The 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray took the sports car world by storm. Derived from Bill Mitchell’s 1957 SS racer and XP-720 prototype, it sports hidden headlights, a knife-edge front, and a horizontal rib around the car. New fastback coupe bodywork featured a split-back window and doors that cut into the roof. The top speed ranged from 118-150 mph and 0-60 mph from 9.1 to 5.8 seconds. Suspension is fully independent with front coil springs and a frame-mounted rear differential, transverse leaf spring, and u-jointed half shafts. With its radical appearance, the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray is lively and easy to drive.
This car was featured in the Dream Car museum in Evansville, IN and has only been driven 68977 miles.