When the 1963 Corvette first appeared, it was obvious that the engineers had cut many of the carâ€™s ties to the pastâ€”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 â€™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.