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1964 Chevrolet Corvette Fuelie Convertible

Sale price: $86,995.00 make an offer

Car location: Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Sale type: Fixed price listing

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Manufacturer: Chevrolet
Model: Corvette
Year: 1964
Type: Convertible
Color: Red
Mileage: 46317
Engine: 327 FI V8
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Type: Gasoline
Trim: Fuelie Convertible
Interior Color: Black
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1964 Chevrolet Corvette Fuelie Convertible for sale

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1 Owner Car w/ 46k Orig Miles, 1969 327 CE Block w/ Fuel Injection, 4 Spd Man!

Stock #:

4848-DFW

Exterior Color:

Riverside Red

Interior Color:

Black

Body Type:

Convertible

Transmission:

4 Speed Manual

Engine:

327 FI V8

Mileage:

46,317

Vehicle Original VIN : 40867S104477
There's nothing quite like a 'Lil Red Corvette. Iconic and beautiful enough to impress Prince himself, the mid-year convertibles are arguably the best Corvette's ever made, and we're thankful to sell a ton of them every year. This 1964 convertible carries a highly desirable 327 V8 fuel-injected motor, a quick-shifting 4-speed manual transmission, and a beautifully preserved, survivor Riverside Red body. In addition, the current owner is a dealer that bought this car from the original owner, so the paperwork still qualifies this beautiful convertible as a 1-owner car, and the mileage is in fact believed actual with only 46,317 ticks on the clock. That makes this droptop mid-year more than just a fancy roadster, but rather a special classic with quite an interesting and valuable pedigree.

This isn't one of those trailer-queen 'Vettes that you're afraid to drive, either. Preserved to a survivor level we don't often see (the overwhelming majority of C2s are repainted cars), the Code 923 Riverside Red looks exactly like it should on the open-air roadster, once again proving the old adage that there's nothing quite like an original, stock-spec Corvette. The Sting Ray (separate words up until 1968, 'Stingray' for all the subsequent cars) was one of the most influential designs of the decade, and even fifty years later, it remains instantly recognizable and still resonates with hobbyists. This '64 hits the sweet spot, with a survivor's patina that shows well and looks great for the car's age, without the hassles that come from trying to maintain a show car's finish. Sure, it has some signs of use and age acquired through the years, and even some minor touch-up spots we'd prefer not to have found, but the condition is much better than you'd expect from a 57-year-old finish and if it were up to me, I wouldn't repaint it. Let those decades-old imperfections tell their story, the fiberglass is still very solid, there's still a nice shine and luster that glows in the sun, and the car is much more interesting than anything it's ever parked next to. At any Corvette show, you can spot the guys who drive their cars pretty easily; they're the ones with the giant grins on their faces, and you could join them without worries in this one, although keep an eye on that mileage. The chrome and stainless is quite nicely preserved as well, the rocker panel trim is as beautiful as ever, and the glass is in great shape all around. Sure, it's a survivor, but look at those pics! This Sting Ray has tons of curb appeal to go along with its pedigree.

The body tag says the interior is "standard," but the lovely and comfortable black leather buckets are anything but ordinary. The interior features a lovely mixture of new and old, with beautiful original seat covers with years of comfort marks telling their stories, matching original door panels at the flanks, and plush black carpets on the floors insulating the cabin. The swooping dashboard also shows signs of gentle use, but they make it ever so inviting to slide behind that upgraded, sporty leather-wrapped steering wheel. This is one of those cars that fans lovingly call "worn in, not worn out" for years to come. Of course, there's no major damage, no split seams, no ugly scuffs on the soft surfaces, so it only adds to the car's usability and character. Bright red Simpson harness seatbelts remind everyone that this Corvette isn't just some slow Sunday cruiser, and when you open up the taps of that small block you better strap in. The gauges all appear to be original and they all work like they should, keeping an eye on the strong-running small block up front, and you read that mileage correctly, under 50K miles – a reading the seller believes to be original. At some point the original shifter was upgraded to a taller and sportier Hurst unit with a cue-ball topper, and it fits inside the middle console perfectly. The uniquely positioned radio also appears to be an updated piece, although it's due for an upgrade if music is to be on the menu. There's a black convertible top that folds neatly behind the seats and under the factory cover, but if a more permanent solution to shield you from the elements is needed, then the matching red hardtop that comes with the sale should be more suitable.

This survivor is powered by a non-original 327 V8 under the hood, which decodes to a Code CE block that was more precisely a GM customer-exchange motor from 1969. Topped with a rare fuel-injection set-up that makes the lively small block very responsive, the engine bay is quite a site to see. With that finned intake cover, finned valve covers, and wide intake tube, it's a unique set-up not often found under the hood of a Corvette, but it certainly looks right at home. It isn't over-detailed and doesn't outshine the rest of the car, instead the conscientious owner was careful to keep the car's overall look and feel intact while renewing/maintaining the parts that truly matter. The 4-speed manual shifts with typical precision and the front disc brakes give this car impressive stopping power, while the undercarriage is very clean, with newer suspension parts found throughout. Long-tube headers help the small block breathe and add horsepower, matching up with the dual exhaust system that exits through the rear valance and sounds fantastic. Refreshingly, this one also carries turbine alloy wheels with knock-off spinners, all of which are wrapped in right-sized 215/70/15 blackwall radials.

If you've been dreaming of a C2 Corvette, this one is the perfect combination of driver and pedigree, so you can enjoy it without worrying about driving the value out of it. Call today!

Vehicle Description

Vehicle Original VIN : 40867S104477
There's nothing quite like a 'Lil Red Corvette. Iconic and beautiful enough to impress Prince himself, the mid-year convertibles are arguably the best Corvette's ever made, and we're thankful to sell a ton of them every year. This 1964 convertible carries a highly desirable 327 V8 fuel-injected motor, a quick-shifting 4-speed manual transmission, and a beautifully preserved, survivor Riverside Red body. In addition, the current owner is a dealer that bought this car from the original owner, so the paperwork still qualifies this beautiful convertible as a 1-owner car, and the mileage is in fact believed actual with only 46,317 ticks on the clock. That makes this droptop mid-year more than just a fancy roadster, but rather a special classic with quite an interesting and valuable pedigree.

This isn't one of those trailer-queen 'Vettes that you're afraid to drive, either. Preserved to a survivor level we don't often see (the overwhelming majority of C2s are repainted cars), the Code 923 Riverside Red looks exactly like it should on the open-air roadster, once again proving the old adage that there's nothing quite like an original, stock-spec Corvette. The Sting Ray (separate words up until 1968, 'Stingray' for all the subsequent cars) was one of the most influential designs of the decade, and even fifty years later, it remains instantly recognizable and still resonates with hobbyists. This '64 hits the sweet spot, with a survivor's patina that shows well and looks great for the car's age, without the hassles that come from trying to maintain a show car's finish. Sure, it has some signs of use and age acquired through the years, and even some minor touch-up spots we'd prefer not to have found, but the condition is much better than you'd expect from a 57-year-old finish and if it were up to me, I wouldn't repaint it. Let those decades-old imperfections tell their story, the fiberglass is still very solid, there's still a nice shine and luster that glows in the sun, and the car is much more interesting than anything it's ever parked next to. At any Corvette show, you can spot the guys who drive their cars pretty easily; they're the ones with the giant grins on their faces, and you could join them without worries in this one, although keep an eye on that mileage. The chrome and stainless is quite nicely preserved as well, the rocker panel trim is as beautiful as ever, and the glass is in great shape all around. Sure, it's a survivor, but look at those pics! This Sting Ray has tons of curb appeal to go along with its pedigree.

The body tag says the interior is "standard," but the lovely and comfortable black leather buckets are anything but ordinary. The interior features a lovely mixture of new and old, with beautiful original seat covers with years of comfort marks telling their stories, matching original door panels at the flanks, and plush black carpets on the floors insulating the cabin. The swooping dashboard also shows signs of gentle use, but they make it ever so inviting to slide behind that upgraded, sporty leather-wrapped steering wheel. This is one of those cars that fans lovingly call "worn in, not worn out" for years to come. Of course, there's no major damage, no split seams, no ugly scuffs on the soft surfaces, so it only adds to the car's usability and character. Bright red Simpson harness seatbelts remind everyone that this Corvette isn't just some slow Sunday cruiser, and when you open up the taps of that small block you better strap in. The gauges all appear to be original and they all work like they should, keeping an eye on the strong-running small block up front, and you read that mileage correctly, under 50K miles – a reading the seller believes to be original. At some point the original shifter was upgraded to a taller and sportier Hurst unit with a cue-ball topper, and it fits inside the middle console perfectly. The uniquely positioned radio also appears to be an updated piece, although it's due for an upgrade if music is to be on the menu. There's a black convertible top that folds neatly behind the seats and under the factory cover, but if a more permanent solution to shield you from the elements is needed, then the matching red hardtop that comes with the sale should be more suitable.

This survivor is powered by a non-original 327 V8 under the hood, which decodes to a Code CE block that was more precisely a GM customer-exchange motor from 1969. Topped with a rare fuel-injection set-up that makes the lively small block very responsive, the engine bay is quite a site to see. With that finned intake cover, finned valve covers, and wide intake tube, it's a unique set-up not often found under the hood of a Corvette, but it certainly looks right at home. It isn't over-detailed and doesn't outshine the rest of the car, instead the conscientious owner was careful to keep the car's overall look and feel intact while renewing/maintaining the parts that truly matter. The 4-speed manual shifts with typical precision and the front disc brakes give this car impressive stopping power, while the undercarriage is very clean, with newer suspension parts found throughout. Long-tube headers help the small block breathe and add horsepower, matching up with the dual exhaust system that exits through the rear valance and sounds fantastic. Refreshingly, this one also carries turbine alloy wheels with knock-off spinners, all of which are wrapped in right-sized 215/70/15 blackwall radials.

If you've been dreaming of a C2 Corvette, this one is the perfect combination of driver and pedigree, so you can enjoy it without worrying about driving the value out of it. Call today!

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New Vehicles come with a full-factory warranty. Used vehicles may have a remaining-factory warranty, but please contact us for the warranty details specific to this vehicle.

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Our Fort Worth showroom is located just minutes north of downtown Fort Worth and 10 Miles south of the Texas Motor Speedway on I-35W. We're on Sandshell Drive in the Space Center business park right next to the Coca Cola bottling plant. At over 55,000 square feet, our breath-taking facility was opened in 2012 and houses approximately 300 vehicles, including everything from antiques and streetrods to muscle cars, trucks and the latest exotics. Come check out the historic Fort Worth stockyards and then visit our showroom to see some truly awesome vehicles! We are open to the public and showroom admission is always complimentary.

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With the most knowledgeable and professionally trained staff in the industry, we have expanded nationally and opened showrooms in many major U.S. markets. We operate under the principles of doing business fairly and with the understanding that our customers are the lifeblood of the business. Much of our success comes from the relationships formed with buyers and sellers around the world who have joined us on this incredible journey and made Streetside's rapid growth possible.

Today, Streetside Classics is known as the Nation's Trusted Consignment Dealer; providing sellers and buyers alike with the peace of mind that only comes from partnering with one of the largest classic car dealerships in the country.

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Our Fort Worth showroom is located just minutes north of downtown Fort Worth and 10 Miles south of the Texas Motor Speedway on I-35W. We're on Sandshell Drive in the Space Center business park right next to the Coca Cola bottling plant. At over 55,000 square feet, our breath-taking facility was opened in 2012 and houses approximately 300 vehicles, including everything from antiques and streetrods to muscle cars, trucks and the latest exotics. Come check out the historic Fort Worth stockyards and then visit our showroom to see some truly awesome vehicles! We are open to the public and showroom admission is always complimentary.

Our Global Marketing Reach

We advertise on all the top websites and print publications marketing your vehicle globally, getting it hundreds of views each day.

That's over an $1100 value!

Nationally Trusted

Finance

Financing Classic & Collector Cars

Let our money work for you! With rates as low as 6.00% and an average appreciation of 9.00% a year it doesn't always make sense to pay with cash.

Minimum Loan Amount - $5,000 No Pre-Payment Penalty No Proof of Income (Tier 1 Credit) Terms to 144 months Bankruptcy, foreclosure, divorce – All OKApply Now

About Us

After being in the collector-car business for a decade prior, Donna Robbins opened the doors to the first Streetside Classics showroom in Charlotte, NC in 2008. Armed with a customer-oriented business philosophy and a clear vision for success, she has since led Streetside Classics to an unrivaled sales volume that is currently among the best in the collector car industry.

With the most knowledgeable and professionally trained staff in the industry, we have expanded nationally and opened showrooms in many major U.S. markets. We operate under the principles of doing business fairly and with the understanding that our customers are the lifeblood of the business. Much of our success comes from the relationships formed with buyers and sellers around the world who have joined us on this incredible journey and made Streetside's rapid growth possible.

Today, Streetside Classics is known as the Nation's Trusted Consignment Dealer; providing sellers and buyers alike with the peace of mind that only comes from partnering with one of the largest classic car dealerships in the country.

Charlotte

Atlanta

Dallas / Fort Worth

Tampa

Nashville

Phoenix

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