The new 2014 Corvette Stingray was one of the star attractions at the Amelia Island Concours earlier this month. In addition to showing off the new C7, they also gathered together a collection of some very rare 1963 Sting Rays as well. Click past the jump to check out some of the 50 year old Corvettes that were in attendance at Amelia Island.
Starring in Autoblog’s photo gallery are the original Corvette Sting Ray racer, the steel bodied Corvette Rondine, ProTeam’s right-hand-drive Z06 and the Dick Lang Racer, the cutaway Stingray, and the real deal Grand Sport #3. Several stock 1963 coupes, convertibles and Z06’s rounded out the impressive display of America’s sports car. We already showed you Mid America’s experimental XP-819 a couple weeks back.
The classic Corvettes were a perfect complement to the brand new 2014 Corvette Stingray which made its southeastern US debut at Amelia.
Below you can enjoy some of our pics from Saturday at Amelia Island then click on over to Autoblog to check out their gallery from the following Sunday.
For more information on the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance you can visit www.ameliaconcours.org.
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