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1:18 1967 Chevrolet Corvette L88 from American Muscle

By Mike Soliday
Published: October 19, 2011
By 1966, the Sting Ray generation of the Corvette had been around for four years. GM was poised to launch the new “Mako Shark” generation of the Corvette in 1967, but when undesirable aerodynamic traits showed up during testing, GM had no choice but to shelve the Mako. For 1967, the Corvette remained a Sting Ray.

To many enthusiasts, that was just fine as the ’67 turned out to be the most refined and cleanest of the Sting Rays. The designers gave it a single, centered backup light, new 6-inch rally wheels and five small fender vents to replace three large ones. Refinements aside, the biggest (and most desirable) new feature was lurking under the hood.

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