Tag: 1963

Steel-bodied 1963 Corvette Rondine Still Amazing Fans After 49 Years

Here’s a trivia question for you: Has there ever been a Corvette made of anything but fiberglass? If you knew the answer is yes, then you probably know the story behind the 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Rondine, a rare prototype that was commissioned by the Italian coachbuilder Pininfarina – and was made of steel! The unique

  Comments | By - July 27, 2012

Corvette FunFest: Calling All ’63 Sting Ray Corvettes!

Mid America Motorworks has planned a monumental Golden Anniversary celebration in tribute to the 1963 Corvette Sting Ray convertible and split window coupe at Corvette Funfest 2012, Sept 13-16. Spread the word, and let’s celebrate this American icon at the Largest Corvette Party in the World! Check out www.corvettefunfest.com for more information.

  Comments | By - July 17, 2012

Wasting Away: 1963 Corvette Split Window Coupe

Here’s a sad sight for any Corvette lover. These pictures, posted on the Corvette Forum, show a 1963 Split Window Coupe that appears to have been stripped and forgotten. Unlike the 1963 SWC that was spotted on Google Street View back in 2009, we don’t have an address on this barn/field car and that’s a

  Comments | By - December 6, 2011

Barn Mystery: Information Wanted on 1963 Corvette Split-Window Coupe

Terry Michaelis from Proteam Corvette has got a mystery car on his hands and is turning to the internet to see if anyone is familiar with VIN #816, a low mile and unrestored 327/340 hp 1963 Corvette Coupe that has lived its life in the Detroit area. Have you seen this split-window? The Black on

  Comments | By - October 11, 2011

Corvette Central Kicks Off 1963 Split-Mod Restoration Project!

Corvette Central and Chris Petris, the duo behind the C4 Cutaway Corvette, have teamed up again to bring together a real cool project called the “Split Mod”. Essentially, it’s the restoration of a severely rusted 1963 Corvette Coupe. Instead of the traditional matching-numbers restoration, which would be somewhat difficult considering the car has no motor

  Comments | By - August 29, 2011

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