RARE 1963 Convertible w/ Factory A/C
1963 Corvette for sale in Florida - $61,500
Price Reduction: $61,500 FIRM, Reduced from $68,500 on Sept. 18, 2019 No OFFERS, No TRADES. The price is FIRM at $61,500. Offer EXPIRES October 3rd, 2019 at 11.59am EDT. If not sold by then, I will take this rare SURVIVOR Corvette to the paint shop to have it re-painted. After the restoration, it will be judged at the Lakeland, Florida NCRS Regional event in January or February 2020, where it should easily score a Top Flight award. My asking price then, will be above $100k. Try to find another documented 1963 Corvette convertible with factory A/C. Selling a very RARE, Original, 1963 Corvette Convertible Survivor, with Factory A/C, and the Born With, All Original, Matching #s Motor, Transmission, and Rear End. 1963 was the first year of Factory A/C in a Corvette, and was introduced at the end of the production year. Only 278 Corvettes had the C60 Air Conditioning option, of which an estimated only 50 were convertibles, according to Noland Adams Corvette & Restoration Guide Vol. 2, 1963 - 1967. The C60 A/C option was ONLY available with 250hp and 300hp Corvettes. This is the rare, 300hp convertible with factory A/C and automatic transmission. The Air Conditioning system blows COLD. This rare 1963 Corvette is probably 1 of less than 5 built with A/C, 300hp motor, automatic trans, and a convertible. Have you seen another documented, 1963 convertible Vet with factory A/C lately? The A/C Compressors used on the 1963 Corvettes were from only four lots shipped to Chevrolet. They have Foil Identification Tags, and the first two serials numbers started with either 68, 73 , 75 or 77. My Compressor starts with 75, and is dated June 3, 1963 ( F 3 3 ). If you find another 1963 Corvette with a starting number on the A/C compressor other than 68, 73, 75 or 77, it is probably a fake, and definitely is not the original compressor. This car was in one family owned from 1963 until 3 years ago. Originally purchased by a Dr. Vickers in 1963 (see photos.) Still retains the ORIGINAL A/C Compressor, brackets, etc. The ORIGINAL engine has never been out of the car, and the ORIGINAL transmission was completely gone through, replacing all seals and clutches in May 2018. The seat covers are in incredible shape for being 56 years old, as well as the door panels. Less than 500 miles on the Goodyear tires since new. Also included are the Original Owner's Manual, Copies of all of the Titles and Sales Contracts within their family, as well as the NCRS Shipping Data Report. Below is a list of all of the Important Numbers of the car. Original Born With Drive Train / Matching Numbers: VIN: 30867s119347 (1963 Corvette Convertible) Engine Block: 3782870 Cast Date F 24 3 (June 24 1963) Engine Pad Stamping: 31191347 (Partial VIN) F0628SD (June 28 300HP-Automatic) Carburetor: Carter 3460S #3826006 Base Date AM2 A=1st Version, M=December, 2=1962 Intake Manifold: 3799349 F 14 3 (June 14, 1963) Transmission: T 0701 N (T=Toledo, 0701=July 1, N=Night Shift) Rebuilt Transmission: May 2018 Rear End Stamping: CA 7 3 63 (CA=3.36 ratio, 7 3 63 = July 3, 1963) Trim Tag: K2 (July 2nd week Build Date) 63 867 (1963 Convertible) 9754 (9754th Convertible Body) STD (Black Vinyl Interior) 936A-Ermine White A/C Compressor: Model 6550133 A/C Compressor Lot: 75 NC 3771 A/C Compressor Rear Plate: 6555302 A/C Compressor Cast Date: F 3 3 (June 3, 1963) A/C Ducts: Original Gray Tint Ducts Seat Belts: Original Mileage: 56,922 Original Miles as of Jan. 28, 1985 59,862 Original Miles as of July 9, 2019 NCRS Shipping Data Report: GM Official Production Date was : 7/11/1963 Name and Location for the Dealer was: R.L. Walker Chevrolet, Waycross, GA The Radio, Clock, Speedo, Tach, Fuel, Temp and Oil Gauges, Wipers all work perfectly. Headlight Motors roll up and down quickly. Registered/insured in my name, with a clear Florida title.
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RARE 1963 Convertible w/ Factory A/C