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The M22 4 speed standard transmission, is the least ordered option in 1966.
Last year for the Aluminum knock off wheels, later replaced by bolt ons in 1967.
Headrest's and shoulder harnesses were first introduced.
Because of the upper limit of 5.0 liter on engine displacement, the 1966 Corvette was not considered as eligible for the SCCA Trans Am.
Corvair, the only eligible car for Chevrolet.
The Holley Carburetors became standard equipment for Corvettes.
The parking brake handle from under the dash was moved to between the seats.
The 3 different exterior blue colors presented were Elkhart Blue, Lynndale Blue and Marina Blue.
RPO (regular production option) L88 a 427 engine that produces in exceed of 500 HP were offered for 1967.
The RPO L88 was not planned to be use in the street.
There were only 20 1967 Corvettes ordered with RPO L88.
The 3 different hood designs for 1967, the small block hood, big block hood and the L-88 hood.
The vinyl covered hardtops were made available. The vinyl was presented in black, white or saddle tan.
The GM "Mark of Excellence" plate was affixed to the inside driver's door jamb of the 1967 model for the first time and the only year to have that plate.
The first to ship the build sheet or tank sticker attached to the top of the gas tank.
The big tank (36 gallon) option that appears since 1963, last in 1967.
Black has the slightest ordered exterior color in 1967.
4,209 Corvettes with side exhaust and 14,436 convertibles were ordered in 1967
The speed warning indicator first appeared in 1967 would last until 1969.
From the airport, the special production 1967 LeMans Corvette was driven to the track.
The 1968 Corvette is seven inches bigger than the 1967 model.
A factory installed anti-theft alarm system was presented, but less than 400 cars were so equipped.
August of 1967, the beginning of the production of the 1968 Corvette model.
The use of a front air dam and a rear spoiler was first made in the 1968 model.
The 1968 model was the first to experience a factory installed alarm system.
1968 was probably the most terrible quality production year ever due at least in part to Chevrolet policy to treat the Corvette like any other production car - this had a very negative reaction from the buying public and by the end of the year higher quality and model independence were restored.
Corvette considers the Banshee, a two seater convertible sports car, design by John DeLorean from the Pontiac Motor Division as a big treat to Corvette, they immediately find ways to stop the project before it would proceed to production.
In 1968 the big block intake manifold actually sunk into the lifter valley to provide hood clearance.
Hidden windshield wipers were first introduced in 1968.
The AM/FM radio became optional.
1968 was also the first year the radio was actually stereo - earlier to 1968 Corvettes only had one speaker.
The center bar in the T-Tops supposedly was not part of the original design, however because of the body twist it had to be added in production cars.
The 1968 models were installed with Emission control equipment.
1969 saw the introduction of the 350CI small block
The "Sting Ray name" that was not used in the 1968 models was used in 1969, but as one word "stingray".
in 1969 (through 1973) RPO#P02 was for full wheel covers.
in 1969 the ignition moved to the steering column as part of an anti-theft effort
1969 presented the ZL-1 - an all aluminum engine - sales of this option were reduced.
$4,718.35 the additional cost of the ZL-1 engine option in 1969.
The ignition lock that was from the dash was moved to the steering column and would remain there until 1997.
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