The 1963 Corvette Sting Ray Coupe has become one of the most iconic body styles ever with its distinctive split rear window. Bill Mitchell envisioned an uninterrupted center ridge that swept the full length of the car, beginning at the center hood bulge. Extremely controversial, it was removed for the 1964 model year due to visibility and safety concerns. Another unique design feature is the complete removal of the trunk from the previous model year. In fact, no Corvette would have a trunk again until the 1998 model year! Chevy built a total of 21,315 units of the 1963 Corvette. Just under half of those were coupes, the remaining were convertibles.
Auto World has replicated this beautiful coupe in factory-matched Saddle Tan paint with a light brown and tan interior. Under the hood is the highly-detailed 327ci V8 engine.
- Detailed Engine
- Steerable Front Wheels
- Accurate Interior and Chassis
- Opening Doors and Hood