The Sting Ray (later spelled as one word “Stingray”) has an intriguing connection with Chevrolet Corvettes. The name was used primarily on C2 vehicles produced from 1963 through 1968. And although the Corvette is no longer called the Sting Ray and has not been so called since 1969, nonetheless the moniker will probably be remembered […]
Replacing the stock exhaust manifold with a stock manifold from a 1968 small block motor will give you the necessary mounting points. The 68 manifold is drilled and tapped on the end and will accept the late model single wire alternators such as I used on my 59 C1. You will also be able to […]
What can be more startling than to pull the hood release cable on your mid year corvette and nothing happens? Never fear, there is one cable running from the release lever (under the dash) to the release mechanism under the hood. There are hood latches on both sides of the hood so assuming the the […]
Some Nice Paint Formulas for Restorers For you weekend restoration fanatics, here are some paint info, paint numbers and formulas I’ve gathered over the years. This stuff comes in really handy when you’re doing detail work and when you want things to look correct, original, and fresh: 1. Order 3 things from Eastwood: a. 1 […]
The Chevrolet Corvette has origins in Flint, Michigan and St. Louis, Missouri, and dates back to 1953. Touted as the only sports car that America can call its own, the Chevy Vette became instantly popular and has remained so for decades with a Chevrolet Corvette C7 generation rumored to debut in 2012.