The C3 Corvette started in 1968 and ended in 1982. In 1969, the 350 cu in (5.7 L) engine became available in the Corvette, and in 1970, the 427 big block was enlarged to 454 cu in (7.4 L). In 1973, the Corvette dropped the front chrome bumpers but kept the rear chrome bumpers. In 1974, the rear chrome bumpers became urethane as well, resulting in the first ever chrome-less production Corvette. 1975 saw the last year for the convertible, until 1986. 1976 was the last year for the name: “Stingray”.

1972 Corvette / 2783
Classic White Original Colors Inside And Out, Saddle Interior, Automatic, Aftermarket Stereo, Tilt and Telescopic Column, Original 350 Engine Rebuilt to 383 Stroker, Aluminum Radiator, Polished Hi Rise Valve Covers, 373 Rear End, 700 R4 Automatic Transmission, Mileage is Exempt
Price: $29,000 See More Pictures >>

1974 Corvette / 5651
Custom Corvette, Silver with Black Interior, Automatic, AC, Power Steering, Power Brakes 20″ Tire/Wheels, 400 Engine, Automatic, Mileage Exempt, Clean Title
Price: $18,500 See More Pictures >>

1977 Corvette / 8176
White with Red Interior, AC, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Power Windows, Luggage Rack, Mileage Exempt, Clean Title
Price: $13,500  See More Pictures >>
1980 Corvette / 6582
White with Doeskin Interior, AC, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Power Windows, Power Door Locks, CD Stereo, New Tires, Automatic, Tilt and Telescopic Column, Mileage is Exempt due to age Price: $14,500 See More Pictures >> SaveSave