In the early 1960s Harley Earl retired, and new ideas came with new leadership. Bill Mitchell, GM’s new chief of design, had an incredibly successful idea: Stingray! Tradition was broken as the totally redesigned Corvette was offered as a coupe or a convertible with 4 engine choices. Both featured a streamlined appearance and improved passenger accommodations. The American public loved 1963-1967 Stingrays because they were fast machines that looked supersonic even when parked. They remain the most collectible Corvettes today.
Classic 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible. The exterior is Red with a Black interior. White soft top. 4 speed manual transmission. Showing 82,137 miles. V8 Engine. Recent complete body and paint restoration to original. New badging, new emblems, new interior. Original factory side pipes and all original instrumentation.