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 — It was a great sports car in its time, has great body line, performance for the 327 was fair, poor braking system, Handling was fair nothing to write home about. Everyone wanted a ride in it. I purcha... Read More
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 — Nassau blue with a blue leather interior and a white rag top. 350HP numbers matching 327 small block with a Muncie 4 speed. Mild fender flares added to the car in 1966 to accommodate wider wheels an... Read More
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 — Easy to drive...2013 is the year of the Corvette.... 1963 TO 1967/ C2 is the best of the line. I didn't realize how this car is the magnet for all generations... Every generation is dreaming about the... Read More

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1965 Chevrolet Corvette

1965 told the tale of two Corvettes. The 1965 Chevrolet Corvette was the last to be a "Fuelie;" fuel injection would make its final appearance in the '65 Sting Ray.

In April of 1965, Chevrolet released its first big-block V8, a 396-ci monster rated at 425 horsepower. Luckily for drivers, 1965 also brought the addition of standard four-wheel disc brakes so that the 'vette could stop after gaining so much power from this engine.

The big-block engines were identifiable by the "power bulge" they created in the hood. (Yeah, go ahead and giggle. That's what it was called.)

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how can find out history did title history no help .I know with history car is worth more money.car is 396 big block all options,side pipes knock off teak wheel 4 speed

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looking for 1 rally rim from a 1965 witch is a 15.5 in rim and only made one year if you have one or know of were i can get one let me know

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