It's okay with us if this one isn't stock.
There's a weird thing with 1964 Corvettes, in that they're not nearly as valuable as other C2 years. Obviously the split windows are most valuable, but even among the single window models, the 1964 is the proverbial redheaded stepchild. This is why Paul Wolf has nicknamed his pro touring 1964 “Stepchild's Revenge,” and it is gorgeous. Paul has owned the car since 1971, and he started out using it as a daily driver for years.
He started making upgrades to the car when he threw a rod through the side of the block a few years later. But serious work started in 2006 and the results are fantastic.