1965 Corvette Stingray

 

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FEATURES INCLUDE:

Goldwood Yellow

A/C 

Correct 327Ci 1967 Engine
Not Matching Numbers

Telescopic Steering Column

Rebuilt 
Aluminum Powerglide Transmission 

Holley Street Dominator Intake

Hooker Super Competition Headers

Power Steering

Power 
Disc Brakes 

Real Knock Off Wheels W/
215/70R15 UniRoyal Tires

Reupholstered W/ Real Leather 

New Meineke Mufflers 

New Edelbrock 600 CFM 
Electronic Choke Carb

New Dakota Digital Cruise Control

New Wiring Harness
Battery, Starter & Alternator

and much more...


 

Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray . This is an excellent example of the 1963-1967 C-2 Corvette, that has been beautifully restored. If you are a Corvette collector , nothing would round out a collection like this Goldwood yellow 1965 Corvette Stingray. Only 5.41% of 1965 Corvettes came in Goldwood Yellow. This car has been garage kept and pampered , this car was purchased from us back in 2009. THe car had already been restored, but since then the owner has put in over $19,100. dollars in parts , maintenance, upgrades in this beautiful 1965 Corvette Stingray . For full list scroll down for pictures.

Corvette option N11 Off Road Exhaust system only 2,468 1965 Corvettes had this. Very nicely restored car with respect to original build. This Corvette would look great in your garage. Not only is this a beautiful 65 Vette, but it is a great driver. Our seller has driven it from his home in Illinois to North Carolina and back. He said he would not be afraid to drive this car anywhere. A trio of working vertical exhaust vents in the front fenders that replaced the previous nonfunctional horizontal " speedlines " . Real Knock Off Wheels with UniRoyal tires fit perfectly on this great classic. Only 4.74% of 65 Corvettes had this option. The Chrome all around and the Goldwood Paint are in outstanding condition . All of the bonding strips are clearly felt inside of each fender which is a sign that the car is accident free.

In the engine bay sits a correct but not matching numbers 1967 327Ci Corvette engine, also in the mix is a fully rebuilt Aluminum Powerglide Transmission . The cooling system is a new full aluminum radiator. It also a has a list a new parts that include: alternator, fan clutch ,power brake booster, master cylinder, thermostat, starter, A/C evaporator core, tons of maintenance and upgraded parts too many to list . scroll down for pictures of the full list. The interior was completely gutted out right down to the wiring harness. The cabin has been fully insulated with top of the line Dynamat sound deadener . The upholstery has been fully redone and replaced with leather. It has new carpet and new trims and moldings.

This spot under the driver's door is the only area we found any issue, and it is very minor. Dakota Digital - Cruise Control GM Factory Style Turn Signal Controls. The carpet was stripped and new carpet was installed from front to back . An aftermarket speaker box was installed for better quality sound. Factory Original Soft-Ray Tinted glass all around. About 37% of Corvettes had this option . We would like to thank the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight for their unique location used at many of our photo shoots. Be sure to visit this historical museum if you find yourself in the Dallas, Texas area. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom is located only minutes away.

Four-wheel disc brakes were introduced in 1965. The brakes had a four-piston design with two-piece calipers and cooling fins for the rotors. Pads were in constant contact with the rotors, but the resulting drag was negligible and didn't affect fuel economy. Further, the light touching kept the rotors clean and didn't diminish pad life, which was, in fact, quite high: a projected 57,000 miles for the front brakes and about twice that distance for the rear binders. Total swept area for the new system was 461 square inches, a notable advance on the 328 square inches of the previous all-drum system. There was also a dual master cylinder with separate fluid reservoirs (only on models with power brakes for 1965) for the front and rear lines. Road testers rightly applauded the all-disc brakes.