1963 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible Survivor, with Factory Air Conditioning, and the Born With, All Original, and Matching #s Drive Train, including BORN with Motor, Transmission, and Rear End.
1963 was the first year of Factory A/C in a Corvette, and was introduced at the end of the production year. Only 278 Corvettes had the C60 Air Conditioning option, of which an estimated only 50 were convertibles, according to Noland Adams Corvette & Restoration Guide Vol. 2, 1963 - 1967. The C60 A/C option was ONLY available with 250hp and 300hp Corvettes. This is a 300hp car. The A/C system blows COLD. The A/C Compressors used on the 1963 Corvettes were from only four lots shipped to Chevrolet. They are Foil Identification Tags, and the first two serials numbers started with either 68 or 73 or 75 or 77. My Corvette AC Compressor starts with 75, and is dated June 3, 1963 ( F 3 3 ). If you do find another 1963 Corvette with a starting number different than 68, 73, 75 or 77, it is probably a fake, and definitely not the original compressor.
This car was in one family from 1963 until I purchased it 3 years ago, spending all of it's life in Georgia. Originally purchased in 1963, he then transferred the title to his future wife. It stayed in the family until a few years ago, when I purchased it.
Very rare, and very original. It retains some of the original factory paint, all of the original factory interior, and the ORIGINAL A/C Compressor, brackets, etc. The engine has never been out of the car, and the transmission was completely gone through, replacing all seals, and clutches in May 2018.
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