1963 Chevrolet Sting Ray Corvette Split-Window Coupe | Buyer’s Guide

Reporter Sam Smith explores what makes the 1963 Chevrolet Sting Ray Corvette Split-Window Sports car such a precious classic and also details what you require to know about buying, owning, as well as caring this terrific automobile.

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31 Replies to “1963 Chevrolet Sting Ray Corvette Split-Window Coupe | Buyer’s Guide”

  1. Corvettes are beautiful cars. Though the prices of these cars will eventually start to fall. The younger generations simply don’t want them…

    1. Not true most can’t afford them especially a c2 this car will always be desirable with the way cars are becoming now boring and all look the same the 70s Corvette’s are starting to come up in price now

    2. I’m 19 !! Bought a junky c4 last summer for my first project car , whole new car now and my daily baby , I’m trying to inspire my friends as well , everyone loves corvettes no matter the age (:

  2. Nothing but art on wheels. A split window would never sell in modern days but back then cars where so easy to distinguish from each other. I didn’t know the design was actually inspired by a sting ray swimming in the ocean 🤓 great presentation!

  3. I have a 64 black coupe same as this same red line knock off wheels but I got a red interior all I get is thumbs up and smiles everytime I take it out the c2 is one of the nicest built cars in automotive history

  4. Upgrade to Wilwood disc brakes (keep the drums for if you ever sell the car), put on new wheels and newer compound tires, and drive it. These are great fun, even at today’s prices, and they’ll be worth a lot more in 10+ years.

    1. @Maria Martinez Expert Martin S.Schwartz on has been managing my trade for months and I keep making profits every week , made $9,130 last week

  5. A brilliant introduction to ’63 C2s, Thanks. Really, really interesting to observe the Citroën 2CV cramped in behind the GTO and the Mustang in the background. Please, bring the 2CV in the front for a ‘buyer’s guide’ :-).

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