CORVETTE STINGRAY PROJECT CARS FOR SALE   -   1963  1964  1965  1966  1967

1966 CORVETTE - Carburetor Fire - MAKE OFFER - SBW-256

We offer the largest inventory of repairable salvage cars. These are just a few examples of the Corvette project and salvage cars for sale - choose from more than 8,500 salvage cars, trucks, motorcycles, suvs, jet skis, semi trucks, trailers, boats, atvs, rvs, tractors and classic project cars for sale.

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1967 Corvette Coupe 427
Flood Damage
TLD-233
MAKE OFFER

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1967 Corvette Convertible 327
Collision Damage
GHY-456
$13,700

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1967 Corvette Coupe 427
Project Car
HLP-667
$12,100

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1967 Corvette Convertible 327
Flood Damage
HGF-377
$14,400

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1967 Corvette Convertible 427
Flood Damage
GHW-442
$23,200

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1967 Corvette Convertible 427
Project Car
CDT-121
$14,300

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1967 Corvette Coupe Air Car
Engine Fire
WSD-997
$11,600

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1967 Corvette Convertible 427
Engine Fire
KDS-438
$17,300

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1967 Corvette Convertible 427
Collision Damage
YTS-149
$20,800

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1967 Corvette Coupe 427
Project Car
GYJ-547
$13,600

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1967 Corvette Convertible 327
Collision Damage
FHJ-146
$12,400

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1967 Corvette Convertible 427
Collision Damage
HLP-347
$22,400

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1967 Corvette Coupe 427
Project Car
FGH-982
$15,400

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1966 Corvette Convertible 427
Engine Fire
LTK-689
$7,600
1967 Corvette Stingray For Sale
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1966 Corvette Coupe 327
Collision Damage
DSE-218
$16,300
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1966 Corvette Convertible 427
Flood Damage
NBF-623
MAKE OFFER
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1966 Corvette Convertible 327
Collision Damage
CRT-756
$14,400
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1966 Corvette Coupe 427
Collision Damage
DSR-923
$22,600
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1966 Corvette Coupe 427
Carburetor Fire
MBV-832
$20,700
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1966 Corvette Convertible 327
Collision Damage
QGT-176
$16,300
1967 Corvette Project Car For Sale
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1966 Corvette Convertible 327
Collision Damage
HNJ-995
$14,400
1965 Corvette Big Block For Sale
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1966 Corvette Convertible 427
Collision Damage
THS-532
$16,700
65 Corvette Convertible Stingray
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1965 Corvette Convertible 327
Theft Recovery / Stripped
AFR-432
$13,700
1965 Corvette Sting Ray Project Car
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1965 Corvette Convertible 327
Tornado Damage
WSF-644
$14,200
Project Car 1965 Corvette Stingray
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1965 Corvette Coupe 327
Gas Tank Fire
BNS-339
$11,300
1965 C2 Corvette 396 Big Block
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1965 Corvette Coupe 396
Flood Damage
YJL-431
$17,700
Old Corvettes For Sale
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1965 Corvette Convertible 327
Project Car
HXC-521
$13,300
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1965 Corvette Rally Car
Collision Damage
EGT-923
$13,400
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1965 Corvette Convertible 327
Engine Fire
YDR-337
$14,200
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1965 Corvette Convertible 327
Theft Recovery
FGT-421
MAKE OFFER
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1965 Corvette Coupe 327
Collision Damage
SDR-925
$13,300
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1965 Corvette Convertible 327
Flood Damage
KLR-656
$16,200
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1965 Corvette Coupe 327
Engine Fire
GHY-827
$5,100
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1965 Corvette Convertible 327
Engine Fire
TGU-592
$5,300
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1964 Corvette Convertible 327
Flood Damage
NDG-457
$16,400
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1964 Corvette Coupe 327
Stolen and Stripped
PRD-482
$14,800
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1964 Corvette Coupe 327
Project Car
GHY-823
$15,400
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1964 Corvette Coupe 327
Collision Damage
GJL-580
$5,100
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1964 Corvette Convertible 327
Gas Tank Fire
HJK-823
$5,300
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1964 Corvette Convertible 327
Stolen and Stripped
GHT-832
$5,500
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1963 Corvette Coupe 327
Project Car
YKP-492
$17,800
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1963 Corvette Convertible 327
Flood Damage
KJH-925
MAKE OFFER
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1963 Corvette Coupe 327
Flood Damage
GBN-729
$20,600
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1963 Corvette Convertible 327
Collision Damage
ASD-273
$15,300
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1963 Corvette Coupe 327
Stolen and Stripped
RFT-839
$5,700
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1963 Corvette Coupe 327
Stolen and Stripped
CVG-992
$7,700
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1963 Corvette Coupe 327
Collision Damage
BNM-837
$14,300
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1963 Corvette Convertible 327
Theft Recovery
CFT-936
$16,600

We offer an inventory of over 8,500 repairable salvage motorcycles, boats, trucks and cars in stock.

Here's just a few examples of the variety of salvage vehicles for sale - the inventory changes daily.
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1967 Shelby GT500
Project Car
MAKE OFFER
New 2014 C7 Stingray Corvette For Sale
2014 Corvette C7
Theft Recovery
MAKE OFFER
New Harley Davidson Iron XL883N Sportster Motorcycle
2014 HD Sportster
Flood Damage
$5,100

1960 Corvette 283
Theft Recovery
$17,100
New Chevy Silverado 4WD Z71 Pickup Truck
2014 Silverado
Flood Damage
$12,600
New Black Ford GT Mustang Coupe
2014 Mustang GT
Flood Damage
$10,300
Red GT40 2005 Ford GT
2005 Ford GT
Collision Damage
$37,900
Orange Black 69 DZ320 Chevy Camaro Z28
1969 Camaro Z28
Theft Recovery
$5,900
1996 Indy Pace Car Dodge GTS Viper
1996 Viper GTS
Flood Damage
$16,200
Red Modena F1 Ferrari 360 Spider Flood Car
2004 Ferrari 360
Flood Damage
$21,200

1970 Challenger
Interior Fire

MAKE OFFER

2010 Harley Chopper
Theft Recovery
$6,100

1955 Chevy Nomad
Theft Recovery
$6,600

1965 Cobra 427 Kit
Collision Damage
$5,100

1969 Corvette 427
Collision Damage
MAKE OFFER

1954 Corvette 235
Carburetor Fire

$13,800 

1962 Corvette 327
Collision Damage
$12,800 

1958 Corvette F.I.
Flood Damage
$17,800 

1965 Pontiac GTO
Theft Recovery
$6,100 

1965 Shelby GT350
Flood Damage
MAKE OFFER 

Choose from more than 8,500 easy repairable salvage cars for sale - inventory changes daily. Visit our website to view entire large inventory - these are just a few examples. Vehicles can be inspected and purchased in-person or bought online with delivery available to all worldwide locations.

CLICK HERE to view entire inventory of CORVETTE project cars and salvage vehicles for sale More than 8,500 easy repairable late-model salvage trucks, cars, motorcycles, boats, rvs, industrial equipment, atvs, jet skis, skid steers, snowmobiles, bulldozers, tractors and project cars in stock and for sale.

*  Our business began in 1976 and is backed with a 100% Money-Back Guarantee.
*  Choose from a large inventory of over 8,500 repairable salvage cars - inventory changes daily.
*  Vehicles are sold with titles and all corresponding sales documents.
*  Delivery available to all locations worldwide and Customs Brokerage services for fast exporting.
*  Financing is available for multiple vehicle purchases.

All listings are subject to prior sale.



The Second Generation of Corvette - 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967


C2: The History of the Corvette Sting Ray (1963-'67)
Five decades after its introduction, the 1963 Corvette remains one of the most startling, engrossing and completely thrilling automotive designs of all time. For discerning enthusiasts, the 1963-1967 Corvettes are the most compelling of the series.

The "midyear" Corvettes aren't so much beautiful as they are provocative. And it was Harley Earl's successor as GM design chief, Bill Mitchell, who was doing most of the provoking. Back in the late '50s, Mitchell had acquired one of the old SS chassis that had been built to race at Sebring and, working with his assistant Larry Shinoda, designed a new body for it with a high waistline, a chiseled prow and sharply creased fenders and called it the Sting Ray.

At about the same time that Mitchell and Shinoda were designing the Sting Ray body style, Corvette Chief Engineer Zora Arkus-Duntov was building what he hoped would be a world-class chassis for his beloved charge. Cutting the wheelbase down by 4 inches to 98, Arkus-Duntov built a ladder frame that was much stiffer than the previous X-member design and allowed the passenger compartment to be sunk down between the rails. He also designed a new independent rear suspension that economically (in both dollar cost and space usage) used a single transverse nine-leaf spring and the half-shafts as part of the linkage.

It was the marriage of the Mitchell and Shinoda body design with the new Zora Arkus-Duntov chassis that resulted in the 1963 Corvette roadster and, for the first time, fastback coupe.

From the rotating hidden headlamps across the front to the boat tail shaped rear window, the 1963 Corvette coupe was outrageously attractive. And with a thick center bar splitting the rear window in two, not a car out of which it was particularly easy to see. That design earned this car the nickname "split-window coupe."

However, the 1963 is the most cluttered of the Sting Rays, with ornamental vent grilles in the hood, faux gills in the front fenders, ribbed rocker moldings and that bar dviding the rear window, thus was the 1963 Corvette split window coupe created

What carried over from the 1962 to the 1963 Corvette were most of the engines (all of which still displaced 327 cubic inches), the four-wheel drum brakes and the general styling of the rear quarters. A three-speed manual was still the standard transmission, and the base 327 V8 was still rated at 250 hp. On the options sheet were 300- and 340-hp four-barrel, and 360-hp fuel-injected versions of the 327. Also available was the legendary "Z06" race pack option for the coupe that included such things as metallic brake pads, a heavy-duty suspension and an oversize fuel tank. Ordering the Z06 required the costly fuel-injected engine, so production was limited.

Motor Trend tested a 1963 Corvette powered by the fuel-injected engine and backed by the Muncie four-speed transmission. The Corvette hustled from zero to 60 mph in 5.8 seconds and consumed the quarter-mile in 14.5 seconds at 102 mph. "We thought the old model cornered darn well," wrote the magazine, "but there's no comparing it to this new one. It does take a little different technique, but once the driver gets onto it, it's beautiful."

The public immediately embraced the Sting Ray, buying 10,594 coupes and 10,919 convertibles. That's almost half again as many 1962 Corvettes were sold, and the first time total sales topped 20,000 in a year.

For 1964 the Sting Ray's styling was cleaned up but the car otherwise mostly carried over from '63. Eliminating the dummy hood vents, restyling the roof vents and taking the center bar out of the rear window to drastically improve visibility made the true glory of the Sting Ray's shape more obvious. New to the options list was a 360-hp four-barrel 327, and the fuel injected motor was now rated at 375 hp.

Visually, the easiest way to tell a 1965 Corvette from a '64 is the three functional vertical louvers in each front fender. But the big news (literally) was the availability of the new 396-cubic-inch big-block V8. And there was even better news, as four-wheel disc brakes became standard (though 316 fools did delete them in favor of drums and a $64.50 credit).

The "L78" 396 grunted out a hulking 425 hp and became an instant legend as the meanest machine to leave General Motors since the company had stopped building Sherman tanks. With the arrival of big-block power, the mechanical fuel-injected 327's days were numbered. 1965 would be its last year.

But the 396 lasted only one year in the Corvette as it was superseded by 427-cubic-inch versions of the big-block V8 for 1966. Behind the new egg-crate grille, buyers could opt for the standard 327, which was now rated at 300 hp, a 350-horse version inhaling through a single four-barrel, the "L39" 427 making 390 hp or the overwhelming "L72" 427 rated at 425 hp (the same as '65's 396, but with a less temperamental personality).

For 1967 the louver count on each front fender went up to five and the parking brake moved from under the dash to between the bucket seats. But the real glory of the '67 came with the regal "L88" 427, which used aluminum cylinder heads and an intimidating 12.5:1 compression ratio to make somewhere north of 500 hp while wearing a huge 850-cfm four-barrel carburetor (though Chevy would, disingenuously, only admit to 430 horses). The L88 option carried an astronomical $947.90 price tag, and ordering it automatically eliminated the heater, radio and fan shroud. The intent was obviously racing and only 20 L88s were ever built. Today they are the most desirable of the first Sting Rays.

Also new to the Corvette option charts was an "L68" 427 rated at 400 hp and the L71 427 rated at 435 hp and featuring three two-barrel carburetors ("tri-power").

In every conceivable way, the Corvette was at its peak in '67. But, for no apparent reason, it was totally reconfigured for the following 1968 production year.


1963 - 1967 Midyear Corvette Sting Ray Paint Codes

1963
900 - Tuxedo Black - N/A
912 - Silver Blue - N/A
916 - Daytona Blue - 3,475
923 - Riverside Red - 4,612
932 - Saddle Tan - N/A
936 - Ermine White - N/A
941 - Sebring Silver - 1,516

1964
900 - Tuxedo Black - 1,897
912 - Silver Blue - 3,121
916 - Daytona Blue - 3,454
923 - Riverside Red - 5,274
932 - Saddle Tan - 1,765
936 - Ermine White - 3,909
940 - Satin Silver - 2,785

1965
AA - Tuxedo Black - 1,191
CC - Ermine White - 2,216
FF - Nassau Blue - 6,022
GG - Glen Green - 3,782
MM - Milano Maroon - 2,831
QQ - Silver Pearl - 2,552
UU - Rally Red - 3,688
XX - Goldwood Yellow - 1,275

1966
900 - Tuxedo Black - 1,190
972 - Ermine White - 2,120
974 - Rally Red - 3,366
976 - Nassau Blue - 6,100
978 - Laguna Blue 2,054
980 - Trophy Blue - 1,463
982 - Mosport Green 2,311
984 - Sunfire Yellow,- 2,339
986 - Silver Pearl - 2,967
988 - Milano Maroon - 3,799

1967
900 - Tuxedo Black - 815
972 - Ermine White - 1,423
974 - Rally Red - 2,341
976 - Marina Blue - 3,840
977 - Lynndale Blue - 1,381
980 - Elkhart Blue - 1,096
983 - Goodwood Green - 4,293
984 - Sunfire Yellow - 2,325
986 - Silver Pearl - 1,952
988 - Marlboro Maroon - 3,464

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