10 Classic Corvettes Everyone Wishes They Owned

1970 Corvette LT-1: The glory was in the sweetly detailed 1970 ‘Vette LT-1.

1953 Corvette: The debut of the Corvette at the General Motors Motorama in New York City in 1953 ushered in the American muscle-car era.

1957 Corvette Fuel Injection: The 1957 Corvette featured fuel injection that took the sports car to another level. 

1984 Corvette C4: By the early 1980s, the C3 generation of Corvettes was lagging behind rival machines such as Porsches and Ferraris. 

1967 Corvette 427 L88: Only 216 Corvettes were built between 1967 and 1969, and they featured the L88 engine.

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1997 Corvette C5: The 1997 Corvette C5 gained greater balance from back-to-front engineering. 

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1955 Corvette: Chevrolet was working out the power and performance kinks from the first two model years of the Corvette.

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2009 Corvette ZR1: Corvette engineers borrowed the military phrase “shock and awe” to woo the public with the ZR1 Corvette. 

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1990 Corvette ZR-1: The 1990 Corvette ZR1 was the product of a joint effort from General Motors and the British sports car company Group Lotus.

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1963 Corvette Sting Ray “Split Window”: The 1963 Corvette Sting Ray is famous for its “split window.

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