Tag: 1967

The Corvette King of Napoleon, Ohio

Corvette fanatics probably think they have died and gone to heaven when they walk into the showroom at ProTeam Corvette Sales. And little wonder. Owner’s Terry Michaelis and his brother Fred – who have been in the Corvette hobby since the early 1970s, when they first began buying and fixing up used models – currently

  Comments | By - May 16, 2012

Take One Giant Leap with Neil Armstrong’s 1967 Corvette

Every little kid at some point in his or her life wanted to be an astronaut at one time or another. Only a very few actually end up living out there spacey dreams. Neil Armstrong did just that when he became the first person to step on the moon in July of 1969. Unfortunately, you

  Comments | By - May 3, 2012

Two Corvettes Make InsideLine 100 Most Beautiful Cars of All Time List

Two Corvettes have made the list of the 100 Most Beautiful Cars of All Time as selected by John Pearley Huffman of Edmunds’ insideline.com. Huffman put the 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe in the No. 4 slot, saying “the fastback roof is perfectly tapered over ridgeback fenders and flatline wheelwells. The gills in the front fenders

  Comments | By - March 16, 2012

The Baddest Corvette of Them All: The L88 Stingray

Many people consider the L88 Stingray, manufactured between 1967 and 1969, to be the baddest and biggest Corvette ever built. This vehicle sported a comprehensive racing package, including big block V8 with solid-lifters and special Can-Am-spec cylinder heads. It was one of the first vehicles in the Corvette line to be manufactured specifically with racing […] More »

  Comments | By - July 11, 2011

The C2 Corvette: A Legend in the Making

  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 […] More »

  Comments | By - April 19, 2011

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