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.
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.
OK, folks, let’s pull all our resources together for this one because the unthinkable happened this past weekend at the Woodward Dream Cruise – a Corvette owner’s classic 1965 model was stolen.
Do you ever find yourself wondering what the ultimate sleeper might look like? Meet CF member SIX-5’s 1965 Corvette Stingray! Thanks to some of the most dedicated and advanced research and development processes, this beautiful beast has completed a standing mile at 196.395 mph. Yes, I wrote that correctly and yes, it’s real. SIX-5 plans […] More »
The 1965 Corvette can be defined by two words: Sting Ray. The Sting Ray edition helped define the persona and mystique of the ?Vette over the years. This was one of the most stylish and eye-catching Corvettes ever produced. The Bill Mitchell-inspired Sting Ray is what many people consider the reigning champion of good-looking Corvettes. […] More »