Classic ’65 Corvette Totes 36-Gallon Fuel Tank
Compared with the C7, which features an 18.5-gallon tank, this rare 1965 C2 sports a 36-gallon fuel hauler, almost double that of the new Stingray.
I have to say that given the option between a 2015 Corvette Z06 or 1967 Sting Ray, I’m pretty split.
Imagine this terrifying dilemma: You’ve got $229,900 sitting around in some bank account with nowhere to go. Horrifying, right? Well, I’ve found something that should put an end to that terror very quickly. It’s this 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray, and it can be yours for the everyday low price of $229,900.
We could just label it “weird,” but the fact that someone would take the engine of a 1965 Corvette and use it to power a mobile bathroom might deserve its own special category.
As GM’s top car designer, Harley Earl’s name is as synonymous with the Corvette as the name Steve Jobs is with Apple. Especially when it comes to innovation.