- Sep 16, 2000
- New Hampshire
- 1990 Corvette ZR-1
New Corvette only auction site officially launches with its first NO RESERVE consignment of a 1964 Corvette convertible
With 427Stingray Corvette Auctions starting the last week of August, the team at 427Stingray.com have a lot to be excited about as consignments are really starting to roll in. The first of two No Reserve auctions were consigned last week.
This NO RESERVE 1964 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible has a bright and iconic style that you get to enjoy to the fullest thanks to extra V8 power and four-on-the-floor. This is a chance of a lifetime for the one that has dreamed of a C2.
The Sting Ray is a legend on wheels. The C2 was designed by Larry Shinoda (Pete Brock was also instrumental on the C2) under the direction of GM chief stylist Bill Mitchell. They used crisp lines to accent everything from the big fenders, to the rear deck. The upgraded red paint has the right kind of gloss and shine that makes the sunshine-friendly droptop look terrific when you’re out cruising on a Sunday. Plus, on the days when you feel like having the top up, the black roof gives this a timeless color combo.
This classic time machine has all the correct details, like the two-piece chrome bumpers, ribbed rocker trim, and full badging. Even the way the headlights pop up tells you this is a quality classic.
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New Corvette only auction site officially launches with a NO RESERVE consignment of a 1964 Corvette convertible.