For Sale 1966 Corvette StingRay Roadster, Car of the Month September 2011

Written by admin on September 29, 2011 – 8:36 pm -

Car of the month september 2011 is this very nice example of the 1966 Classic Corvette C2 StingRay Roadster. Very niceley restored including : 1) – mechanical restoration with new exhaust system 2) – complete body up restoration including new chrome 3) – new tires. Exterior paint is in Maroon and Black leather interior is in great shape. Specifications: - Eight Cylinder 327 Four Speed - 88,000 miles [phpbay]“1966 CHEVROLET CORVETTE STING RAY CLASSIC ROADSTER”,1, 6168, “”[/phpbay] var addthis_config = {"data_track_clickback":true,"data_track_addressbar":false,"data_track_textcopy":false,"ui_language":"en","ui_atversion":"300"}; var addthis_product = 'wpp-3.0.2';  Read More →


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New Corvette C7 gets ‘Split Window’

Written by admin on October 9, 2009 – 9:08 pm -

Only one model year the Corvette had the famous ‘Split Window’. Despite of that the ‘Split Window’ got famous and now it will be used on the C7.  We saw a preview of the car in the movie Transformers. ‘That won’t be the new Corvette’ GM’s chief design Ed Welburn said, ‘but you can count on it that the Split Window will be used on the new model’. Because of new techniques like rear view camera’s and systems warning for cars hidden in a blind spot the problem of the poor sight will be solved. Corvette C7 split window The first Corvette ‘Split Window’ was built in 1963. Because there were a lot of teammembers against this concept the rear window was changed in 1964. Nevertheless the ‘Split Window’ has been very popular. Because of new political demands on fuel consumption, the Corvette C7 won’t be bigger and stronger than the C6. The C7 will be lighter and will get special tires in order... more


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Classic Corvette C2

Written by admin on February 19, 2009 – 5:40 pm -

In 1962 Chevrolet presented the second generation Corvette, the Corvette Stingray C2. It got a new look with a longer nose and the characteristic headlight as seen on the 1959 Chevrolet Stingray racer. GM-design boss Bill Mitchell and his assistent Larry Shinoda designed the car. Like its predecessor the bodywork is made out of glass fibre to save weight. Special for this car is the independent suspension. Spectacular is the in 1966 released 427-edition with a 6999 cc V8 engine which produces 425 hp. It accelerates in about 5 seconds to 70 mph and its topspeed is 153 mph. Famous is the ‘split-window’. The production of the C2 ended in 1968 with the introduction of the C3. By then 117,964 C2′s were produced.  Read More →


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