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VIN 30837S108848

Car Year: 1963
Car's approximate birthday: February 14, 1963
Owner: Mecum Auctions Kissimmee 2014
City: Kissimmee
State: Florida
Country: United States
Purchase date: Undefined
Status: Current Owner
Nickname: 30837S108848
State: Bloomington Gold
Exterior: 941 Sebring Silver (16.34%)
Interior: Red (Vinyl)
Softtop: Other Color
Wheels: Black/Silver
Body: Unknown
Delivery Dealer Zone: Unknown
Delivery Dealer Code: Unknown
Options: RPO Option Percentage
Sold [%]
Sales Price
  837 Base Corvette Sport Coupe (FI 360hp) 49.24% 4,252.00
  J50 Power Brakes 15.51% 43.05
  J65 Sintered Metallic Brakes 24.68% 37.70
  L84 327ci, 360hp Engine (fuel injection) 12.13% 430.40
  N03 36 Gallon Fuel Tank (for coupe) 0.29% 202.30
  U65 Signal Seeking AM Radio 52.84% 137.75
  Z06 Special Performance Equipment 0.93% 1,818.45
  Total   0.000000000266861%
(1 Cars)
Factory job nr.: Unknown
Export Car: Non Export Car
Car history:
Date posted 04/20/2016
Lot S150.1
This 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 is considered by many Corvette authorities to
be possibly the finest example of one of the rarest production Corvettes ever built.
Produced on Valentines Day, 1963 and delivered to Atzenhoffer Chevrolet in Victoria,
Texas, this Sebring Silver and Red Z06 coupe was sold to its original owner in Grand
Prairie, Texas. In addition to the Z06 Special Performance Equipment package
that included the L84 327/360 HP fuel injected V8 and 4 speed manual transmission,
power brakes with dual circuit master cylinder, metallic brake shoes, backing plate
air scoops and heavy duty suspension, it was also equipped with 6.70/15 6 ply nylon
Blackwall tires, full size spinner wheel covers, Delco AM radio and the extremely
rare 36 gallon fuel tank. The owner campaigned the car extensively throughout
the Midwest in SCCA competition and it passed through several owners until it was
rediscovered in Salt Lake City in 1976. A total frame-off restoration was undertaken
following purchase by its present owner in 1979 and completed in 1984 to the highest
possible quality. The interior, chassis and drivetrain remain original to the car, which
was painted with original factory-supplied Sebring Silver paint, and only original
parts no reproduction items were used in the restoration. This extremely rare and
beautiful Z06 has achieved Bloomington Gold Certification, Special Collection and
Hall of Fame induction and NCRS Top Flight certification. Documented with the original
owner's manual, warranty booklet, owners packet with contents and previous owner
search, the car also comes with all award certificates.

- Silver/Red Split Window Z06 Fuelie Tanker
- Original drivetrain, chassis and interior
- Bloomington Gold Hall of Fame inductee, Special Collection, Gold Certified and
NCRS Top Flight
- Produced on Valentine's Day in 1963 and delivered to Atzenhoffer Chevrolet in
Victoria, Texas
- Campaigned in SCCA events throughout the Midwest by the original owner from
Grand Prairie, Texas
- Later sold and passed through multiple owners before being rediscovered in Salt
Lake City in 1976
- The present owner purchased the car in 1979 and commissioned frame-off
restoration that was completed in 1984
- The restoration was performed with original parts, no reproduction parts were used
- L84 327/360 HP, 4-speed manual
- 1 of 63 produced with 36 gallon fuel tank
- Z06 equipment: Power brakes with dual circuit master cylinder, metallic brakes
with backing plate air scoops and heavy duty suspension
- Original owner's manual, warranty booklet and previous owner search
For Sale: No

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