CHEVROLET CORVETTE C2 "STING RAY" 1964
The Corvette C1 was the first generation of the Corvette sports car produced by Chevrolet. It was decided that Chevrolet needed a two seater sports car to satisfy a growing market which had mainly been dominated by European imports of Jaguars, Alfa Romeos, Mercedes and MG’s. Chevrolet’s designer Harley Earl began design work and a pre-production Corvette prototype was first shown to the public in January 1953 at General Motors Motorama event in New York city. The car proved to be an instant success and went onto be Americas most popular sports car of the time. It was decided that after a decade in production a replacement car was necessary. This tough task was given to Chevrolet chief designer Bill Mitchell and stylist Larry Shinoda, to improve on a living legend. Not only did they succeed but their creation turned into a modern classic and they created the most collectible of all the Corvettes. Introduced in 1963 the new C2 “Sting Ray” sported many new styling features including pivoting hidden headlamps, new interior, suspension and engine upgrades including the 327 CU Inch – 5360cc engine.
The Chevrolet Corvette C2 Coupe offered for sale at Autostorcio is a 1964 example – chassis number 40837S101577. She is finished in Nassau Blue metallic Blue leather interior. This stunning example was brought into the United Kingdom in 2015 and has covered an indicated 89754 miles. This exceptionally well maintained example also boasts ungraded disc brakes to the front wheels. Equipped with a four speed manual transmission and Hurst Shifter, the car also has the desirable turbo wheels and the classic awesome sounding side exhausts and has recently been serviced by Haileywood Specialist Cars.
Supplied current V5 registration document, various Invoices and Corvette handbook.
This is the perfect opportunity to own an iconic Corvette which will certainly appreciate further over time.
Viewing strictly by appointment only.
- LayoutFront Engined
- Body typeCoupe
- Previous owners1
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