A shining stroker motor, upgraded five-speed, enhanced braking, C7-style alloys, and rumbling side pipes make this 1963 Chevrolet Corvette convertible an awesome driver that also has added flair. So it makes for the ideal cool red drop-top. And speaking of cool, it\'s always awesome to find a classic convertible that has cold-blowing air conditioning so it can be fully enjoyed on any sunny day. That\'s why you know it\'s time to take a closer look at this Sting Ray. HIGHLIGHTS *Outstanding respray of the factory-correct Riverside Red *Clean lines and bright chrome of a well-kept classic *18-inch C7 Z06 style polished alloys allow for modern tires *Well-fitting black folding roof *Clean/updated back interior *Upgraded AM/FM/cassette stereo *Cold-blowing R134a air conditioning *Driver-oriented: wood-rimmed wheel, full gauges, and well-placed shifter *Tidy and shining engine bay *350 cubic-inch crate V8 (believed to be 383ci stroker upgrade) *Shorty headers feed into rumbling side pipes *Griffin aluminum radiator *Upgraded Tremec TKO five-speed manual transmission *Power steering *Fully independent suspension *Wilwood drilled & slotted four-wheel disc brakes You just know this first-year C2 was made to be enjoyed to the fullest. The motor has the feel of the extra power stroker upgrade, and you get to dig into this added muscle better with the control of a five-speed. Plus, this was the debut year of the fully independent suspension, and they took the driver confidence to a whole new level with the modern ZR-rated tires and Wilwood drilled & slotted four-wheel disc brakes. So this car has the look of a classic icon but the enhanced moves of modern appeal. That\'s why you know you\'re going to love this slick red drop-top. Call today!!!
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