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The ‘64 Vette coupe was not remarkably different from the ’63, with the obvious exception of the rear window, which was now a solid piece. The controversial ‘split window’ of the previous year had been dropped. Also, the faux pair of hood vents on the ‘63 disappeared on the ’64 models. Overall dimensions and the body design were otherwise unchanged.



It has significant collectibility because it’s one of only 1,325 optioned with fuel-injection...a comparatively high $538.00 option. ‘Fuelies’ in ‘64 also had increase of 15hp over the ’63 models. This car was factory-optioned with power brakes, knockoff aluminum wheels, 4-speed manual transmission, leather seats, am/fm radio, & backup lights.


In early fall of 2006, this vehicle was NCRS Top Flight certified, a coveted designation certifying that the car’s restoration adhered to the highest possible standards in making it as close to original factory delivery condition as possible. Top Flight certification adds considerable value to the vehicle.





The distinctive "split" coupe rear windows were removed along with the dual fake hood vents.


4 engine variations of the 327ci engine were made available. 250hp, 300hp, 365hp, and 375hp (fuel-injected).


For a set of 5 you could have Aluminum knock off wheels at only $322. Now, a set of five would likely cost at least ten times that amount.

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