Items Needed: Oil (Check your owners manual for the proper amount and type) Oil Filter (If your manual doesn’t tell you a filter size, check your local parts store) Floor Jack Jack Stands Catch Pan Paper Towels Wrench or Socket Set for the oil plug Oil Filter Wrench (Not needed, but it can be helpful)

The Chevrolet Corvette C3 was launched in 1968 and the sleek new body style was based on the 1965 Mako Shark II Concept.  By 1968 the Chevrolet Corvette had become a mainstay in the American performance car market but the introduction of the C3 Corvette rocketed the Chevrolet sports car to stardom.  Running from 168 […]

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 […]

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