You better hurry if you want to bid on this 1964 Corvette Race Car out of Kingston, N.Y., that is reminiscent of the 1963 Grand Sports.
The bidding stops on Saturday, March 11 at 11:53 a.m.
The seller claims this Corvette has quite the pedigree, competing with NCCC and SCCA for 20 years, from 1994 to 2014 and “is nicely prepared, with a fresh engine” and an aluminum intake with an 850 CMF Holley and open element air cleaner, along with a six point
While the car has headlights, parking lights, and tail lights, it does not have directional lights in front or rear.
The seller has replaced the rotors, calipers and pads, along with installing new u-joints and rebuilt wheel spindle housings, not to mention a new radiator and a Plainless electric cooling fan with a thermostat relay.
The interior looks a little Spartan, with what appears to be a bare fiberglass floor and aluminum door panels, but this car wasn’t designed to be a beauty contest winner. All the custom gauges and instruments (headlights, lighter, and ignition) work and feature all new Phantom white faces, with the tach red line at 8000 RPM, an 80-lb. oil pressure gauge, and 200 mph speedometer.
This one is bound to sound great with Hooker headers connected to sidepipes, and the car lives up to the sound with a white body that resembles the factory-developed Grand Sports of 1963, though with a full windshield, custom hood, a wild tail light treatment, a quick-fill fuel cap, and just a few sponsor stickers.
The “Buy It Now” price is $37,999.