Everything was changed from the 1962 Corvette to offer the new aerodynamic design, a fastback coupe, new passenger comfort, and new independent suspension both front and rear for the 1963 Corvette.
Many suspension parts could be interchanged between Chevy models in 1963 revealing how the Corvette was slowly winding its way into a daily driver, as well as a weekend racer. Much attention was given to the passenger with increased protection from side blows and new rubber insulators that isolated running gear noise. New for the year was also the famous ‘split-window’ design, and the use of the Sting Ray name, thus why these cars are highly sought-after to this day.
Many Corvette enthusiasts consider the ’63-’67 Vettes the best American sports car of all time.
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Ram Jet Fuel Injection
- 2-Speed Powerglide Automatic
- 3-Speed Manual
- 4-Speed Manual
14.9 sec @ 95 mph
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