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1964 Corvette Grand Sport Recreation

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- 1964 Corvette Convertible VIN # 40867S112890
- Real deal C2 Corvette
- Custom built into a Grand Sport racer recreation at great expense
- Custom bodywork that mimics the ultra-rare 1964 Corvette Grand Sport race car
- 3,853 miles shown
- Runs, sounds & drives great
- Strong running rebuilt 350 Chevrolet V8
- Edelbrock aluminum intake manifold & air cleaner
- Long tube headers
- Custom race-spec side pipes
- Corvette finned valve covers with red accents
- Chrome alternator
- Braided lines
- Rebuilt Muncie 4-speed transmission
- Power steering
- Power 4-wheel disc brakes
- Polished racing mag wheels with real Halibrand spinners
- BF Goodrich Radial TA white letter tires
- Riverside red exterior with excellent paint
- Red interior with reupholstered seats
- Custom low profile plexiglass racing windshield as found on the factory Grand Sport race car
- Original Corvette gauge cluster has been retained with factory 6500 RPM tachometer
- Custom race-spec rear view mirror mounted on dash
- Custom door panels that mimic the race car
- Corvette racing steering wheel
- Aftermarket stereo head unit mounted in the glove box
- Custom trunk as found on the real Grand Sport race cars that has been finished with carpet
- Racing style fuel door
- Functional rear brake cooling ducts
- Grand Sport taillights and lightening holes
- Grand Sport II emblem on rear
- Very clean undercarriage reflecting a low mile car
- Believed to be the Mid America Corvette promo car

When the father of the Corvette, Zora Arkus-Duntov, was tasked with designing a Corvette to compete with the mighty Shelby Cobras on the racing circuit, his answer was developing the Grand Sport. Featuring exotic lightweight racing body work, only 5 of these iconic cars were produced and a mere 2 were converted into roadster specifications for the 1964 season. Easily the most valuable Corvette ever built, the last known example to come up for auction was bid to $4.9 million in 2009 and did not meet reserve. Estimates today value a Grand Sport at $8-10 million. This car was painstakingly created to have the head turning Grand Sport look and was built from a REAL 1964 Corvette convertible unlike others you see on the market from various replica manufacturers.