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FOR SALE: 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe

This beautifully restored 1965 Chevrolet Corvette coupe with fuel injection is currently listed for auction on AutoHunter.

Originally built in November 1964 at the Chevrolet plant in St. Louis, Missouri, this Corvette holds a special place in history. It is one of only 771 fuel-injected 1965 Corvettes ever manufactured, and it’s even rarer as a fuel-injected coupe. It represents the inaugural year of the second-generation Corvette, which introduced the availability of four-wheel disc brakes. Additionally, it marks the final year in which fuel injection was offered.

The restoration process painstakingly revived the car’s body in its original Milano Maroon color (paint code MM). The exterior boasts a range of noteworthy features, including a professionally applied ceramic coating, chrome split bumpers, pop-up headlights, front fender vents, a driver-side mirror, bright trim, a power antenna, and dual exhaust outlets. The 15-inch Kelsey-Hayes turbine-style wheels sport knock-off center caps and are wrapped in P225/75R15 Goodyear Viva 2 whitewall radial tires.

Step inside the cabin, and you’ll find Saddle leather (trim code 421) bucket seats complemented by matching colors for the headliner, dashboard, door panels, trim, and carpeting. The interior is equipped with various amenities, such as a telescoping steering column, a wood-rimmed steering wheel, an AM/FM radio, the original analog clock, vent windows, power windows, and lap belts.

Important vehicle information is conveniently displayed on a 160-mph speedometer, 7,000-rpm tachometer, and gauges for fuel level, battery, oil pressure, and coolant temperature. The five-digit odometer currently reads 59,590 miles, although the actual mileage of this vehicle remains unknown.

According to the seller, this Corvette boasts a numbers-matching drivetrain. It is powered by an L84 327cid V8 engine, featuring a Rochester fuel injection unit and solid lifters. The engine is paired with a Muncie M20 four-speed manual gearbox and a 3:36:1 Positraction rear end. In its original form, this engine produced an impressive 375 horsepower when new.

There’s only 1 day left before the online auction for this fuel-injected 1965 Chevrolet Corvette coupe concludes, so you better hurry up and place your bids now on AutoHunter before this one gets away.

Source: AutoHunter