Chevrolet Corvette C2

The Chevrolet Corvette C2 is a sports car that has been manufactured by Chevrolet from 1963-1967.

The Corvette C2 consisted of a 327 in³ V8 small block engine that delivered an output power of 360 hp and later in the year 1964, it was improved to 375 hp. In the year 1965, a new 396 in³ 6.5 L V8 engine was introduced, which delivered an output power of 425 hp and this engine also marked the end of Rochester fuel injection system due to its high cost.

Chevrolet Corvette 2 coupe

In between the years 1963-1966, air conditioning, telescopic wheels, AM-FM radio, head rests and leather upholstery were available options. In the year 1965, disc brakes were introduced for the first time and side exhaust pipes were available as an option. In the year 1966, the Corvette C2 featured a 427 in³ 7 L V8 engine that delivered an output power of 430hp.

In the year 1962, a lightweight sports model of the Corvette C2 has been launched which was driven by the famous race drivers A.J. Foyt, Jim Hall and Roger Penske. This sports version car also recorded a victory at Watkins Glen in the year 1963, August 24th.

The Corvette C2 stood in the fifth place on the “Top Sports Cars of the 1960s” in the Sports International Magazine in the year 2004.

Specifications

Body Style: - 2-door coupe and convertible
Class: - sports car

Specifications of engines in between 1963-1967
327 in³ V8 small block engine:
Output power of the engine is about 250 hp to 365 hp in between the years 1963-1967.

327 in³ Fuel injection V8 small block engine:
Output power of the engine is about 340 hp to 365 hp in between the years 1963-1967.

396 in³ Big-Block V8 engine:
Output power of the engine is about 360 hp to 375 hp in between the years 1963-1967.

427 in³ Big-Block V8 engine: -
Output power of the engine is about 390 hp to 425hp in between the years 1963-1967.

427 in³ Big-Block Tri PowerV8 engine:
Output power of the engine is about 400 hp to 435hp in between the years 1963-1967.

  • Michael

    the 1967 vette is the best vette