I actually spotted this ad on my local craigslist here in Tampa and thought it was worth a share. That’s why swiping through Craigslist is so much fun as there is no telling what will show up in any given week. Today we stumbled across two 1965 Corvette Sting Ray Convertibles that have been stored in a shipping container.
The pictures in the ad show only the first car with the second car parked behind it.
The first Sting Ray is a Nassau Blue Convertible. The seller says the car has been stored for 13 years, and the person he bought it from has stored is for 25 years before that. He claims it ran when he parked it, but hasn’t tried to start it since.
That car features a matching numbers 327/350-hp engine with a four-speed manual and a 4.11 rear. Nassau blue with white interior and a white convertible top, the color matches the paint code on the trim tag.
The seller describes it as “a really nice survivor project” and is asking $42,500 for the car.
His second car is also a 1965 Convertible and features the one-year 396/425 hp motor. The engine isn’t in the car, but the seller says it has been rebuilt and is currently in a crate awaiting installation. Other options include a four-speed manual, side pipes, and a clear title.
He is asking $82,500 for it and claims the car “needs the motor installed and about $4k in parts to finish.”
And if you want both, he could sell as a package with discount!
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