During the early 1960s, the Thunderbird was America`s number one sports car. However, this model car vas very soon swept off by the 1963 Corvette, which is a second generation Corvette. Car guys, engineers, and pilots wanted only one thing: “more performance by every measurement.” Until 1967, the Corvette became the fastest factory machine in a quarter-mile.
So, let`s refresh your memories with some specs.
1966 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray 427/425 Coupe -- Details
-- Chassis no. 194376S110901
-- 425 bhp, 427 cu. in. L72 V-8 engine with Holley four-barrel carburetor
-- Four-speed manual transmission
-- F41 special suspension,
-- Four-wheel hydraulic disc brakes.
-- Wheelbase: 98 inches
-- Genuine, matching-numbers, black-on-black “big block” Corvette
-- Two documented owners from new; accompanied by original Bill of Sale, title, and owner’s notes
-- 28,000 believed actual miles
-- Complete frame-off restoration to exacting standards of authenticity
-- Date-coded glass, shocks, and original wheels