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"THE EARLIEST C3 TO EXIST" 1968 VIN #00002 The Earliest C3 Known to Exist High level Body Off Restoration Corvette Bronze Exterior Dark Orange Vinyl Interior Original Matching Numbers Drivetrain with CCAS Affirmation 327/350hp L79 Muncie M21 4 Speed Transmission Original No Hit Body Ownership History from New Original Protecto Plate, Owner's Manual, Radio Card, etc. First 15 1968 Corvette Shipp...
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1980 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe The C3 Corvette, built between 1968 and 1982, was the third generation of Chevrolet's venerable Corvette sports car. Occasionally seen as polarizing, the C3 garnered both praise and criticism for its radical design, purpose and driving dynamics. Expectations were huge when the model launched. Zora Arkus-Duntov and Billy Mitchell, the second generation C2 Corvette d...
1980 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe The C3 Corvette, built between 1968 and 1982, was the third generation of Chevrolet's venerable Corvette sports car. Occasionally seen as polarizing, the C3 garnered both praise and criticism for its radical design, purpose and driving dynamics. Expectations were huge when the model launched. Zora Arkus-Duntov and Billy Mitchell, the second generation C2 Corvette d...
1978 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe To mark the Corvettes 25th Anniversary, some notable improvements were made. The 1978 Corvettes had a new fastback roofline and rear window. These changes enhanced the Corvette's sleek silhouette. The new and improved rear window not only allowed for a cleaner styling profile; it also improved visibility for the driver and added extra luggage space. Inside, there i...
1980 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe The C3 Corvette, built between 1968 and 1982, was the third generation of Chevrolet's venerable Corvette sports car. Occasionally seen as polarizing, the C3 garnered both praise and criticism for its radical design, purpose and driving dynamics. Expectations were huge when the model launched. Zora Arkus-Duntov and Billy Mitchell, the second generation C2 Corvette d...
1980 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe The C3 Corvette, built between 1968 and 1982, was the third generation of Chevrolet's venerable Corvette sports car. Occasionally seen as polarizing, the C3 garnered both praise and criticism for its radical design, purpose and driving dynamics. Expectations were huge when the model launched. Zora Arkus-Duntov and Billy Mitchell, the second generation C2 Corvette d...
1968 AMC Javelin SST When we talk about AMC, oftentimes we just think about a failed company. The truth is though that they simply decided that we're going to build cars better even if it meant smaller profits. Because of that, they were ranked the best-engineered cars for two straight years, from 1969 to 1970. Most folks remember the Javelin. That's exactly why it's not mentioned much. It stil...
1968 AMC Javelin SST When we talk about AMC, oftentimes we just think about a failed company. The truth is though that they simply decided that we're going to build cars better even if it meant smaller profits. Because of that, they were ranked the best-engineered cars for two straight years, from 1969 to 1970. Most folks remember the Javelin. That's exactly why it's not mentioned much. It stil...
1976 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe By 1976, the United States economy was on the mend from the 1973-1975 global economic recession. The recession, which had been caused in part by the 1973 oil crisis, had caused gas prices to soar which, in turn, had made automotive manufacturers begin re-evaluating the types of vehicles they were manufacturing. Over 540,000 third generation Corvettes were built bet...
1966 Chevrolet Chevelle The Chevrolet Motor Division began working on an intermediate size automobile in 1960-1961 with delivery to dealers to begin in September 1963. The name of that car was the Corselle. The Corselle design team was sworn to secrecy about this project, and all advertising documents were highly protected by Chevrolet. No Corselle information could even be "leaked" to the medi...
1968 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe During the design and initial construction of the Camaro, the car had the name "Panther." The 1965 concept bore the Panther emblem, and it retained the name until just a few weeks before the car debuted. However, Chevy always intended to give its Mustang competitor a "C" name to conform to its Corvette, Chevelle, and Corvair models. Not all muscle cars were born that...
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