1963 Chevrolet Corvette Split Window Parked For 45 Years Could Bring Big Bucks

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A 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Split Window Parked For 45 Years Could Bring Big Bucks that’s being auctioned off on Ebay.

1963 Chevorlet Corvette Split Window

The Washington-based classic car dealer selling it says that he came across it piled under a bunch of junk around 10 years ago, when he was checking out a different car.

Rear View

The first-year split-window coupe had been purchased new by the owner and not driven since 1972, but was heasent to sell it up until last year.

Frontal Side View

The Corvette is equipped with the 300 HP 327 cubic-inch V8 and a 2-speed Powerglide automatic transmission. It was originally silver, but was painted green at the dealership before it was delivered to its first owner.

Interior

The current owner got the engine running again, but says it needs to be restored. The rest of the car wears a heavy patina and a fair amount of rust, but the bodywork and glass are in good shape and the only real rust issue can be found on one of the B-pillars.

CLASSIC CAR PARTS WORTH MILLIONS DISCOVERED

Although it needs a fair amount of work to get there, the Hagerty Price Guide estimates that one of these in perfect condition could be worth over $150,000. As of this post, the Ebay auction for this unique survivor that runs through June 17 was at $52,800.

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