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Ridelust eBay Find: 700HP 1965 Corvette Stingray

Posted in Chevrolet, Corner Carvers, Corvette, eBay Motors, Pro-Touring by MrAngry | August 2nd, 2010 | Leave a Reply |

1965 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

Second generation Chevrolet Corvettes are considered to be some of the best looking cars ever to come out of Detroit. Starting with the highly collectible split window Stingray of 1963 and running until the end of 1967, these Corvettes are still lust-worthy even after 47 years. As most people know the Corvette is the only true American sports car. Sure there was the Mustang and later the Viper, but the one that started it all for the United States came from the bow tie boys at Chevrolet.

1965 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

Classic cars like the Corvette have a style that will never be replicated again. They have a presence and an aura about them that still make people dream about owning them. There is one problem however, and that is that by today’s standards, in stock form, these cars are absolutely terrible to drive. Now there are some of you out there that will say that this is part of their allure, but I have news for you, allure fades very quickly when you can’t stop because of shitty brakes.

1965 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

While playing around on eBay I came across this beauty that may fit the bill if you are in the market for a classic second generation Corvette that has all the power, handling and style of something that just rolled off the showroom floor. Powered by a twin-turbo 700 hp 350 cu-in small block, this beauty is sure to satisfy your need for modern power.

It’s also equipped with all the goodies you could want in the form of Vintage Air Conditioning, Wilwood brakes, massive Michelin piliot sports as well as fully customized black leather interior. The car was built by Brent Jackson Customs and looks to be a real stunner. The pictures of the car on eBay depict it as a real performer, but I think this Youtube video does it more justice than anything else.

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