NCRS Top Flight Award Winner Original matching numbers L84 327/375 HP Ram Jet fuel injected V-8 engine Original matching numbers M20 Muncie 4-speed manual transmission Ownership History since new Sold new to Michael Feltner as a graduation gift from his father James Feltner Formerly of the Bill Mock Corvette Collection Formerly personal car of Gary Naber Naber Brothers comprehensive restoration Engine verification paperwork Protect-O-Plate 1 of 771 fuel injected 1965 Corvettes produced Rally Red Paint Red Vinyl Interior Extensive factory options N32 Teakwood steering wheel N36 Telescopic Steering column U69 AM/FM Radio A01 Soft Ray tinted glass C07 auxiliary hardtop N14 Side exhaust G81 4.56:1 rear end P48 cast aluminium Knock-off wheels Original knock-off wheels Owner's manual Center spread feature in Fuelies Forever magazine Extensive factory options include the N32 teakwood steering wheel, N36 telescopic steering column, U69 AM/FM radio, A01 Soft Ray-tinted glass, C07 auxiliary hardtop, N14 side exhaust and G81 4.56:1 Positraction rear end. Riding on the original P48 cast aluminum knock-off wheels, this high-specification, highly equipped 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray Convertible includes engine verification paperwork, the Protect-O-Plate and the owner's manual. A former center spread feature subject of Fuelies Forever magazine, it is an excellent example of the legendary fuel-injected Corvette Sting Ray Despite its hard-earned racing glory, the fuel-injected RPO L84 327/375 HP engine was retired from the Corvette option list after 1965. Just 771 Sting Rays were so equipped for 1965 at an additional $538. Benefiting handsomely from comprehensive restoration to NCRS Top Flight Award-winning standards by the marque experts the Naber Brothers in Houston, Texas, this Rally Red over red 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray Convertible proudly retains its original matching-numbers L84 327/375 HP Ramjet fuel-injected V-8 engine and original matching-numbers Muncie M20 4-speed manual transmission. Offered with ownership history since new, it was sold new to Michael Feltner as a graduation gift from his father, James Feltner. Subsequent provenance includes former ownership in the noted Corvette collection of Bill Mock, and it was once the personal car of Gary Naber. From its late-1962 introduction and throughout production, the second-generation 1963-67 Corvette Sting Ray marked a quantum leap forward. Carefully groomed by Corvette Chief Engineer Zora Arkus-Duntov and his dedicated staff, the Corvette Sting Ray featured all-independent suspension from launch and was endowed with the stopping power of 4-wheel disc brakes by 1965. Adding in the progressively more powerful fuel-injected 327 CI V-8 engine and fast-growing competition options from the factory made the String Ray virtually track-ready with proper preparation
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