Iconic and highly desired, the 1963 Split Window Corvette was believed to be too great of a safety concern and scrapped after just one year in production. Oftentimes, owners went as far as to cut out the center section and replace the glass with one single piece. This Sebring Silver example is one of 2,160 highly sought after L84 360hp Split Windows, and has been fully restored over the last 15 years. Beginning in January of 2007, the car was delivered to Corvette Sports in Wisconsin where it was disassembled and the frame off restoration began. The body was completely stripped and marked for any areas needing repair before painting in the original Sebring Silver color. During the process, the numbers matching L84 Fuel Injection 327 V8 was torn down and rebuilt using correct parts. The 4 Speed Manual transmission feels smooth and shifts nicely while driving. Outside, the exterior shines brightly with good looking chrome and smooth looking paint. The wheels appear to be original as well, but still look just as bright. Inside, the interior was also gone through with all black vinyl and carpet showing very nicely. The FM radio in the dash works well and gives good sound. Since the completion of the restoration, the car has been driven approximately 150 miles according to the restoration invoices. This is a collector Corvette that you don’t want to miss out on.
Mileage Shown at Listing: 44,595
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