Car Catcher: A 1964 Corvette Race Car With Over 30 Years of Documented History

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There may not be an actual Easy Button when it comes to getting into vintage racing, but this 1964 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe B Production race car may be the next best thing.

Powered by a 327-cubic-inch V8 prepared by Tom Armstrong, the Corvette has run at a number of events including the Wine Country Classic and the Daytona 24 Hour Classic.

Currently fitted with a four-speed Muncie transmission, four-wheel-disc brakes and a 3.90:1 gear set—said to be ideal for Sears Point, Thunderhill and Laguna Seca—plus a 3.08:1 ring and pinion noted as being “perfectly suited for running at Daytona up to 160 mph.”

In 2013, a new fire suppression system was added, and the brakes and differential were serviced. More recently, in 2019, the 327 was rebuilt, with numerous internal upgrades that included pistons, valves, valve springs, cylinder heads and head gaskets. The listing notes that the engine was then dyno tested, where it put out “numbers in the mid to high 400 hp.”

For sale for $65,000, you can find this 1964 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe B Production race car available through Fantasy Junction.

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