This stripped-down split-window fuelie could be the perfect ’63 Corvette


The 1963 Chevrolet Corvette coupe is hailed by many Corvette lovers as the high-water mark of America’s sports car. The first year of the Sting Ray marked the first use of hidden headlights, independent rear suspension, and a fixed roof. It was most notably the only year where Chevrolet designers got their way and put the characteristic split rear window into production, making the 10,594 sold the most stylistically desireable of the 1963-1967 Sting Ray models.

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