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VIN 30867S107571


   
Car Year: 1963
Car's confirmed production date:
(as confirmed by the
NCRS Shipping Report Service)
January 24, 1963
 
Owner: Christopher Allison
City: Pelham
State: Alabama
Country: United States
 
Car website http://forums.corvetteforum.com/c1-and-c2-corvettes/3451327-1963-maybelline-convertible-birdcage-to-restomod-recreation.html
Purchase date: 12/14/2013
Status: Current Owner
 
Nickname: Maybelline
State: Project Car
 
Exterior: 936 Ermine White
Interior: Blk Black (Vinyl)
Softtop: Black (16.96%)
Wheels: Unknown
 
Body: St. Louis 3548
 
Delivery Dealer Zone: Unknown
Delivery Dealer Code: Unknown
 
Options: RPO Option Percentage
Sold [%]
Sales Price
[$]
  867 Base Corvette Convertible (250hp) 50.76% 4,037.00
  A01 Soft Ray Tinted Glass, all windows 2.92% 16.15
  A02 Soft Ray Tinted Glass, windshield 2.18% 10.80
  A31 Power Windows 17.39% 59.20
  C60 Air Conditioning 1.29% 421.80
  G81 Positraction Rear Axle, all ratios 81.60% 43.05
  J50 Power Brakes 15.51% 43.05
  M20 4-Speed Manual Transmission 83.54% 188.30
  N40 Power Steering 14.24% 75.35
  U69 AM-FM Radio 42.66% 174.35
  Total   0.0000%
(1 Cars)
5,069.05
 
Factory job nr.: Unknown
Export Car: Non Export Car
Engine details: It is not known what engine came with this car.
 
Car history:
I bought the car as a project. It was supposed to be a nice project car with a solid birdcage and a good body, but none of that was true. The birdcage was rotten in several places and someone had attempted to repair the passenger side pillar, rocker, and windshield frame in the past, but failed miserably. Initially, I was just going to make the car into a fun driver, but since the car turned out to be such a mess, I have decided to build a full restomod out of it. The car will receive an SRIII tubular chassis with C5/C6 Suspension, LS3 Crate motor, 5 speed conversion, deep tubs in the rear, and much more. It will be a long project, but hopefully a worthy one. I can't imagine that most people would have bothered saving this car considering how molested and rotten the birdcage was. The birdcage is now fully repaired and ready for the fiberglass to start being reinstalled. Upon completion, the car will eventually be for sale.
 
For Sale: No

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