1965 Corvette Convertible Classified Ad Details$92,750.00 Date Posted:11/30/2020 - Tampa, FL
Some details about the car:
1965 Stingray Convertible, 8 Cylinder 327/ 365 hp, solid lifters, four barrel Holley Carburetor.
Rally Red paint, red leather interior, factory A/C, disc brakes, power brakes, power antenna, original radio, power windows, off road exhaust system, 4-speed manual transmission, rear axel 4.11 Posi-traction, teakwood steering wheel, knock-off wheels with Michelin tires.
In 1965, the solid lifter 327/365 hp was the highest horsepower carbureted model available.
The engine was the choice of the performance oriented buyer so it is no wonder that few were ordered with the extra weight and performance robbing air conditioning option.
Just 138 convertibles were built with 365 hp engine and A/C.
This car has been meticulously restored with an eye toward NCRS competition.
Other tells show that good thought was spent making the car not just pretty, but correct.
Odometer reading: 71346 mi
Options, Numbers & Dates of Production
C 2 327/365hp Roadster
Production: April 28, 1965
Production Plant: St. Louis, Missouri
L 76 Engine no: FO330HK (HK for special
high performance & A/C)
Block code: 3782870 - March 26, 1965
Transmission: 4 speed manual 3851325,
Extension - 3857584,
Side Cover 3831707
Rear Axel AP, 4.11 Posi-Traction, Date A-5-
65,i.e. April 5, 1965
Carburetor: Holly 4 Barrel 38498042818-1-
Date: 533 (3rd week March 1965)
Alternator: 1100694-55a Jan 5, 1965
Exterior: 900UU - Rally Red
Interior: 408 BG - Red Leather
Soft Top - White
Hard Top (original-unrestored) - Black
Power Windows - A31
Exhaust: Off Road - N11
Radio AM/FM - U69 (Power Antenna)
Rear End 4.11 G81
Four Wheel Power Disc Brake - J50
Teakwood Steering Wheel - N32
High Quality Reproduction Knock Off wheels-
P48 (Michelin Tires)
The car drives perfectly. It has more than sufficient power and correct solid lifter sound. Driving it is a pleasure and a great experience.
I tried to describe the car thoroughly and correctly. Nevertheless, any experts or NCRS judges are welcome to check the car for a potential buyer.