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The Chevrolet Corvette (C2) (C2 for Second Generation), also known as the Corvette Sting Ray, is a sports car produced by the Chevrolet division of General Motors for the 1963 through 1967 model years.
The Sting Ray’s interior carries a new interpretation of the twin-cowl Corvette dash motif used since 1958, It is more practical, now incorporating a roomy glovebox, an improved heater, and a cowl-ventilation system. A full set of round gauges includes a huge speedometer and tachometer. The control tower center console returned, somewhat slimmer but now containing the clock and a vertically situated radio.
Luggage space was improved as well, though due to a lack of an external trunklid, cargo had to be loaded behind the seats. The big, round deck emblem was newly hinged to double as a fuel-filler flap, replacing the previous left-flank door. Coupe doors were cut into the roof, which made entry/exit easier in such a low-slung closed car.
Maneuverability is improved thanks to the faster “Ball-Race” steering and shorter wheelbase. Less weight on the front wheels also means easier steering, and with 80 additional pounds on the rear wheels, the Sting Ray offers improve
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