After getting a darn-good look at the 1966 Sting Ray featured in the video after the jump, claims that the C2 Corvette might be one of the best ‘Vette generations ever are pretty hard to dispute.
I thought I’d outgrown the idea of putting up posters of cars on the wall, but this one of a Corvette patent filed by GM in 1966 has certainly changed my mind.
If there’s one thing that really irks me, it’s someone taking something that isn’t theirs, but when that something is a classic Corvette, it really pisses me off.
This Corvette Raffle just came across our desk, and given how Corvette Forum members always like to help out a worthy cause, we figured we’d pass it on. Check out all the details below. Saint Bernard Classic Corvette Giveaway: 2012 TICKETS ON SALE FOR EDITION XXIV Less than 3,000 Opportunities still available Only 4 weeks […]
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 […]