Corvette is the only American made 2 seat sports car. It has been a two seat-er since it’s inception in 1953 [the same year I was born]. There is so much to say about Corvettes and the impact each model had on the car world. The main idea behind the Corvette has not changed, to be a two seat, high performance sports car. We can spend tremendous amounts of time talking about Corvette engines, and we will, but we specialize in Corvette engines for sale, always on the prowl for Corvette engines, new or old, rebuilt and remanufactured.
As the owner of a 1966 Big block Rat motor 427 cubic inch Vette in 1972 and 1973, this video gives me a kick and is pure deja vu, Enjoy.
An unbelievable array of engines was used in the Chevy Corvette. Some of the engines are special order and some engines were experimental and not used for long periods of time. The one thing that remains the same is that the Corvette is still a super fast, corners like glue and stops so fast you get change back from a dime car.
If you ask me, my favorite Vettes were the Second Generation C2 models from 1963 to 1967. The third generation of Vettes were the least cool of all, if you have to have a Vette, this is perhaps the most affordable model, from 1968 to 1972.
Speaking of Chevy Corvette engines we don’t have enough room to discuss all of the engines available in the Corvette. Since we have an advantage over much of the competition, focusing on Corvettes for the most part, doesn’t it make sense that Corvetteenginesforsale.com has more knowledge and information to provide to than anyone else?
We can give you all of the information you need on any Corvette engine. We also stock rebuilt engines for Vintage Vettes or models with unusual motors. Vintage Vette owners are uncompromising in quality, so even if you own a new Corvette, we know you want the best we have to offer. Call a sales representative and find out how thoroughly we service the Corvette engine lineup.