The 1963 and 1964 C2 Corvettes all had 327 cu. in. engines. This standard engine produced 250 horsepower (186 kW). Optional modifications, including fuel injection, produced up to 375 horsepower or 280 kW. In 1965, the standard engine was the 396 cu. in. ?big block? V-8, which produced 425 horsepower or 317 kW. For […]
Changing your own brake pads is an easier job than many people think and a job like this is a simple way to save money. To do your own brake job you will need the following items: -A floor jack -Jackstands -Wheel wrench -Large pliers -A socket set and ratchet -Light sand paper -Small hammer […]
Changing the oil on your C2 Corvette is relatively easy. All you need are the items listed below, plus about an hour’s time and a little patience, especially if you haven’t done the job before.
1967 was planned to be the first year of the 3rd generation of the Chevrolet Corvette but due to delays in design and the launch of the new 1967 Camaro, the C3 was held off until 1968. However, General Motors made a move to make the 1967 Corvette one of the most sought after and […]
By 1966, the Corvette ?Stingray? became a major player in the American performance car market. The influx of high performance muscle cars began to affect the Corvette’s sales, so in 1966, Chevy brought out the 427 Corvette to replace the 396 cubic inch big block offered in 1965. Using a 427 cubic inch big block […]