Seven Hills Motorcars is
Cincinnati's premier Corvette specialist anda licensed and
registered auto dealer by the State of Ohio. With many years of
focused experience we specialize in 1957 to 1982 Corvettes and other GM
classics. There is no other dealership that can better meet your needs
if you would like to buy, sell, or just find out more information about
your Corvette, Cadillac, Camaro, or Trans Am. Founded in 2005, this is
a very focused operation. We do it because we enjoy it. We are a
collectors and enthusiasts; therefore we look for cars that excite us.
I do not purchase at dealer auctions; each car is hand picked because it
is special or rare and because we like it.
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Seven Hills Motorcars is
very proud to offer this numbers
matching 1964 L75 Corvette in beautiful condition with
only 66,110 original miles. It
looks greats, runs great, and is an nice driver that is ready to be
enjoyed. This Corvette has very desirable features such as the L75
327ci engine, 4-Speed transmission, and sidepipes. The car is finished in
the beautiful and highly sought-after color combination of Daytona
Blue over Dark Blue Vinyl.
This is the correct and original color scheme as verified by the
codes on the trim tag pictured below. The low original mileage is
verified not only by the condition of the car, but also the
Ohio title, pictured below, showing the mileage as "Actual."
Please peruse all of the photos, numbers, video, and information
below to get a true sense of this Corvette.
We purchased this Corvette along with a restored 1969 L79
Corvette convertible from a collector and hardcore Corvette
enthusiast. He stated that he had driven the car over 700
miles in the past few months. He also said that he recently
spent over $6,000 on the car for work including a complete
rebuild of the transmission, all new wheels and tires, and
We feel as if our asking price for this Corvette is very
reasonable and that the car is definitely priced to sell. It
is difficult to find any "Mid Year" or C2 Corvette for
anything under $40,000, let along an example like this car
that is a nice driver with low original miles, matching
numbers, 4-speed transmission, and a beautiful original
As a side note, this Corvette is not a dealer auction vehicle. We hand pick each car after careful inspection. Our
Corvettes come from owners who expect their cars to go to someone
that will give the vehicle the same care and attention as they did. We invite and encourage you to examine the car in person or have the
car inspected. Please take the time to scrutinize each
picture. We photograph each vehicle to the greatest extent so
you can feel confident about your purchase. If you have a
question about the Corvette, just give us a call.
Please note when checking the numbers that not only do the correct
stampings and casting numbers appear on the parts, but all of the
dates are also chronologically correct. This means that all of
the parts were made and assembled in the correct order. For
example, all of the dates for the individual engine components and
the engine casting date should obviously precede the assembly date
of the engine because the parts had to be produced before they could
be assembled. All of the parts I checked follow this rule and
are dated correctly.
The first digit, "4," indicates the model year, 1964. The
third digit, "8," indicates the car came with a V8 engine.
The "67" is the body style, 2-door convertible. The "S" is
the plant where the car was produced, St. Louis. The last
five digits are a sequence number so this is the 15,045th
Corvette made for 1964.
Body Build Date
For an A. O. Smith body
"C" corresponds to March, and the 27 is the twenty-seventh day
of the month meaning this Corvette's build date is March 27,
"F" means the engine was build in the Flint, MI plant.
The "04" is the fourth month of year and the "0I" is the
first day of the month meaning the engine was assembled
April 1, 1964.
This means the motor was intended for a 327ci 300hp L75 Corvette with a
manual transmission, which is correct for this car.
Engine Block Casting Number
The engine block has the correct 3782870 casting number.
Engine Block Casting Date
B 8 4
February, "8" is the eighth day of the month, and "4" is
the last digit of the calendar year so the engine block was cast on
February 8, 1964.
Which is correct as it predates the assembly date of the
Transmission Main Case Casting Number
The main case of the transmission has the correct 3851325 casting number.
Transmission Date Code
The "P" is the prefix that indicates this as a
Muncie 4-Speed Transmission. The "01" is the first month of the
year and the "22" is the twenty-second day of the month so this
transmission was assembled on January 22, 1964.
Intake Manifold Casting Number
The intake manifold has the correct 3844459 casting number
for a L75 Corvette.
There is a 3721SB number stamped on the tag that is attached
to the carburetor. This would be the correct carburetor for
a 1965 L75 Corvette with a manual transmission, but not
correct for a 1964.
Carburetor Chevrolet Part Number
The carburetor has the correct Chevrolet part number stamped
on the pad of the tag attached to the carburetor.
Carburetor Main Body Casting #
The main body of the carburetor has the correct 1552 casting
Carburetor Air Horn Casting #
The air horn has the correct 6 1518 casting number.
The distributor is correct with a 1111024 stamping on the band.
Distributor Date Code
The "4" is the last digit of the calendar year, the "B"
denotes February, and "24" is the twenty-fourth day of the
month meaning the distributor was made on February 24, 1964.
Bell Housing Casting Number
The clutch housing has the correct 3840383 casting number
for a small block Corvette.
Expansion Tank Number
The Harrison aluminum coolant expansion tank has the
correct 3155416 number.
Expansion Tank Date Code
The "64" is the year and "C" is the third month of the year
so the expansion tank was made in March of 1964.
CB 2 16 64
"CB" is a code the that indicates the differential has a
3.36:1 gear ration and posi-traction. The "2" is the second
month of the year, the "16" is the sixteenth day of the
month, and 1964 is the year. This means this posi-traction
rear end was made on February 16,1964.
information obtained from Alan A. Colvin's Corvette by the Numbers
and Mike Antonick's Corvette Black Book.
Blue exterior is in decent driver condition. The chrome and
other bright work on the car shows well overall with no major cloudiness. Both doors open and shut
easily. The brand new reproduction knock off wheels with brand
new white wall tires look spectacular and really set this car
apart from the rest. The wheels have absolutely no curb rash or
wear and look brand new. The tires have nearly 100% tread left.
As one can see in the photos the paint shows its age, but it has
a nice patina and most importantly it is the original color.
This Corvette looks just in person as it
does in the photos.
The Dark Blue interior of the Corvette
is in outstanding condition. The seats look lovely with no holes, splits, or
excessive wear. They are not worn in the typical area where
the driver gets in and out. The carpet is in great condition with no
major stains, rips, or holes.
chrome and other bright work inside the car has a nice
finish and looks good overall. The
dash and console are in great condition with no fading or sun
damage. The gauge faces are nice and clean and the lenses
are crisp and clear. The car still retains its original radio.
It does not work, but most
importantly the dash has never been cut or modified for an
aftermarket installation. The door panels are in
excellent condition, fit to
the door well, the door pulls are solid, and there no
cracks on the arm pads.
The gauges work with the obvious exception of the clock. The
odometer works properly, but the speedo needle gets stuck
sometimes. Corvette interiors are not known the wear well and the excellent condition of this
interior with so many years on it is a testament to the
meticulous care this car has received throughout it's life.
looks just as good in person as it does in the photos.
Corvette seems to be in good mechanical condition. The car
starts right away, runs well, and idles well. The car
is an nice driver that feels great on the road and at highway
speeds. In the video below one can see the car accelerating on
the highway up to about 70mph, shifting thought all the gears,
braking to stoplight, accelerating away, and going through some
curves. Please note that it shifts properly, there are no
strange vibrations, and the car performs quite well overall. There is
no blue smoke when starting or driving the car. The
transmission shifts well and does not pop out of gear. The
clutch works well and lets off close to the floor. The previous
owner said that the flywheels was resurfaced and the clutch was
replaced when the transmission was rebuilt this year. The brakes are
responsive and have many new components; they could stand to be adjusted since they do pull a bit under braking. This
Corvette has plenty of power and is quite fast. Also, the engine
compartment is beautifully clean and detailed as one can see in
The horn works as
do all the exterior lights, interior lights, indicators, and parking brake. Both headlights go up and
down properly and with no binding the mechanism, which
is a very common problem on this era Corvette. Their
complete operation can be viewed in the video below.
blower for the heater works on all sspeeds. Also, the
vent selector works properly and blows air from
defroster and heater vents correctly. Not enough can be said as to how much of a pleasure it is
to drive this car.
this 1964 Corvette is in excellent driver condition.
It has a great look with the new wheels and a very desirable and
beautiful original color combination. Numbers matching is extremely important in Corvette
pricing and as one can see above this car is very original and
correct. We have this Corvette priced to sell. Mid-year (C2)
Corvettes are, and will continue to be, the most collectable and
desirable Corvette generation. The value
of these cars has gone up exponentially in recent years. They
are all solid investments for a collector. While this is not a
Bloomington Gold or NCRS Top Flight restoration, it is a very
nice driver. This
Corvette always gets a ton of attention driving down the
road. It is very apparent that the vehicle has been well
taken care of by its previous owners. One could easily enjoy this vehicle for
several years and sell it for more than the purchase
price with minimal effort.
Thank you for looking and please email or
call with any questions.
For a fourteen minute video of the car starting, running, a walk around,
function check, and test drive on the road and highway please
majority of cars sold by Seven Hills Motorcars are shipped
across the country or even across the world to their new owners. Therefore, we are very familiar with the shipping process and
glad to help our customers with it. We are more than happy
to assist in having your car transported to anywhere in world. For our domestic customers in the United States we can handle
the entire process in-house without the need or added expense
for a shipping broker. Please feel free to contact us for
a shipping quote.