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VIN 30867S107355

Car Year: 1963
Car's approximate birthday: January 22, 1963
Owner: Jerry Bramlett
City: Mobile
State: Alabama
Country: United States
Purchase date: Undefined
Status: Current Owner
Nickname: 30867S107355
State: Nice Driver
Exterior: 923 Riverside Red (21.44%)
Interior: Red (Vinyl)
Softtop: Other Color
Wheels: Other Color
Body: St. Louis 3345
Delivery Dealer Zone: Unknown
Delivery Dealer Code: Unknown
Options: RPO Option Percentage
Sold [%]
Sales Price
  867 Base Corvette Convertible (300hp) 50.76% 4,037.00
  A31 Power Windows 17.39% 59.20
  L75 327ci, 300hp Engine 37.34% 53.80
  M35 Powerglide Automatic Transmission 12.18% 199.10
  N40 Power Steering 14.24% 75.35
  U65 Signal Seeking AM Radio 52.84% 137.75
  Total   0.000065389243404%
(1 Cars)
Factory job nr.: Unknown
Export Car: Non Export Car
Other details: Mileage: 34,000 miles
Trim Tag: 490M Red Vinyl, 923A Riverside Red
Production Date: E4 (January 4th Week 1963)
Car history:
Posted 05/30/2017

1963 Convertible VIN 07355 with 34,000 miles, hard top only, original 327/300,
power steering and windows. I installed a stock Borg Warner 4-speed set-up, a
stock AM-FM radio, and a 3.70 posi rear. It also comes with its original
automatic set-up, Wonderbar AM radio, and 3.36 posi rear. I replaced them
because I prefer listening to FM stations and driving a manual transmission.

The red interior and paint are original with some exceptions. I can tell the door
panels and carpet are reproductions. A small part of the passenger door and
most of the driver's quarter panel were repainted long ago. I don't believe any
body panels have ever been replaced, however. The chassis is what you'd expect
in a low-mileage western car. It has never had more than light surface rust... anywhere.

The engine is completely stock and runs sweetly. I doubt it's ever been apart
other than the carburetor. I had the original AFB rebuilt by Gary Hodges. I
also installed an NOS Harrison radiator, an NOS expansion tank, a rebuilt heater
core, and new heater hoses. The tires are new Uniroyal radials. Everything
works, including the heater, radio, wipers, gauges, clock, and lights.

This car was owned by one family until 2011. They bought it new at Harry
Mann Chevrolet in California, and moved it to Arizona in 1970. It then moved
to Colorado in 1975 where I found it four years ago. I do have the original
owner's manual, warranty booklet, and many past registration slips. It comes
with everything I received with it: the jack equipment, spare tire, ignition shielding,
and some old replaced parts.

This has never been a show car. The paint has many imperfections. The original
interior parts are somewhat faded, but the original dash pads have no cracks.
It's just a very nice old Corvette.
For Sale: No

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