1963 Convertible   
Engine: 327, 85300 Miles, Color: silver blue with dark blue interior.
Corvette kept in garage, but driven often. Sunny days only. I like the powerglide automatic transmission so you don't have to shift gears all the time. Just put in drive and go. I have owned it for 9 years, well maintained and any problem found was fixed. Great condition, there are a few imperfections in the paint. I believe the interior doors are original and have faded carpet at the bottom. Both show wear on the door handle with one a small rip (see picture). The white convertible top has a rip from the frame about 4-5 inches long. I don't put the top up, so it was not an issue for me. This can be addressed in the price. This is a driver's car, fun to drive, takes the stress away. Call or email.
State: AL
Price: $70,000.00 OBO contact owner

1964 Coupe   
Engine: 327, 93000 Miles, Color: silver with silver and black interior.
64 Corvette Coupe 327/300HP Numbers Matching w/ 2 Speed PowerGlide Trans. Rare Option Car with P/S, P/B, P/W, Factory Air Conditioning, A/M radio. Only 1988 made that year w/AC. Rare Color Combination - Satin Silver Exterior, Only 2.9% Made with Silver & Gray & Black Interior with Leather added all new from Al Knoch. Cab Fan with Vent - Knock Off Wheels. Appraised by a Licensed Classic Auto Appraisal Service for 62,500. Asking 59,000.
State: DE
Price: $59,000.00

1964 Convertible   
Engine: 327, 3800x Miles, Color: Riverside Red with Black interior.
Price Reduced! 64 conv. #s matching Vette. Riverside Red/Black int.Numbers matching, original 327/300HP, Muncie 4 speed. All important #s correct - engine, trans, rear end. Has a Winters high-rise manifold, a big carburetor and headers which make it run like a 340 horsepower car! Four-wheel disc brakes. Black ragtop. AM/FM radio, Positraction. New front carpet, interior undergoing restoration, looks good. Paint is brand new, looks great! FAST AND FUN! Resto-mod or restore to original with numbers matching engine, transmission, and rear end...This Vette is in the sweet spot Right now to go either way. Call or write for full description or more pics.
State: OH
Price: $44,975.00 OBO

1965 Convertible   
Engine: 327, 92281 Miles, Color: White with White interior.
A very solid numbers matching TX based driver. Currently re-powered with Blueprint 383 stroker with less than 500 miles on new engine. 327/350hp numbers matching engine is on a stand in the garage. 4 speed and original rear end. 327 ran good when it was stored, I just wanted a turn key driver and wanted to save the 327 for someone if they want to swap it out. TONS of pictures available
State: TX
Price: $59,500.00 OBO

1965 Coupe   
Engine: 327, 73000 Miles, Color: Blue with Blue Leather interior.
1965 Corvette Coupe 327/350HP L79 Numbers Matching, The Car Only Has 220 Miles Driven Since Total Frame-Off Restoration By Fabulous Restoration In Fort Lauderdale, Including Complete Paint Job, Frame Powder Coated, Factory Air Conditioning Converted To R-134, 4-Speed Transmission, Side-Pipe Exhaust, 3:70 Rear-End, Power Steering, Power Windows, Professionally Complete Rebuilt Motor By John Cage In Ft. Lauderdale ( Vin Pad Retains Original Stamp) Blue Leather Interior, Radio & Clock Is Rebuilt & Working, All Invoices, Documents & Photo's Of Restoration Available. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3FXFo1JWe0&t=2s
State: FL
Price: $67,990.00 Or Best Offer

1965 Convertible   
Engine: 327, Odometer shows 2481 Miles, Color: Milano Maroon with Maroon (leather) interior.
A02 - Tinted windows A31 - Electric windows G91 - 3.08 Rear Axle J50-Power Disc Brakes M20- Four speed transmission N14 - Side mounted exhaust T01 - Gold Stripe tires U69 - AM-FM radio MATCHING NUMBERS!!
State: NC
Price: $47,250.00 OBO

1965 Coupe   
Engine: 327, 22500 Miles, Color: Blue with Blue interior.
1965 Corvette Coupe 327/300HP Numbers Matching, Factory Air Car, Factory Telescopic Steering Column, Teak Steering Wheel, Automatic Power Glide Transmission, Power Brakes, Power Antenna, Power Window's, Leather Interior. All options are in perfect working order including ice cold factory air conditioning, power windows, power steering, power brakes, clock, AM/FM radio, power antenna, and a teak tilt/telescopic steering wheel. Judged NCRS 2nd Flight Award. This car is NCRS judged second flight, before an additional $18,000 restoration by Fabulous Restorations in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Heritage Collection car, and was featured as the cover car and story in VETTE Magazine in 1990. The article says the numbers matching engine had been rebuilt, and the interior refreshed. It's history is outlined in the magazine, and since has been in climate controlled conditions in classic car collections. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8Bjye2FGCY
State: FL
Price: $67,990.00 Or Best Offer

1965 Coupe   
Engine: 327, 22500 Miles, Color: Silver with Black interior.
1965 Corvette Restored Silver Pearl Coupe 327/375HP Numbers Matching Fuel Injected, 4-Speed Manual Transmission, Complete Restoration By Fabulous Restoration In Fort Lauderdale FL. Rebuilt Motor, All Correct Fuel Injection System, Gold Line Tires, Leather Seats, Very Nice, Drives & Sounds Strong ! Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LDqqLq9I8o&t=9s
State: FL
Price: $85,000.00 Or Best Offer

1965 Coupe   
Engine: 396, 58956 Miles, Color: Blue with White interior.
This car was purchased new by Dr. William F. (Bill) Eschrich from Burbank California. Dr. Eschrich was a famous sports car driver and entrant from the 50’s and 60’s. He participated in many of the classic road races including Pebble Beach, Thompson Raceway, Bakersfield, Willow Springs, Palm Springs, Santa Barbara, Hansen Dam, Paramount Ranch, and Torrey Pines. As a team owner and entrant, his most famous driver was Ken Miles, who was one of the most successful drivers of his era, going on to become the chief test driver for Carroll Shelby and his Cobra program. James Dean’s last race was won by Dr.Eshrich in Santa Barbra Memorial Weekend 1955. In 1965, Bill entered the Bonneville Speed Trials with his new 396 Turbo Jet Corvette and went a spectacular 155.17 mph setting a class record that year in addition to winning several road races at Bonneville. After that, Bill continued to drive the car around Burbank until his death 25 years ago. He put 55,916 miles on the car with its original “Black and Gold” California Plates. Since then the car has remained in a private collection. 396 Big Block Facts Development of the second generation big-block started with the so-called Mystery Motor (Mark II Z33) used in Chevrolet's 1963 Daytona 500 record-setting stock cars. This "secret" engine was a substantially modified form of the "W" engine, and was subsequently released for production use in mid-1965 as the Mark IV, referred to in sales literature as the "Turbo-Jet V8."GM rated it 425 HP when in actuality it was well over 500 HP! Also retained from the "W" design were the race-proven Moraine M400 aluminum bearings first used in the 409, as well as the highly efficient "side oiling" lubrication system, which assured maximum oil flow to the main and connecting rod bearings at all times. Later blocks intended for performance use had the main oil gallery moved up to the cam bearing bore area and provided "priority main" oiling, improving the oil system even further. These features, along with the robust crankcase design, sturdy forged steel crankshaft and massive four-bolt main bearing caps used in the high-performance versions, resulted in what many have considered to be the most rugged and reliable large displacement automotive V8 engine design of all time. One of only 2,157 Corvettes produced with the 396 cubic inch / 425 Horsepower engine with coupes being the rarest with only 618 being produced and only a handful equipped a Muncie Rock Crusher transmission. This car has documented matching numbers including its original starter and coil (very rare). Included are the original “Black and Gold” plates, original radio, owners manual, original jack, registrations, Bonneville decal, Bonneville Brass Dash Plaque, timing sheets and period photos, In addition to being 2012 NCRS Top Flight Award recipient and 2014 La Jolla Concours D' Elegance invitee. This one of a kind Corvette could make any collection complete and would be a welcome entrant to any vintage car race, not to mention being a street legal e-ticket! The car is finished in Nassau Blue with a white interior. This is considered to be one of the most striking and beautiful optioned Corvette and color combination's ever! Few automobiles carry such a rich history as this Big Block Corvette
State: CA
Price: $299,000.00

1965 Convertible   
Engine: 396, 5044 Miles, Color: Milano Maroon with Black interior.
This car is in excellent condition inside and out, and has won several awards. Drives like it is new off the lot. I only drive it about 500 miles a year. The engine is not original, but has been rebuilt with performance parts and many upgrades. Options include: F-40 suspension, AM-FM radio, hidden stereo system with XM radio, power antenna, teak steering wheel, power brakes, new soft top, black leather seats, all chrome in excellent condition. I have receipts for work done from previous owner to current.
State: AZ
Price: $78,000.00