When the 1963 Corvette first appeared, it was obvious that the engineers had cut many of the car’s ties to the past—the new Corvette had its own identity. No one can mistake any Corvette produced in 1962 or earlier for a 1963 model. The 1963 through 1967 Corvette Sting Ray (also known as the C2 or "midyear" Corvette) is its own creature in both styling and performance--it is different and progressive. There were major advances to the chassis, suspension, body, interior, and drivetrain. It had been redesigned and refined, with a desire to improve, not just to change. In Chevrolet Corvette: 1963 to 1967, author William Burt uses over 250 color photographs to demonstrate the striking beauty of the Sting Ray ’Vette. Burt covers the available engines, transmissions, suspension, interiors, body styles, colors, and option packages, giving you an all-in-one source for 1963-1967 Corvette information. This invaluable reference guide also includes a special chapter covering scale-model C2 Corvettes. Whether you are restoring a classic Corvette, constructing an accurate scale-model Corvette, or just enjoy these beautiful classic automobiles, Chevrolet Corvette: 1963 to 1967 has all the detailed information you need.
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