Lot 38

2016   |   Scottsdale Auctions 2016

1965 Chevrolet Corvette 327/375 Fuel-Injected Roadster

SOLD $132,000


$140,000 - $180,000| Without Reserve



Car Highlights

One of Only 771 Fuel-Injected Corvettes Built for 1965
Factory Options Include Power Brakes, Hardtop, Teak Wheel, Comfort and Convenience Group, and Off-Road Exhaust
Exacting Restoration by Noted Corvette Specialist Dennis Hakim
Bloomington Gold Certified, CCAS Trim Tag and Plenum Certificates
NCRS Top Flight and Duntov Mark of Excellence Award Winner

Technical Specs

327 CID L84 OHV V-8 Engine
Rochester Fuel Injection
375 HP at 6,200 RPM
4-Speed Manual Gearbox
4-Wheel Vacuum-Assisted Hydraulic Disc Brakes
Independent Front Suspension with Coil-Over Shock Absorbers
Independent Rear Suspension with Transverse Leaf Spring and Shock Absorbers
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Completed at GM’s St. Louis plant in November 1964, this Corvette Roadster was factory-equipped with a top-of-the-line, fuel-injected engine, coupled to a four-speed gearbox and 4.11:1 Positraction rear end. Delivered to Malcolm Konner Chevrolet in Paramus, New Jersey, finished in Rally Red with black upholstery and a white top, this Corvette was originally equipped with a hardtop, teak steering wheel, power brakes, AM/FM radio, and off-road exhaust.

The first known owner, Richard Goode of Lincroft, New Jersey, purchased the Corvette in 1971. It remained in his hands until 2001, when it was sold to the consignor, a respected Los Angeles-area collector. Between 2001 and 2003, Dennis Hakim of Ventura, California, performed a meticulous, body-off restoration in which originality was paramount. Once restored, the roadster earned Bloomington Gold Certification, three NCRS Top Flight awards, and the prestigious Duntov Mark of Excellence, the club’s highest award.

Beautifully presented, with just 1,000 miles since restoration, this exceptional Corvette is offered with the correct tools, jack, owner’s manual, and radio card, as well as receipts dating to 1971. The exhaustive file of documentation includes restoration photos, a list of important ID numbers, award certificates, and Al Grenning’s CCAS certificates for the trim tag and fuel injection plenum. With fewer than 200 Fuel-Injected 1965 Roadsters known to survive today, this magnificently restored example is among the very best of a rare breed.