FA in Texas submitted this 1963 Corvette Convertible to Corvette Values:
1963 Corvette Sting Ray Convertible, VIN #30867S113XXX. 327/300 non-original motor, manual 4-speed transmission, 96K miles. Engine compartment in need of restoration. Transmission locked in reverse, mechanicals including brakes, clutch and suspension in poor condition. Electrical system needs to be rewired, Speedometer not working but tach, oil pressure and temperature gauges function correctly. The Corvette is painted Riverside Red and has a black vinyl interior. The Corvette was repainted sometime ago but is in excellent condition. The seats, carpet and dash are in good condition. Knock-off style wheels and a removable hard top that needs to be restored complete the options. The Corvette was purchased from a dealer and has mostly been sitting since 1984. No documentation or owner history available.
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1963 Corvette Roadster with VIN #30867S113XXX. The VIN indicates this Corvette was built in April 1963, the eighth month of 1963 Corvette production. The mileage is stated to be over 96,000 miles.
The paint color is Riverside Red, the original color, however the Corvette has been repainted. The condition of the paint can be termed good as are the seats, door panels and dash. The interior is Black in color. Also, the carpet appears to be in new condition but it was installed over a hole in the floorboard that was not properly repaired. The tachometer, oil pressure and temperature gauges are in working order.
The Corvette is powered by a non-original small block Chevrolet motor that has been modified. It is coupled with a 4-speed manual transmission that is currently locked in the reverse position. Other mechanicals are in need of repair or replacement including the wiring harness, exhaust, suspension, brakes, clutch and headlight lid motors. In general, the exterior and interior of this Corvette have been addressed but the under carriage and engine compartment need restoration.
The exterior body panels are correct with no modifications. The chrome bumpers are correct and in good condition.
The curb appeal of the 1963 Roadster is enhanced with the addition of knock-off wheels and new tires. This Corvette also has the removable hardtop that is in need of repair.
This Corvette was purchased from a Corvette dealer in 1984 and has been in storage until this year. No owner history or documentation is available.
We place a value of $25,000 on this 1963 Corvette Roadster. It has the potential of continuing to increase in value at 5% in average price on an annual basis.
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