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1963 Corvette Roadster, NCRS Top Flight

 

 

 

Very original,Triple black, 360 h.p Fuel Injected1963 Roadster. All numbers matching, owned by the original family making this a rare one owner car. Recieved a NCRS 2nd Flight award in 2014 at regional meet with a score of 93.8. Minor corrections were made and in 2016 achieved NCRS Top Flight with a score of 95.9 at a chapter meet. Great running and driving car that presents a unique opportuinity to own a very original american classic

 

1956 Corvette, Bloomington Gold NCRS Top Flight

 

Price: $148,900

 

 

This is an ultra rare #1 condition 1956 Corvette both tops Roadster with the optional factory equipped RPO 449 special high-lift camshaft Duntov racing engine with 240 hp and all engine numbers correct and matching. This absolutely stunning recently completed and totally documented frame-off nut and bolt concourse restoration will satisfy the most discerning Corvette buyer.

 

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1965 Corvette Roadster, Duntov Reicipient

 

 

 

Maroon with a black interior and Beige top this beautiful and very high caliber car! It has won just about every award possible including; Blomington Gold, NCRS Top Flight, Triple Spinner and the prestigous Duntov award. All numbers and dates matching. Factory installed side pipes, knock-offs, gold line tires and the color combination make this a very desireable car.

 

Price: $89,000

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This car is an extremely unique opportunity. With 9,134 Miles and only ever dealer owned this car is flawless! From interior to mechanical and body this car is exactly what you would expect from a 9,000 mile car. The LS2 6.0 engine is rated at 400HP, Automatic transmission with paddle shifters. Artic white exterior with titanium grey interior. Removable targa top and chome wheels, this car is a sharp package!

 

2007 Corvette Coupe, Low miles   Mint!

 

     Price: 28,500

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1961 Corvette Fuelie, Big Brake     

315hp (fuelie), RPO-687 Big brake/Heavy duty suspension, (one of only 233 produced). Factory race package consisting of: Heavy Duty brakes; finned brake drums,cooling fans, metallic brake shoes, air scoops and deflectors. Heavy Duty suspension; heavy stabilizer bar, special springs and shocks, heavy rear end, fast steering adapter and wide wheel package. Special factory race prep including very rare heater delete, radio delete and soft top delete. Fuel injected engine

   

Price: $147,500

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1966 Corvette Roadster

Beautiful car that underwent an extensive frame off restoration here at Twin Oaks, where no expense was spared to make this car flawless. 427, numbers matching, Black with red interior, knock offs and gold line tires make this an extremely desireable car. The quality of the car is on a level that is second to none. Every detail was replicated as it would have been form the factory. With the color combination, big block and level of restoration this is a tremendous car and will make an excellent investment. 

Price: $198,000

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1963 Corvette Fuel Injected Coupe

Silver with black interior, 360 h.p fuel injected numbers matching engine,off-road exhaust, split window coupe. This is a beautiful car that has all of the right pieces to make it an extremely good investment. It has been completley restored under the hood with engine and fuel injection rebuild. The interior has been detailed with new carpet, trip panels and mouldings. The rear differential was rebulit along with a new correct off-road exhaust system.    

Price: 126,000

Twin Oaks Certified Corvettes

What should you look for when buying a Corvette? In real estate the saying is location, location, location. When investing in a Corvette it's all about desirability. There is just no subsitute for the right combination of engine, options and trim package. The bottom line is that a Corvette that properly equipped will always be more valuable than one that not. There were nearly endless combinations of options and trim offered from 1953-1967 so be discriminating and choose carefully. Are all rare cars are valuable? Definitely not. Some cars are rare because there wasn't much demand for them when they were new and they would not make good investments today.

Quality is the other main factor to consider. Once a car is deemed desireable the next item to look at is the overall quality of the car. Lets face it, many of these cars have had tough lives. Cars with incorrect engines and mechanical components, that were rusty, that have had frame damage or significant body repairs rarely have the integrity that you would want to invest in. All of these old Corvettes have become valuable and deserving or not, they have been pieced together, painted over and many look deceptively good. It is nearly impossible to properly evaluate a car unless you have extensive experience. We are here to provide only the highest quality cars and to insure that you have a great buying experience and help you avoid a very costly mistake.

 

What it different about buying a car from Twin Oaks? We offer the same distinction of quality and authenticity in the cars that we sell as in the cars that we restore. We certify only cars that that meet our uncompromising standards of desireibility and quality and that we believe will make the best investments. When we put our name behind a car you can rest assured that you are getting one of the highest grade Corvettes avaliable. We are approached and candidate many cars to potentially sell for every one that we accept and Twin Oaks certify. We partner with clients to offer some of the finest Corvettes and best investments available. We invite you to look for yourself and see the difference!