Powerful, polished, and poised, this 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible has everything you want. That means V8 power, four-on-the-floor, and the undeniable distinction of one of the best-looking classic sports cars ever.
A deep blue always looks good on a C2 convertible. After all, the Sting Ray earned its name for looking like a smooth sea creature, and so it's great to have this finished in the color of a tropical ocean wave. And the white convertible top is its crest! Plus, 1965 was the first year of the completely smooth hood. It left the Corvette free from a lot of ornamentation. The result is an elegantly restrained use of chrome for '60s standards and one of smoothest bodies around. It also means the remaining brightwork really stands out where utilized. So it's important that it looks especially nice in places like the knock-off style wheels and the iconic two-piece front and rear bumpers. Plus, we all know those bright side pipes caught your eye.
The full black interior looks like it belongs in a performance machine like this. This aggressively dark attitude looks particularly nice thanks to new covers on the bucket seats. Plus, this really shows off its vintage flair, right down to the details like the heater and AM/FM stereo. Your left hand grabs the three-spoke wood rim sports steering wheel, and your right one will be instantly attracted to the big chrome gearshift. And we all love to watch the gauges dance as you take full advantage of what's in the engine bay.
Lift the hood, and you'll find a tidy and honest 327 cubic-inch V8. It also has the correct features like the Chevy orange on the block, ram's horn exhaust, and polished pie dish air cleaner and ignition shield adding a touch of flair. Plus, the cursive Corvette script on the valve covers always look good on a vintage 'Vette. On the road this motor has the right amount of snarl through the awesome side pipes as you row through the four-speed. It's the kind of sound that's perfect for a little Saturday night intimidation, and it also never gets old when spending all-day Sunday driving the backroads. This great driving attitude is backed up by power steering and the fully independent suspension. Plus, 1965 was the first year for four-wheel disc brakes as standard: a big reason why these are the superior driving C2s.
This is the droptop icon done with plenty of appeal. So you know you want to get your hands on this Sting Ray right now. Call today!!!