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1965 Chevrolet Corvette Has Survived Unscathed

Motorious logo Motorious 5/9/2019 Steven Symes
a car parked in front of a building: 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Has Survived Unscathed

It has been tastefully preserved for future generations to enjoy.


Classic ‘Vettes are great, but it’s becoming increasingly difficult to find any that haven’t been adulterated with different modifications. That’s part of what makes this 1965 Chevrolet Corvette so special. It’s just like it was when it rolled off the factory line back in the day, other than a few more miles on the odometer and plenty of stories in its past. This beautiful machine, America’s sports car, is being offered a lucky future owner by Savannah Classic Cars.

As you can see from the photos, the ’65 ‘Vette still wears its original Ermine white paint job. Instead of being worse for wear, the body shines up nicely. All the original badges are still present, as are the factory wheels. It’s a true depiction of the sports car which proved America could outpace European automakers at their own game.

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That same level of amazing preservation is apparent throughout the striking red interior. The upholstery, door panels, and carpeting are all in amazing condition. Each factory gauge is in place, plus the dash is free of damage. This car has the optional factory wood steering wheel, which has also been lovingly preserved. Even the factory window tint is in fantastic shape. There’s also the original AM/FM stereo, which was an option as well.

Turn the key and feel how the 327 Small Block V8 fires up without any hesitation whatsoever, demonstrating that this car is mechanically sound. It is the original engine and the Powerglide transmission is original as well, working smoothly so you can cruise in comfort. This ‘Vette comes with the factory optional 3.08 axle, plus power brakes and power steering.

The Corvette Sting Ray introduced edgier, more aggressive styling for the sports car’s lineup starting in 1963. Collectors and car fans clamor for the old Sting Rays, making this car an excellent vehicle to add to your garage and collection.


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