificate, Copy of Duntov Work of Excellence Award

Awards:  (NOT included with car) Two NCRS Duntov Awards, Gold Spinner, Bloomington Gold Certified, Bloomington Gold “Special Collection”

Condition Code:  (3) * (see condition code chart for explanation of category codes 1-5)

Warranty:  This vehicle is being sold AS-IS


To learn more about condition codes, the term “numbers matching”, conditions of sale, and Hendrick Performance, please see the bottom of this page for details and clarification. 

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Vehicle Specifications

  • VIN
  • Classic Car ID
  • Stock Number
  • Category
    American Classics
  • Body Style
  • New/Used
  • Condition
  • Mileage
    2,233 miles
  • Engine
    8 Cylinder
  • Drivetrain
  • Transmission
  • Exterior Color
  • Custom Color

Dealer Disclosure
The Term “Numbers Matching” used in our descriptions refers to an engine that has an: engine block casting number and date, engine assembly date and suffix code, and engine VIN/serial number that are present in a manner that is consistent with build sequence of the described vehicle. Numbers Matching does not promise or guarantee originality of the engine. Conditions of Sale: This vehicle is represented as accurately as possible and to the best of our knowledge at the time of listing. Content for window sticker is based on inspection, research, or information provided from previous owners. It is the customer’s sole responsibility to verify the accuracy of any claims to originality, history, equipment, or other information provided. Hendrick Motorsports Performance Group is not responsible for misprints in content or pricing. All vehicles are sold AS IS unless otherwise noted. Hendrick Motorsports Performance Group reserves the right to change pricing without notice at any time. Pricing does not include any state tax, tag, title, and registration fees, or dealer fees ($399 dealer administrative fee will also be charged on each transaction). *Condition Code Chart: 1. Excellent: Show car, freshly restored to like-new or better condition, also could be a very low-mileage excellent condition survivor or late-model vehicle 2. Great: Older frame-off or very nice frame-on restoration, could be a low-mileage great condition survivor or late-model vehicle, the nicest condition car most people would feel comfortable driving to shows or for special occasions 3. Good: Driver quality, at first glance a car that appears to be in great condition, a closer inspection will reveal minor flaws in the paint and interior, the undercarriage and engine bay normally looks unrestored. These cars are mechanically sound, fully functional, and are normally enjoyed on the weekends and for special occasions in good weather. 4. Fair: A car that starts up and runs but is in need some mechanical and cosmetic work in order to be enjoyed on a regular basis 5. Poor: Restoration project, a car that needs to be totally restored

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