<< Go Back

Barrett-Jackson Lot #365 - 1965 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE

Detailed Information

Lot Number:  365 Auction:  ORANGE COUNTY 2012 Status:  SOLD Sale Type:  NO RESERVE Price:  *$66,000.00 Year:  1965 Make:  CHEVROLET Model:  CORVETTE Style:  CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE VIN:  194675S110291 Exterior Color:  SILVER Interior Color:  BLACK Cylinders:  V8 Engine Size:  5.7L Transmission:  6-SPEED MANUAL

Details

Stunning silver midyear convertible with big block hood with black stinger, equipped with a black softtop and silver removable hardtop. This Pro-Tourer is fitted with a new 600hp Magnuson supercharged and intercooled LS6 engine assembled by Street & Performance with a 6-speed. The engine is heavily chromed with a polished supercharger, intercooler and Griffin aluminum radiator. Modifications include roller rocker cam arms, an 80mm throttle body, stainless steel headers and side exhaust with ceramic coating. The C5 front suspension, brakes and steering are mated with a C4 rear set-up with QA1 adjustable coilover shocks, competition cross-drilled rotors, polished aluminum half-shafts and bell housing. Extras include a Rock Valley stainless steel gas tank and a DANA 44 rear-end with 3.73 posi-traction. The meticulous, subtle body work includes rounded non-flared wheel wells, front and rear spoilers and a smooth bumperless front and rear created by Hot Rods by Greg. Other enhancements include a custom stainless steel grille, polished aluminum side vents and headlights hidden behind the grille. The interior features gauges by Classic Instruments, boost gauge, Vintage Air, polished aluminum tilt steering column, Momo zebrawood steering wheel and black leather headrest sport seats with silver carpet and dash. Interior is completely dynamatted for sound deadening and ride comfort. Wheels are 18" ZR1 style. The car sits on a Pro-Touring tube frame built by race and street car builder, Performance Unlimited. The car is brand new with only test driven miles and truly a one-of-a-kind custom.
*Price Includes Buyers Commission