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Google Street View Reveals 1963 Split Window Corvette Barn Car

by Keith Cornett on February 24, 2009

1963 Corvette Split Window

You can find all kinds of websites dedicated to displaying the more interesting photos that have come from Google’s Street View project and now you can add a 1963 Corvette Split Window Coupe to list. This Corvette was recorded by a street view camera in Spokane, Washington. From the looks of how this Corvette has been stored, the only thing missing from this barn car appears to be the barn.

You’ll see from the supporting photos that this is indeed a 1963 Corvette Coupe. A Washington state license plate and an extra set of taillights adorn the sting ray’s rear. Also, notice the Corvette is stored outdoors with the passenger window either down or missing. It rains a lot in Washington, doesn’t it? Instead of keeping the address to ourselves in case we feel the need to one day trek across the country in search of an allusive sting ray, you can find it here.

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1963 Corvette Split Window 1963 Corvette Split Window  

Update:
According to some at the NCRS Discussion Boards, this is a numbers matching fuelie that’s been sitting since 1975.


Source:
Classic Nation

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