Get some napkins because you’re about to drool and then cry with envy. Jay Leno, superstar of car collecting, has a 1963 Corvette Stingray, one of the most sought-after timeless beauties in American classics. It’s a one-year rendition that changed completely from 1962 and then changed again in 1964 and what’s more, Leno owns one of the “first half” 1963’s, meaning it’s of the first few months of production before several things changed.
Only Leno is this lucky.
He had it lovingly restored to 100% original, stock condition by a master judge and restorer, Mike McCluskey. Learn everything you could possibly want to know about this banner year in Corvette’s history from these two experts.
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