1964 Corvette Convertible Restored W/Photos,Numbers Matching ,PS, 5 KO Wheels

1964 Chevrolet Corvette

Condition: Used
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Corvette
Type: Convertible
Trim: 2-Door Convertible
Year: 1964
Mileage: 67,458
VIN: 40867S116665
Color: Riverside Red
Engine: 327 c.i. V8 Numbers Matching
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: 4-Speed Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black Vinyl
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Ozark, Missouri, United States

Description for Chevrolet Corvette 1964

1964 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible
Correct Numbers Matching Car including cylinder heads, exhaust manifolds, carburetor, intake manifold, radiator, and Alternator
Restored car with restoration photos and receipts. More photos of the car available upon request.
The trim tag verifies that this car was a Riverside Red Exterior with Black Vinyl Interior.
5 New Reproduction Knock-Off Aluminum Wheels with Correct Goodyear Bias Ply Whitewall Tires (6.70 X 15)
Jack, Lead Hammer, and the spare tire lock included with the car.
Any questions can call (417)-773-0318 or (417)-425-9629
This 1964 Corvette is a nice one. This description will be long and lengthy but needs to be told as this corvette has had a lot of restoration work done. We have owned this corvette before back in 2000 when the restoration wasdone. We sold this actual car in 2001 and have just purchased it back from that same owner for all of these past 15 years. That owner kept the car always inside andpreserved well as you can seefrom thechassisin the photos. It has been driven regularly (fair weather only) and serviced whether it needed it or not. Only approx. 2,000 miles have been put on the car since sold back in2001. Themiles shows now 67,458 and although possibly could be actual, we cannot guarantee them. The corvette is finished in correct riverside red with black interior. The trim tag shows this as well unlike most cars were they were silver or blue and then changed into red. The car was repainted at the time of the restoration and wasdone in base coat clear coat finish. The paint still shines welland is very presentable. The bonding strips are intact on the car. Thetrimwas all removed when painted. The doors open and close with ease and shut nicely. The windshield was replaced and all of the stainless trim was polished out nicely. The windshieldrubber was replaced along with the wiper arms.The overall car was done right and still looks as good as the day it was finished.
Many new correct parts were replaced on the car from Long Island Corvette. This includes new GM front and rear bumpers, new tail lights, new license plate bezel, license plate light restored, new gas door lid, new rocker moldings, new door handles, new outside mirror, new emblems, new deck lid latches, new wiper arms, grill was removed and polished, all bumper brackets were refinished and new hardware installed, new correct Dewitt dated coded radiator and overflow tankinstalled in the car, new hoses and correct clamps, heater box removed and correctly refinished, new heater core, new heater hoses, engine totally stripped down to bare and refinished, new correct ignition shielding, fan shroud refinished along with all of the pulleys and fan blade, new fan clutch, radiator support removed and painted, valve covers refinished, all suspension removed and rebuilt on the car including new tie rod ends, new shocks, a-arms completely removed refinished glossy as they should be and new bushings installed, new half shafts, driveshaft and rear leaf spring all refinished, new correct gas tank from Quanta with a new sending unit, rear trailing arms all removed and rebuilt, new brakes, lines, all drum brake assemblies removed and not only rebuilt but restored nicely, drums blasted and painted, front sway bar refinished, spare tire compartment restored, all new correct aluminized exhaust system from corvette central with all hangers, clamps, and heat shields like the originals, new exhaust bezels and extensions, rear end assembly painted a cast blast to prevent from rusting, new shifter and linkage, oil pan and entire block repainted, just about everything was refinished on the car to make it look like it does in the photos. The frame was repainted in semi-gloss black and inspection markings put back on it like from the factory. Underbody has never been undercoated and you can see just how nice the bare fiberglass floors are in the photos. When the car wasrestored it wasthegoal todo it right with markings and labels.The car does drive nice and tight and shifts smoothly. Plenty of power and the engine runs out smoothly.
The interior on the car is very nice. The seat covers, carpet, and door panels are all new from Al Knock when restored. The carpet is fitted like it should with little to no wrinkles, the dash pads are near perfect originals only redyed to match the rest of the interior, also no evidence of cracks or repairs on them, the console was restored along with the glovebox door, new glovebox liner and the light does still work, new ash tray and shifter boot, clock restored with quartz movement, original am/fm radio still works, new rear jack board, new reproduction style seat belts, instruments all work and are original, gauges are not perfectly fresh but are very presentable and the odometer still does work, the steering wheel is extremely nice with no splits or cracks, new horn button, and the list goes on. The convertible softop is white vinyl and does present itself well. The back window is no discolored and the softop does fit good with the window glass up. The softop however is not perfect and has been on the car for the past 15 plus years. I personally would not install a new top on the car because it is to good to redo, however I do have a new softop from Al Knock still in the box that is included with the sale of the car. There was about $16,000 spent on the car back then not counting the paint job or any labor on the car.
This corvette is restored nicely. No perfect but after looking at what is for sale out there I believe you could not get one into this condition for what my reserve is. At todays cost and labor to restore a car like this could easily cost you $50,000 plus the cost of the corvette. You are better off to buy one like this one than to buy a project car and never see it finished and when you do you end up having $100,000 in it!
The features on this car include:327 C.I. V8 250 H.P. Engine (Matching Numbers)4-Speed Manual TransmissionPositraction Rear AxlePower SteeringAM/FM RadioTinted Glass(5) Knock-Off Aluminum Wheels with Correct Goodyear Bias Ply Whitewall TiresWhite Convertible Softop (New Al Knock Softop Included)
The VIN # on the car is ( 40867S116665) It is the original VIN Tag as well on the car Spot Welded like it should be.
Build date was Wednesday April 29th, 1964.
16,665th car built out of 22,229 total produced that year.
Only 5,274 Riverside Red Corvettes were built in 1964
Engine Block Casting # 3782870Engine Date B 3 4 = B= Month of February, 3=day of month, 4= model year 1964Engine Pad Stamp4116665 F0402RC (Assembled on April 2nd RC Code is for 327 c.i, 250 h.p. manual transmissionThe engine pad stamping looks very nice and photos are available if wantedIntake Manifold # 3844457 Dated C 27 4Cylinder Heads # 3795896 Dates are C 28 4 and the other C 6 4Exhaust Manifolds Part #s LH 3846559 and RH 3750556Alternator # 1100668 Dated 4C31Radiator# 3155316 Dated 64 COverflow Tank ( Expansion Tank) Part # 3155416 Dated 64 CCarter Carburetor WCFB 3791S # 3846247
The corvette is a nice example of a 1964 model convertible. Very presentable not only on the top side but underneath as well. Something that you can show and drive as well. We have driven it about 100 miles since we purchased the car back. Included with the sale is a portfolio of the car with restoration photos and receipts showing the chassis dismantled. There is also some title history dating back about 20 years where the car has been in the southwest part of Missouri the entire time, assembly manual and shop manual, sales brochure, owners manual, spare tire lock, jack and lead hammer for KO Wheels, new softop still in the box,nice indoor car cover, and some other information pertaining to this corvette over the past 15+years.
I am sure I have probably left some informationout so if you should have any questions you can call us anytime at (417)-773-0318 or (417)-425-9629
We are located in Ozark, Missouri just minutes from the Springfield, Missouri area and only 30 miles from Branson. About 200 miles from the St. Louis area.We can accommodate you most anytime day or night and local pickup at airport is available at no cost.
We welcome inspections on this car at most anytime if you call ahead but the car cannot leave our facility. We do have a drive on four post lift for underside inspection as well.
Clear Missouri title in hands with no liens on the vehicle.
Winning bidder must pay for the vehicle within (3) to (5) business days. I will not hold you to it I just do not want to hold the vehicle for a substantial amount of time without any money paid on the car. Once the car is paid for we can hold the car for a couple weeks until arrangement can be made to pick up. We do have several transporters we have used in past and will share that information to you if needed. Or if you would like us to arrange shipping that is not a problem.
Payment in the vehicle must be either by cash in hands, bank wire transfer, or a cashier's check. Please not that if the vehicle is paid for by a check the funds must clear our bank account before any release of the car or the title. No exceptions.
Please do not bid on the car if you have no intentions of completing the transaction. This just saves us all time from relisting fees and other potential buyers that may actually want the car. Also please have your funds or financing together as well.