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VIN 30837S103806


   
Car Year: 1963
Car's confirmed production date:
(as confirmed by the
NCRS Shipping Report Service)
October 30, 1962
 
Owner: Christopher Allison
City: Pelham
State: Alabama
 
Car website http://forums.corvetteforum.com/c1-and-c2-corvettes/3280353-63-split-window-restomod-sriii-build-thread.html
Purchase date: 01/15/2013
Status: Current Owner
 
State: Street Machine
 
Exterior: 900 Tuxedo Black
Interior: Blk Black (Vinyl)
Softtop: Other Color
Wheels: Other Color
 
Body: St. Louis 1910
 
Delivery Dealer Zone: Unknown
Delivery Dealer Code: Unknown
 
Options: RPO Option Percentage
Sold [%]
Sales Price
[$]
  837 Base Corvette Sport Coupe (250hp) 49.24% 4,252.00
  G81 Positraction Rear Axle, all ratios 81.60% 43.05
  M20 4-Speed Manual Transmission 83.54% 188.30
  U69 AM-FM Radio 42.66% 174.35
  Total   14.3194%
(3,081 Cars)
4,657.70
 
Factory job nr.: Unknown
Export Car: Non Export Car
Engine details: It's not known what original engine came with this car.
Other details: The car was modified and non original when i purchased it, so I decided to transform it into a full restomod. It now has an SRIII Chassis with C5/C6 Suspension, GM LS3 376/525hp Crate Motor, Tremec 5 Speed Conversion, ABS Electric Braking System, upgraded wiring, Autometer gauges, Leather power seats, powered windows, Smoked tint glass, vintage air conditioning, Rack and pinion power steering, and a custom stainless exhaust system. I've done my best to keep the exterior stock looking minus the custom wheels. I also painted the car back to its original black with black interior from emerald green with tan interior. In my opinion, black is one of the most stunning colors on a midyear Corvette.
 
Car history:
Car was found in someones back yard in the early nineties. The differential had been removed and the frame rails were sitting in the mud, which caused them to rot. The original engine was already missing at this time and the car had been painted red. The previous owner, the one i purchased the car from, did an extensive restoration on the car, which included removing the roof and firewall to repair section of the windshield frame and drip rails. He then upgraded the suspension on the stock 63 frame and installed a seventies 350 cubic inch engine and converted the manual transmission to automatic. When i purchased the car, i removed the body and sold the upgraded rolling chassis with engine and transmission to a Corvette enthusiast in Georgia who planned to use it on his 64 Convertible. I started prepping the car for the restoration/conversion in June of 2013, but only really began working on the car in late September of 2013. The paint was finished in early February 2014 and the car is now almost completed. The corvette will soon be on the road and ready for a 500 mile break in period before going up for sale
 
For Sale: No

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