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Blue 427 Convertible Corvette Sting Ray 1969 

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1969 427 435hp Convertible Corvette

1969 Corvette 427 / 435hp Convertible  -  Stolen and Stripped  -  $3,800  #29 66-232


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C3 '68 Red Corvette Convertible Stingray

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'71 Chevy Convertible Red Corvette

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'70 Red Coupe Corvette 327

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Silver Convertible Chevrolet 1969 Convertible C3 Coupe

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'69 Burgundy Chevy Corvette 427

1969 Corvette 427  -  Engine Fire  -  $5,900  -  #52 HV-243


Chevrolet '69 C3 Coupe Corvette Silver Metallic

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THE HISTORY OF THE CHEVROLET C3 CORVETTE 1968 - 1982

Enter the C3 generation, the longest of all runs for on generation a total of 15 years. This generation of the Corvette had its high points and its low points. The 1968 Corvette was based on the Mako Shark II design of Larry Shinoda. The headlight treatment was the beginning of the flip up getting away from the C2 style of the light rotating into position.

The 1968 Corvette coupe introduced the removable twin tops, commonly called T-tops. Although the body design was completely new, the rolling chassis was still the same as the C2 with a 98 inch wheel base. Also the engine packages remained the same as that of the '67 with the 300 hp and the 350 hp 327 as well as the 427 L88 big block. Although this new model was derived from the Mako Shark the car was not list as a Stingray any longer, at least in 1968. The automatic transmission changed from the old two-speed Powerglide to the all new three-speed Turbo Hydro-Matic. The side vent windows were no longer used and the windshield wipers were hidden under a cowl panel that operated with vacuum. This was the last year to have the ignition switch in the dash (until the C5). The door handle no longer existed, the open latch was a spring loaded finger plate and a separate release button. Total production increased over the past year with 28,566 total Corvette's produced of which 9,936 were coupes and 18,630 were convertibles.

In 1969, the Sting Ray returned to Corvette, except this time it was one word Stingray. The body was the same as the '68 model year except the return of the Stingray was on the front fenders. The door release was changes to a simple finger hold and the separate button from the '68 model was eliminated. Optional side mounted exhaust was available. The placement of the ignition switch from the dashboard to the steering column and combining the backup lights into the taillights were a few of the small changes in the '69 model. The big change was in the power plant. The 327 was replaced with the new 350 cubic inch engine, but it retained the same horsepower rating as the older 327 with the base being rated at 300 hp and 350 hp for the L46 option. The 427 remained as it was in '68. There was a special engine of the big block family and that was the all new ZL-1. This was based on the proven L88 except it was an all aluminum engine which shed a huge amount of weight off of the front end. It was much lighter than the L88 iron block and it was even lighter then the small block. This engine was designed as a race engine only for road racing and was designed as a Ferrari killer. There were however on 2 of these monster motors produced in 1969. Production reached a staggering number of 38,762 due to the fact that this production year ran longer and for the first time the coupe out paced the convertible with 22,129 and only 16,633 convertibles.

The vertical side vents on the '68 and '69 were replaces with a cross hatched pattern in the 1970 Corvette and the front turn signals were now an amber color. The body design received flared fenders. This was to help eliminate damaged caused by rocks and other debris being thrown up as it did with the '68 and '69 models. Interiors in the '70 model had redesigned seats that allowed more headroom and for the first time an optional interior package was available with leather seats and wood grain console and door panels. The exhaust were redesigned as a square exhaust and the standard 3 speed manual was dropped for a 4 speed manual as standard equipment. The 350 that was introduced in the '69 model was still the base engine, but an all new 370 hp LT-1 as the performance small block and gone was the 427 in favor of the new 454 big block. This new big block was available in either the LS5 390 hp version or the LS7 460 hp version. This option (LS7) came at a high price tag of an additional $3,000. However even though this was an option there is no record that any were ordered. As mention previously the 1970 production run stated late so therefore the numbers are not as great as in the previous year with only 17,316 total units and again the coupes out num breed the convertibles with 10,668 and 6,648 respectfully.

In 1971 the federal government started enforcing the stricter emission laws and with that saw a drop in horsepower. The base engine dropped to 270 hp and the LT1 dropped down to 330 hp. The big block 454 LS5 was down to 365 hp, gone completely was the LS7 but there was an LS6 option 454 rated at 425 hp, which was not bad with all the new laws. The '71 was basically the same care as the '70 except for the drop in horsepower. Total production numbers were 21,801 with 14,680 being coupes and 7,121 convertibles.

In 1972 the power loss was even more noticeable with a switch from gross to net power ratings. The base 350 engine was a scant 200 hp and the once killer small block LT1 was now a mere 255 hp. There was only one big block offered and that was the LS5 454 now putting out a measly 270 hp. Although the appearance changes were small this '72 model year would be the last year of both front and rear chrome bumpers. This was also the last year of the removable rear window. There was a total of 27,004 Corvette's built in 1972 and 20,496 were coupes and 6,508 were convertibles.

With the introduction of the '73 model, came more power reductions and also the chrome front bumper was gone replaced with the rubber crash impact bumper painted to match the body. The side vents were now a single opening and radial tires were standard on all models. For the first time a coolant recovery system was incorporated which direct or routed high temperature coolant into this tank and when cooled it returned to the radiator. The lifting panel for the windshield wipers was gone in '73. This was the first year that radial tires were used on the Corvette. The base engine was now rated at only 190 hp and the new optional L-82 was rated at 250 hp. The once feared big block 454 was down to 275 hp. Production for 1973 was 30,464 although the VIN number show 34,464 and that is because there were 4,000 serial number not built. Those numbers were from 24,001 to 28,000. There were 25,521 coupes produced and 4,943 convertibles produced.

With the introduction of the '74 model year gone for good was the chrome bumpers. The front chrome bumper was replaced in the '73 model and now the two piece chrome rear bumper has been replaced with the new style crash impact bumper. This was the last on the non-catalytic converter cars. This was also the last year with a true duel exhaust. The alarm was now located on the front drivers side fender. The horsepower ratings remained almost unchanged with one exception and that was the base 350 engine was now rated at 195 hp and increase of 5 hp over the past year. This was also the last year of the coveted big block. Many considered the big block gone after the '71 model year when it was still rated at 425 hp. Production number were at 37,502 with 32,028 coupes and 5,474 convertibles.

If you went into your local Chevrolet dealer to order a 1975 Corvette, you had only two engine choices the base 350 cubic inch V8 making a ridiculous 165 hp or you could get the same 350 cubic inch engine option L82 rated at a whopping 205 hp. With the lower horsepower ratings only 2,372 were ordered with the L82 option and of all the Corvette's that rolled of the line only 1,057 came with the 4 speed close ratio manual transmission. The rear bumper was now a seamless one piece rubberized bumper doing away with the two piece from the past year. This would be the last year that a Corvette would be sold with the convertible option until 1986 when they returned. The funny thing about the Corvette enthusiast is even with the low hp rating a total of 38,465 units were produced with 33,836 coupes and 4,629 convertible.

The 1976 model was the first Corvette in its 23 year history that did not offer a convertible. Again the Engine choices were the base 350 V8 rate at 180 hp and the L82 up to 210 hp. The aluminum wheels announced in 1973 were finally available in '76. Astro ventilation was eliminated in 1976 and with that the vents at the rear windows were deleted. But still the general public was going to the Chevy dealers and buying this under powered sports cars. A total of 44,558 Corvette's were produced in '76 and of course these were all coupes.

The last year of the tunnel back or sometimes called the sugar scoop because of the way the roof lines came down and the flat rear window. Also the Stingray was no longer on the cars fenders and steel reinforcement was added to the hood. The console was new for '77 and it held the A/C controls as well as the heater controls. The windshield wiper controls were installed in a stick attached to the steering column A roof rack system was designed to hold the roof panels on the rear rack allowing for more storage space in the rear. Around the mid-production the alarm activator was relocated from the fender to the door lock on the driver's side. Leather seat were standard with a leather cloth combination available at no additional cost. The '77 model had the engine painted in the normal GM orange until around September when it was changed to blue. Total production in 1977 was 49,213

From its humble beginning in 1953 to where we are now has been an adventure. We have now reached the 25th year for Corvette so GM released a special Silver Anniversary Edition which came with a special paint scheme, which was a two-tone with silver on top and a charcoal on the bottom and special emblems were applied to commemorate the Silver Anniversary of Corvette. The 1978 had the tail redone with a large wrap around rear window that replaced the old rear flat glass rear window which had become a noted design for the C3 coupe. This new design did give the owner more room to carry items, but it was fixed glass so loading was still difficult. The interior was modified or spruced up a bit with new instruments and for the first time. A glove box was added and the windshield wiper and washer controls were relocated back to the dash. The base engine package remained the standard Chevy small block 350, but it received a designation of L48 and was rated at 185 hp while the L82 stayed as the option and was increased to 220 hp. The four-speed transmission was the standard transmission for all '78 Corvette's with an optional three-speed automatic.

A second special editions was released in 1978. This special edition was to be the Pace Car for the Indy 500, This marked the first time a Corvette would pace the field at the Brickyard, but it would not be the last as we will see. The second special edition was also painted in a two-tone with black on top and silver on the bottom. The special paint was not the only thing that made this particular Corvette stand out, it also had a front chin spoiler and a large rear spoiler. This cars were in great demand as soon as they were introduced and most all were bought and put away to be saved as a collectable in the future. Original GM planned to produce one for each of their dealers or about 6,000 but they ended up building 6,502. The special Silver Anniversary Edition reached a total of 15,283. Total production was 40,725 marking the first time Corvette sold over 40,000 cars in one year.

The 1979 did not change much at all on the outside, but the high back seat style that was in the 1978 Pace Car was now standard in the '79 model. The L48 received the duel snorkel air cleaner that was introduced in '78 for the L82. This help increase the output to 195 hp and the L82 received a new cam package that included larger valves also the compression ratio was increased and a less restrictive exhaust to push the rating up to 225 hp. Again GM reached a milestone this time surpassing the 50,000 mark in production for a total of 53,807.

As we moved into a new decade the 1980 model year was put on a diet and shed 250 pounds and was treated to a face lift. The front and rear bumpers received a redesign and had integral spoilers. This year also marked the first time since 1974 that two engines were available, however they were not optional. If you lived in any state other than California you had your choice of either the L48 or the L82. The L48 dropped down to 190 hp while the L82 increased to 230 hp. If you happened to live in California your engine package was the new 305 cubic inch V8 engine making 180 hp and mated to a three-speed automatic transmission. You could not order an a manual transmission in California. Production dropped this year to 40,506.

In 1981, the Corvette received a new light weight fiberglass rear leaf spring and the new L81 version of the 350 V8 producing 190 hp was the only engine package available to everyone, but this was good news to those in California. The biggest news to come out was the move of the Corvette assembly plant on St. Louis to the brand new facility in Bowling Green Kentucky. A few items that were part of the 1980 California Corvette became standard on the '81 model and one item was the stainless steel tubular exhaust manifolds as well as the computer command control which adjusted the ignition timing and air-fuel mixture automatically. For the first time a power seat was available in a Corvette for the driver only. Production was at 40,606

This was the last year for the C3 generations. This body style goes back to 1968 and the chassis to 1963, what a run. No longer was a manual transmission available, all Corvette's produced in 1982 came with a four-speed automatic. Introduced in the '82 model year was the new cross fire injection, which was an electronic throttle body. It did raise the L81 up to 200 hp.

With the 1982 model year marking the end of the C3 era a special Collector Edition was offered for this occasion. The edition featured a special paint scheme of silver-beige paint, a special graphics package, special wheel styled after the '67 knock offs, bronze colored glass roof panels and the rear glass was now a opening hatch. The production numbers were down to just 25,407, 18,648 of the base model coupe and 6,759 for the Special Collector's Edition. Little did we know that even though this was the last of the C3 generation cars, it would another year (1984) until the C4 was introduced.

C3 Paint Codes

Listed below are not only the paint codes used for the C3 generation but the numbers of each unit painted. Although these are numbers representing each color, these figures are not 100% accurate as they will not be the same as the actual total produced. This was due to faulty record keeping.

1968
900 - Tuxedo Black-708
972 - Polar White - 1868
974 - Rally Red - 2,918
976 - LeMans Blue - 4,722
978 - International Blue - 2,473
983 - British Green - 4,779
984 - Safari yellow - 3,133
986 - Silverstone Silver - 3,435
988 - Cordovan Maroon - 1,155
992 - Corvette Bronze - 3,374

1969**
900 - Tuxedo Black - N/A
972 - Can-Am White - N/A
974 - Monza Red - N/A
976 - LeMans Blue - N/A
980 - Riverside Gold - N/A
983 - Fathom Green - N/A
984 - Daytona Yellow - N/A
986 - Cortex Silver - N/A
988 - Burgundy - N/A
990 - Monaco Orange - N/A

1970**
972 - Classic White - N/A
974 - Monza Red - N/A
975 - Marlboro Maroon- N/A
976 - Mulsanne Blue- N/A
979 - Bridgehampton Blue- N/A
982 - Donneybrooke Green- N/A
984 - Daytona Yellow- N/A
986 - Cortez Silver- N/A
991 - Ontario Orange- N/A
992 - Laguna Gray- N/A
993 - Corvette Bronze- N/A

1971
905 - Nevada Silver - 1,177
912 - Sunflower Yellow - 1,177
972 - Classic White - 1,875
973 - Mile Miglia Red - 2,180
976 - Mulsanne Blue - 2,465
979 - Bridgehampton Blue - 1,417
983 - Brands Hatch Green - 3,445
987 - Ontario Orange - 2,269
988 Steel Cities Gray - 1,591
989 War Bonnet Yellow - 3,706

1972
912 - Sunflower Yellow - 1,543
924 - Pewter Silver - 1,372
945 - Bryar Blue - 1,617
946 - Elkhart Green - 4,200
972 - Classic White - 2,763
973 - Mille Miglia Red - 2,478
979 - Traga Blue - 3,198
987 - Ontario Orange - 4,891
988 - Steel Cities Gray - 2,346
989 - War Bonnet Yellow - 2,550

1973*
910 - Classic White - N/A
914 - Silver - N/A
922 - Medium Blue - N/A
927 - Dark Blue - N/A
945 - Blue-Green - N/A
947 - Elkhart Green - N/A
952 - Yellow - N/A
953 - Metallic Yellow - N/A
976 - Mille Miglia Red - N/A
980 - Orange - N/A

1974*
10 - Classic White - N/A
14 - Silver Mist - N/A
17 - Corvette Gray - N/A - N/A
22 - Corvette Medium Blue - N/A
48 - Dark Green - N/A
56 - Bright Yellow - N/A
68 - Dark Brown - N/A
74 - medium Red - N/A
76 - mille Miglia Red - N/A
80 - Corvette Orange - N/A

1975
10 - Classic White - 8,007
14 - Silver Mist - 4,710
22 - Bright Blue - 2,869
27 - Steel Blue - 1,268
42 - Bright Green - 1,664
56 - Bright Yellow - 2,883
67 - Medium Saddle 3,403
70 - Orange Flame - 3,030
74 - Dark Red - 3,342
76 - Mille Miglia Red - 3,355

1976
10 - Classic White - 10,674
13 - Silver - 6,934
22 - Bright Blue - 3,268
33 - Dark Green - 2,038
37 - Mahogany - 4,182
56 - Bright Yellow - 3,389
64 - Buckskin - 2,954
69 - Dark Brown - 4,447
70 - Orange Flame - 4,073
72 - Red - 4,590

1977
10 Classic White - 9,408
13 - Silver - 5,518
19 - Black - 6,070
26 - Corvette Light Blue - 5,967
28 - Corvette Dark Blue - 4,065
41 - Corvette Chartreuse - 1
52 - Corvette Yellow - 71
56 - Corvette Bright Yellow - 1,942
66 - Corvette Orange - 4,012
80 - Corvette Tan - 74,588
72 - Medium Red - 4,057
83 Corvette Dark Red - 3,434

1978
10 - Classic White - 4,150
13 - Silver - 3,232
13/07 - Silver Anniversary - 15,283
19 - Black - 4,573
19/47 - Black/Silver - 6,502
26 - Corvette Light Blue - 1,960
52 - Corvette Yellow - 1,243
59 - Corvette Light Beige - 1,686
72 - Corvette Red - 2,074
82 - Corvette Mahogany - 2,121
83 - Corvette Dark Blue - 2,084
89 - Corvette Dark Brown - 1,991

1979
10 - Classic White - 8,629
13 - Silver - 7,331
19 - Black - 10,465
28 - Corvette Light Blue - 3,203
52 - Corvette Yellow - 2,357
58 - Corvette Dark Green - 2,426
59 - Corvette Light Beige - 2,951
72 - Corvette Red - 6,707
82 - Corvette Dark Brown - 4,053
83 - Corvette Dark Blue - 5,670

1980
10 - Classic White - 7,780
13 - Silver - 4,341
19 - Black - 7,250
28 - Dark Blue - 4,135
47 - Dark Brown - 2,300
52 - Yellow - 2,077
58 - Dark Green - 844
59 - Frost Beige - 3,070
76 - Dark Claret - 3,451
83 - Red - 5,714

1981
06 - Mahogany Metallic - 1,092
10 - White - 6,387
13 - Silver Metallic - 2,590
19 - Black - 4,712
24 - Bright Blue Metallic - 1
28 - Dark Blue Metallic - 2,522
33 - Silver Metallic*** - 3,369
38 - Dark Blue Metallic** - 496
39 - Charcoal Metallic** - 613
50 - Beige*** - 2,239
52 - Yellow - 1,031
59 - Beige - 3,842
74 - Dark Bronze** - 432
75 - Red - 4,310
79 - Maroon Metallic - 1,618
80 - Autumn Red - 1,505
84 - Charcoal Metallic - 3,485
98 - Dark Claret metallic** - 341
33/38 - Silver/Dark Blue*** - N/A
33/39 - Silver/Charcoal*** - N/A
50/74 - Beige/Dark Bronze*** - N/A
80/98 - Autumn Red/Dark Claret*** - N/A

1982
10 - White - 2,975
13 - Silver - 711
19 - Black - 2,357
24 - Silver Blue - 1,124
26 - Dark Blue - 562
31 - Bright Blue - 567
39 - Charcoal - 1,093
40 - Silver Green - 723
56 - Gold - 648
59 - Silver Beige - 6,759
70 - Red - 2,155
99 - Dark Claret - 853
10/13 - White/Silver - 664
13/39 - Silver/Charcoal - 1,239
13/99 - Silver/Dark Claret - 1,301
24/26 - Silver Blue/Dark Blue - 1,667


*No records were produced for the different paint code in these years.
**Painted in Bowling Green Plant
***No records, painted in both St. Louis and Bowling Green.

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