Classic Car Archive Specs, Facts, & History
Improving upon perfection, the 1964 Corvette included redesigned shock absorbers, changes to the front and rear springs, more body insulation, and revised transmission mounts and shift linkage in an effort to create a more quiet and comfortable ride.
A higher horsepower “fuelie” 327 V8 was offered producing 375hp. The 1964 saw and end to the split-window design, but opted for the traditional single-piece, mainly due to customer complaints about rear visibility.
|Engine||0 to 60 MPH||Quarter Mile||Source|
|327ci/375hp||5.6 sec||14.2 sec @ 100 mph||Motor Trend|
|L84 V8||327ci||Ram Jet Fuel Injection||375 hp||350 lb-ft|
|L76 V8||327ci||1x4bbl||365 hp||350 lb-ft|
|L75 V8||327ci||1x4bbl||300 hp||360 lb-ft|
|Base V8||327ci||1x4bbl||250 hp||350 lb-ft|
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