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A Survivor Split Window for You

What good would we be if we overlooked the most popular year Corvette during our C-2 generation week? Well, the answer is no good. (We are car people after all!)  We couldn't pass up the opportunity to scan the market for the legendary 63' Split Window.  Yeah, we all know the Aluminum headed L-88 and Tri-Power 427 are King, but the Split-Window demands its share of respect, just ask an owner of one!

So while browsing the various online places where one can find these classic cars, we came across a particularly interesting 1963.  The listing states this car is still wearing it's original paint, chrome, interior, and glass. Top it all off with the original L-76 - do we have a true survivor? While we won't get into the restore vs. don't restore argument here, we will say that this classic car would be a respectable addition to any garage. 

For the full listing, click here. The photos tell a bit of the car's story: We've spotted updated radiator hoses and a pretty clean engine room which suggests the car has been well maintained. If you've been looking for a nice survivor, this could be yours! If you buy it, let us know.

Check out a few more listings of C-2 Corvettes:

1963 Corvette - Pennsylvania

1966 Corvette - New Jersey

1967 Corvette - Maine


Like what you're reading? Stay tuned! We're bringing you more classic car and collector car coverage next week!


-Jeff Walker

Jeff Walker

About Jeff Walker

Jeff Walker is a Classic Car Insurance Specialist and financial services professional; As the son of a Drag-Racer and auto restorer, he was born with a wrench in his hand and learned the trade at an early age. His specialty is 60’s and 70’s American Muscle but his mechanical ability has afforded him the opportunity to work on all types of cars from Alfa-Romeos to Gullwings and everything in-between. Jeff is also a motorcycle fanatic and maintains his own stable of classic & collectible bikes. He is happiest when a car or motorcycle project is underway in his garage.



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