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 […]

1963 was ?year 1? for production of the second generation Corvette. It took its inspiration from a previous concept car called the ?Q Corvette,? designed by Chuck Pohlmann and Peter Brock. The C2 vehicle had an all-new look and styling compared to the first generation Corvette, with improved handling characteristics, more power and a novel […]

The 1962 Corvette had many features in common with previous models. And it had a few that made it unique. The car had a solid rear axle — Chevrolet did not introduce independent rear suspension until 1963. The 1962 Corvette also had a V-8 engine. (The last inline six-cylinder engine, the ?Blue Flame,? was installed […]

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 […]