When the second generation Corvette (C2) arrived, it was not only one of the most beautiful cars on the market, but the most advanced. The new Corvette had a strengthened chassis, wind tunnel tested aerodynamic body, rear independent suspension, and more powerful engines.
This 1964 Corvette Stingray Convertible only has 27,848 miles. There is no question it has been well cared for. It still has the factory hubcaps, interior, and trim. All of which are in good condition.
The exterior of this Stingray wears its original ‘Saddle Tan’ color and is believed to be original except for the hood and trunk lid that have been repainted. This gold color really allows you to appreciate the stunning body.
The matching Saddle Tan interior is a nice warm color. The seats, steering wheel, dash, and gauges all seem to be in excellent condition. Everything in the interior works, including the newer stereo head unit designed to look like the original unit.
This Corvette has a freshly rebuilt 327 with less than 100 miles since the rebuild. It has been upgraded with power brakes and new shock absorbers to complement original power steering making it fun and easy to drive. The original Powerglide automatic transmission works great too.
Fort Pitt Classic Cars is asking $44,000 for this low mile Powerglide Corvette Stingray Convertible. This vehicle is held on consignment and is not owned by Fort Pitt Classic Cars.