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The Corvette has been produced by Chevrolet since 1953 and is the most storied sports cars in American automotive history. There have been a total of 6 generations of the Corvette, named C1, C2, C3, C4, C5, and C6 respectively.
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The C1 or solid axle roadster was sold from 1953 until 1962 and was noted for having a fuel injection option in 1957. The C2 or Stingray Corvette got independent rear suspension. The 1963 split-window coupe is particularly sought after by collectors. Also look for rare versions of this generation with the $500 fuelie option. The C3 in 1968 was based on the Mako Shark concept car. A 454 inch big block engine offered in 1971 had 425 horsepower. The C4 came along in 1984 with some sleek new styling. It was said to be the best handling car ever made at the time. The ZR-1 was a high performance variation that used the LT5 engine, which was an aluminum block L98 with some mods. An LT4 engine was used on the 1996 Gran Sport version. The C5 started in 1997 and featured the Z06 variation. The C6 started in 2005. Used Corvettes are obviously very sought after. I would suggest using an online auction site like eBay, where you can also find all the parts you'll need to fix one up.
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