Last ever split-window Corvette could be yours for half a million dollars
And it looks tremendous
First-generation Chevy Corvettes from the 1960s have always been popular with collectors and rare examples are especially sought after. This particular 1963 'Vette, no. 10,594 of 10,594 - literally the last split-window Corvette ever built - is available from eBay and it could be yours for $499,900.
The car was restored from the ground up and it now boasts a spotless Saddle Tan paintwork but don't worry, all the original chrome features have been preserved. The cabin is in excellent condition as well, with matching Saddle Tan upholstery and carpets, and chrome accents, and on top of that, you also get power steering, which actually might come in handy because under the hood, you'll find a 327ci V8, sending 340 hp to the rear wheels courtesy of a Muncie four-speed manual transmission.
The car has done 60,000 miles in total but only 100 of these miles have been put under its belt after the restoration. It's a lot money but then again you do get a spectacular vehicle in mint condition. Wouldn't you say?