1963 Corvette Grand Sport

Superformance Coupe

Stock # CGS0015

$189,950

Location: Hillbank Irvine
Chassis #
CGS0015
Engine
Lingenfelter LT-4
Transmission
Manual
Miles
886

Overview

1963 Corvette Grand Sport Superformance Coupe

*Corvette Grand Sport $114,900
*Corvette Grand Sport Paint Scheme $4,000
*Touring Interior (Black Leather) $1,850
*Rear Tail circular cutouts “8” & fender vertical slots “4” $850
*Stainless Steel Side Pipes $2,500
*Power Windows $1,000
*Air Conditioning $3,750
*Non-Functional Differential Oil Cooler on Rear Deck $1,250
*17"Front and 18" Rear Aluminum Pin Drive Wheels with Tires $5,000
*In tank LS3 Fuel Pump $1,250
*Dealer Preparation & Destination Charges $1,000
*Total Price of Chassis: $137,350

*Engine Information:
*Lingenfelter LT-4 640HP with Engine Controller $18,000
*Tremec T-56 Magnum 6 Speed $3,950
*Installation Parts and Labor (Dry Sump) $16,000
*LT-4 Additional Parts (ECU, Fuel System, ETC) $9,650
*Dry Sump Parts (Tank and Lines) $4,600

*Total for Completed Grand Sport: $191,000

*Discounted Demo Price $189,950

*Corvette Grand Sport $114,900
*Corvette Grand Sport Paint Scheme $4,000
*Touring Interior (Black Leather) $1,850
*Rear Tail circular cutouts “8” & fender vertical slots “4” $850
*Stainless Steel Side Pipes $2,500
*Power Windows $1,000
*Air Conditioning $3,750
*Non-Functional Differential Oil Cooler on Rear Deck $1,250
*17"Front and 18" Rear Aluminum Pin Drive Wheels with Tires $5,000
*In tank LS3 Fuel Pump $1,250
*Dealer Preparation & Destination Charges $1,000
*Total Price of Chassis: $137,350

*Engine Information:
*Lingenfelter LT-4 640HP with Engine Controller $18,000
*Tremec T-56 Magnum 6 Speed $3,950
*Installation Parts and Labor (Dry Sump) $16,000
*LT-4 Additional Parts (ECU, Fuel System, ETC) $9,650
*Dry Sump Parts (Tank and Lines) $4,600

*Total for Completed Grand Sport: $191,000

*Discounted Demo Price $189,950

Included Options

In late 1962 Chevrolet chief engineer Zora Arkus Duntov set out to build a production run of 125 purpose built Corvette racecars with the ultimate goal of winning the GT class at the 24 Hours of LeMans. Inside Duntov's shop, the project was known as the LightWeight. As they neared completion, Chevrolet marketing christened the cars Grand Sports. After a pilot run of five cars, GM brass cancelled the project and ordered the cars destroyed. Zora put away the first two cars, and sent serial #'s 003, 004 & 005 to John Mecom of Houston, Texas. John sold the three cars to Texans Alan Sevadjian, Delmo Johnson, and Jim Hall respectively. Now, Superformance has been graced with a License from GM to continue building these incerdible Corvettes. CGS0015 is painted Red with White Grand Sport Paint Scheme. 17" Front and 18" Pin Drive Aluminum Halibrand Style Wheels with R Compound Tires. The engine is an LT-4 pounding out over 650HP. The Drivetrain is finished with a Tremec T-56 Magnum 6 Speed Manual leading to a period style C-2 Locking Diff with period correct Grand Sport case. This Grand Sport is finished with all of touring features: Leather Interior, High Back Seats, Power Windows, Air Conditioning, Power Steering, and Full Carpet. CGS0015 is availabel for $189,950. Please contact us by either phone or email [Email Dealer] or (949) 900-1960. Vehicle and priced and pictured as Featured in Vette Magazine: http://www.superchevy.com/features/1712-1963-corvette-grand-sport-superformance-continuation-coupe/ Price: $189,950

Corvette Grand Sport Superformance Coupe offered at

$189,950

Financing

Monthly Payment

$1,712.83

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