1965 Chevy Corvette Is A True American Sports Cars

Aug 18, 2021 2 min read
1965 Chevy Corvette Is A True American Sports Cars

The Corvette is as American as apple pie.

The 1965 Chevy Corvette is a fine machine and work of art, and represents the history of America’s true sports car hero. A member of the second generation Corvette, the 1965 Chevy Corvette was the subject of some subtle refinements that worked to enhance the already very attractive C2 Corvette. Cars like the 1965 Chevy Corvette being offered through Vicari represents an iconic time for the classic Chevy Corvette.

In 1965, the Chevy Corvette Sting Ray was spruced up and a little more muscular than before - it also came with an all-new brake system, and with more stopping power leaves opportunity for more horsepower. The hood was slightly smoothed out and lost the scoop indentations. Exhaust vents in the front fenders were not vertical instead of the previous horizontal speedlines. The wheel covers were also updated, and the rocker panels and some interior pieces were slightly. changed. Four wheel disc brakes joined the 1965 Corvette for the first time - the brakes were a four piston design with two piece calipers.

With the exception of the slight changes, the 1965 Chevy Corvette brought along the features everyone was growing to love about the C2 Corvette. It still carried the iconic twin retracting headlights, wrap around bumpers, curved side windows, and a roomy two seater cabin.

In total, there were only 8,182 Chevy Corvette coupes produced in 1965, making is quite a bit more desirable and collectible compared to the 15,376 convertible Corvettes made. Don’t miss this rare chance to own a 1965 Chevy Corvette, see it here.

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