Nicole. It also picked up 51# then picked up 120# the next year with
the same design except for the removal of the suspenders and fake
On the other hand when the '68 (3070#) came out it topped the '67
(2960#) by a mere 110#, more than twice the '57/'58 comparison.
Here's a fellows '67 that got the size tires under his C2 that I
seldom see on a C3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ulWpXFxDxww Nice guy
that I've toured with.
Enjoy what you have, they're all fun.
All that chrome too - yuck. IMHO The 56/57 was the peak of the C1 design.
65-67 for the C2 with the BB and disk brakes added. 68 and 69 for the C3 is
generally agreed as well - before even more bloat and fuel and EPA issues
came into play.
I briefly had a '59 and didn't care for it as much as my '68. (Though with a
"built" 327 and posi the thing really hauled ass in a straight line.)
Corvettes for ever. The '92 didn't help revive the love for them that
much either. Although I like to drive the '72 I'll take the '64 over
it every time. Got to go to South Carolina for my Granddaughters
birthday mid month and will make a one stop 600 mile trip in the C6,
lazy mans car. Drove a few big blocks and never got into them, always
liked the quick winding more agile feeling small blocks.
What did you think of Mac's '67 video?
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