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1963 Split Window Corvette

The 1963 Fuel injected, split window Corvette is one of the most desirable of all Corvettes


Currently, at Bayberry Vintage Autos, our team is restoring a 1963 Corvette Split Window Coupe. Our team has taken this car through the laborious process of a complete body off restoration down to the bare frame. We have brought the car back to its original glory, Finished in stunning Sebring Silver over red interior. The car is a matching numbers example and came equipped with the high performance 360 h.p. fuel injected 327c.i.d engine, mated to a 4 speed manual transmission. When you combine the high performance engine package with the improved handling characteristics of the newly released independent rear suspension, and you find yourself going 0 to 60 in a breathtaking 6 seconds.


When introduced in 1963, this C2 model was an instant sensation! The lines of the car were timeless and are still fresh to this day. In fact, the rear “boat tail” of a 1963 Corvette Split-Window Coupe has become one of the most iconic images in classic car history. The 1963 Corvette saw major improvements: a new frame with all-wheel independent suspension, a redesigned sleek nose housing pop-up headlights, and a coupe body with a distinctive two-piece rear window. Only 10,594 split window Stingray corvettes were built in 1963, of those only 2,610 had the 360hp fuel injected hi performance motor installed at the factory.


This car will be available for sale in the Spring of 2020.


Other Restoration Projects

All of these classic cars will be for sale up on the completion of the restoration

The 1942 Ford Woody
will be available for sale in the Spring of 2020.

The 1958 Fiat Multipla
was SOLD by Gooding & Co at
Amelia Island in March 2020