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1965 327/375 hp (5.4 L/280 kW) Fuel Injected Corvette Sting Ray Roadster
The Corvette StingRay was introduced in 1963. It was a coupe with distinctive split rear windows and non-functioning hood vents. It also had independent rear suspension.
The Corvette StingRay became extremely popular with its class and style. The car performance outranked many others and the sales on the Sting Ray jumped through the roof. Now the Corvette StingRay is one of the most desired collector's cars and this page will help you find one.
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In 1964 the split rear window was discontinued because of safety reasons and the hood vents were cut because it made the car look over crowded with features. 1965 saw more changes made for Corvette Sting Ray like four wheel disc brakes and a big block engine option.
The most collectible Corvette StingRay is the 1966 model with its larger CID (7L) version. On this page you will find a special segment of 1966 Corvette Stingrays for Sale.
Twenty engines with an L-88 version of the 427 were put in the 1967 Corvette StingRay and now these rare models can sell for US$1,000,000. You can find 1967 Corvette Sting rays for Sale on this page but it would be hard (but not impossible) to find the special ones that have this engine.
On this page you will Corvette Stingray models 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967 and onward for Sale. Plus Service Manuals and Parts.
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