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C2 Corvette Category
C2 Corvette Category: The C2 Chevrolet Corvette spans from 1963 to 1967. This is our C2 Corvette category. You will find articles and features relating to the C2 Corvette.
Here’s an overview of the second generation of Corvettes with a lot of great history.
Every wonder how many C2 Corvettes were made?
- 1963 – 21,513
- 1964 -22,229
- 1965 – 23,564
- 1966 – 27,720
- 1967- 22,940
The total production for the C2 Corvette was 117,966 models.
Find out more about the History Of The C2 Corvette by Year Groups:
- 1963 Corvette Information and Features
- 1964 Corvette Information and Features
- 1965 Corvette Information and Features
- 1966 Corvette Information and Features
- 1967 Corvette Information and Features
Introduction to the 1963 Corvette Grand Sport Lightweight The 1963 Corvette Grand Sport is a name that resonates with power, innovation, and a distinguished place in the annals of automotive and racing history. This article takes you on a journey through the story of one of the most iconic vehicles ever produced by Chevrolet, emphasizing
Embark on a journey through automotive history with our in-depth exploration of the 1963 Corvette Stingray, a true masterpiece of American innovation. Discover the meticulous craftsmanship, design brilliance, and engineering marvels that define its enduring legacy.
Delve into the intricacies of Restomod and Pro Touring for your classic Corvette. Choose the perfect blend of style, performance, and affordability. Check out Robert Smith’s 1967 Corvette Resto Mod Roadster.
Experience the Perfect Fusion of Vintage Design and Modern Performance – Introducing the 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Custom Coupe Restomod. Find out more about this automotive masterpiece set to captivate at the Mecum Kissimmee Auction in 2024!
Discover the history and unique features of the 1963 Harley Earl Corvette Convertible, an iconic vehicle designed by one of the most influential automotive stylists in history. Learn how this one-of-a-kind car changed hands and was eventually recognized as a GM factory special.
Step into the illustrious world of automotive history as we unveil the rare and legendary 1967 L88 Corvettes. From triumphant victories to storied mishaps, these twelve iconic vehicles encapsulate a chapter of racing heritage and individuality that continues to captivate enthusiasts worldwide.
Explore Peter Brock’s rise from a young enthusiast enamored by cars in Northern California to his pioneering contributions at GM Styling and Shelby American, culminating in an enduring legacy that continues to shape automotive design and racing.
Explore Vette Vues Magazine’s detailed guide: Correct C2 Corvette Paint Colors by Model Year. Restore your C2 Corvette’s authenticity with precision, discovering the vibrant spectrum of hues unique to each production year from 1963 to 1967.
1965 Pilot Line Corvette Valued at $900,000 to 1.2 Million! What makes this special 1965 Pilot Line Corvette so unique? It has the perfect blend of performance, history, and pedigree. This 1965 Corvette Sting Ray “Pilot Line” Convertible, Serial No. 003, is the first non-competition Corvette ever to receive a Mark IV big-block engine and