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End of the Line
It is only fitting that the last Corvette Dick Guldstrand built features elements of multiple generations, including a Sting Ray body, C4 suspension and a fifth-gen powertrain.
Beginning with the dramatically styled ’63 coupe and ending with enormously powerful big-block models, the Sting Ray cemented the Corvette’s place in history as one of the world’s great sports cars.
To the consternation of Corvette purists, the numbers on this '66 convertible don't match, it rolls on aftermarket wheels and its engine has been breathed on—but its owner would have it no other way.
My Other Car's a Driver
What do you do when your restored mid-year has won all the big awards? Build a C2 you can drive.
Tall Man's Bluff
It may look like a mid-year on the outside, but this '65 coupe is packing C5 suspension, and a C6 engine—and more leg room than any factory Corvette ever built.
The restoration of a '66 big-block coupe brings an owner back to his automotive roots.
Wolf in Sheep's Clothing
Sure, it's obvious this is no ordinary '65 convertible, but an LS9-equipped monster with 748 horsepower?
Corvette Grand Sport number 002 has found a new home at the Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum.
This ’64 coupe has undergone a remarkable transformation—from a plowshare back to a sword.
Resurrected from the grave as a convertible and saved from neglect as a coupe, this ’65 show-stopper has finally found the promised land.
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