Corvettes, like all sports cars, have low centers of gravity, so when you’ve got a ‘Vette on three wheels, you’re doing some hard driving.
Chimney Rock, Angels Window in the Grand Canyon, Cumberland Gap, Mount Rainier — just a sampling of some of the best sights in America … oh, and this 1965 Corvette Sting Ray 327/365 factory air-conditioned coupe. My eyeballs want to stick to this car like sap on a maple tree.
Back in 2006 and 2007 ProTeam Corvette Sales purchased, restored, and sold the last 1967 Corvette produced. The Last Sting Ray fetched $660,000 at the 2007 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction and was the subject of a series on SPEED. Proteam has an article on their website about the very first Corvette Sting Ray, a silver 1963 [...]
Bulgarian design studio Vilner is renowned for injecting significant doses of individuality into the cars they modify. From reworked Bentley Continental GTs to Smart cars, Vilner is unafraid to work its magic on any section of the automotive market, new or vintage. The most recent car to get a Vilner makeover: a Bulgarian-registered C3 Corvette. […]
Although it’s been hidden in a barn for the past twelve years, it’s technically not a barn find as the owner (original owner, that is) of this ’66 Sting Ray knew it was there. According to the reddit original poster his grandpa, the owner, “needed to get the frame worked on. He gave it to […]