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Lot 32

2015   |   Pebble Beach Auctions 2015

1963 Chevrolet Corvette 327/340 Coupe

SOLD $132,000

Estimate

$200,000 - $275,000| Without Reserve

Chassis

30837S103503

Car Highlights

Only One Owner from New Until 2014
Highly Original, Time Warp Example
Carefully Owned and Maintained from New
Complete with Incredible Original Documents and Items
Certified by Al Grenning as Original Matching-Numbers Engine and Trim Tag

Technical Specs

327 CID RPO L76 V-8 Engine
Single Carter 4-Barrel Carburetor
340 HP at 7,000 RPM
4-Speed Manual Gearbox
4-Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes
Independent Coil-Spring Front Suspension
Independent Rear Suspension with Transverse Leaf Spring
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From the Peter Klutt Legendary Motorcar Collection

Featuring one-year only, split-window styling, this extremely original unrestored 1963 Corvette Stingray was ordered new during September 1962 by traveling salesman Abe Greenstein of Roslyn, New York. Options included a 340 hp L76 327 engine, four-speed, leather upholstery, Wonderbar AM radio, and whitewall tires. Black leather upholstery was ordered but shortages forced a switch to Saddle.

Driven, enjoyed, and stored over the next 52 years at Mr. Greenstein’s home garage, this Corvette was lovingly maintained to be as original as possible. It retains a significant amount of its original Sebring Silver paint as well as its numbers-matching engine, transmission, and rear-axle. The trim tag has been certified as original and authentic by CCAS Affirmations, the small group of the most knowledgeable and respected Corvette judges who are called upon to determine a car’s authenticity at the highest level of Corvette meets.

Wonderful items added by Mr. Greenstein include a cigar humidor, a crossbar for his suit hangers, an early security system, and a CB radio with rear aerial. Possessing the uncanny knack for finding highly original examples of the best-equipped collector cars, Peter Klutt acquired the Corvette from Mr. Greenstein in 2014. This fabulous car comes complete with a detailed letter from Mr. Greenstein and a plethora of documents. Step inside, take a seat, and marvel at all the wonderful details.