1968 introduced the world to the third generation of the Chevrolet Corvette, known by many as the Stingray.  The 1968 Chevrolet Corvette still carried the Stingray name in marketing campaigns but it did not display the name anywhere on the vehicle.  General Motors had tried to keep the sleek new Corvette design under wraps until […]

1967 was planned to be the first year of the 3rd generation of the Chevrolet Corvette but due to delays in design and the launch of the new 1967 Camaro, the C3 was held off until 1968.  However, General Motors made a move to make the 1967 Corvette one of the most sought after and […]

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 […]

The 1965 Corvette can be defined by two words: Sting Ray. The Sting Ray edition helped define the persona and mystique of the ?Vette over the years. This was one of the most stylish and eye-catching Corvettes ever produced. The Bill Mitchell-inspired Sting Ray is what many people consider the reigning champion of good-looking Corvettes. […]

The 1964 Corvette Sting Ray (oftentimes named as “Stingray,” although this elided name refers to a later model of the same vehicle) was part of the C2 group of Corvettes by the Chevrolet manufacturing company. The C2 title indicates that the 1964 Corvette Sting Ray belongs to the second major design group of Corvettes. The […]