The C2 entered into its second year of production with some changes. Most notable was the absence of that split down the back of the rear window! Although the public loved the design, it was a bit difficult to see out of and Zora wanted it gone! So, it was gone. In its place was a big, slick piece of rear glass that looked great and was very easy to see out of. It might not have had that iconic split, but when it came time to parallel park, it was a welcome change! Others included an update on the interior gauges and seats and the removal of the simulated hood vents.
This very sharp ’64 has been well cared for by its previous owner; an older gentlemen who drove it only on the nicest of days. The car has very nice cosmetics and was recently treated to a new interior. The engine runs strong and the Powerglide shifts as it should. It’s equipped with radial tires and new American Racing Torq Thrust wheels for that classic ’60’s look. It’s also got power steering, power windows, factory am/fm radio and rare factory air conditioning! Even the clock works! Here’s a ’64 that you could get in and drive anywhere in comfort! And you should! Stk #5937