1963 Corvette Sting Ray Convertible

This 1963 Corvette Sting Ray Convertible finished in Metallic Blue was listed for sale on Dec 20, 2022. The sale price is the seller's asking price at the time of advertising, the final sale price (or if it sold at all) is unknown. All text and images are taken from the original ad. This car is a restomod fitted with an LS3 and Tremec 6 speed.
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1963 Corvette Sting Ray Convertible
December 2022

1963 Corvette Sting Ray Convertible


1963 Restomod Vette car is like new:

  • New LS3 crate engine, cammed, upgraded top end to suit done 10 miles if that while tuning
  • Alloy radiator with twin fans
  • 6 Speed Tremec T56 6060 Magnum
  • Modern AC
  • Lithium battery new
  • ceramic coated headers to the working sidepipes
  • Coil Overs QA1 Adjustable Damping
  • Wilwood Master cylinder with Adjustable Biasing Valve , stainless brake lines
  • 6 piston front, 4 piston rear on drilled and slotted rotors
  • 1/2 inch wheel studs
  • tubular control arms.
  • power Rack and Pinion
  • HD rear shafts and diff currently 3.08 built to be tough. Also includes a new 3.73 diff built by John Bhana yukon gears and LSD center offset rear arms with HD 1/2 inch wheel studs
  • Blue Mod plated for LS3, 6 speed, Willwoods etc all the hard work has been done underneath is show condition custom Coys wheels list goes on and on
  • interior mint
  • birdscage kick panel area like new
  • original green primer
  • Autometer Muscle car gauges
  • dash pads hand stitched
  • New Tilt collapsible column for comfort and safety
  • completely rewired from front to back
  • everything on the car is new
  • Currently setting up an electronic hand brake system.

This car is a continuously being upgraded, I basically ordered everything new for the car even if it didn't need it as i knew the importation laws and taxes were changing, along with our dollar crashing would cost double to do it now. Large folder with paperwork on every part nos on every mod done and part ordered so if u ever need to replace something it's all catalogued. No expense was spared as it was my last build and had intentions of keeping it