Happy Monday Corvette fans!
Hope everyone’s summer is going swell! Speaking of swell, it’s swelteringly hot here in Florida (as it is every summer) and we’ve had a ton of rain the last week as well.
I did find an opportunity to break out my ’66 Corvette from the garage as I was on a rescue mission to pick up the wife after her daily driver ended up in the shop. But other than that, I’ve mostly been enjoying the hobby from behind this keyboard.
What a crazy few weeks it has been. The new C8 Corvette Stingray is now revealed and we are seeing them everywhere. Due to high interest in the new Stingray, we have a lot of new viewers who will probably wonder what the heck Midyear Monday is!
Midyears are the nicknames for the second-generation Corvettes that were produced from 1963-1967. The nickname became popular after the 3rd generation was released and so the C2s were called the Midyears which helped to differentiate those models from the Solid Axles (C1s) and the Sharks (C3s).
This week’s salute to the 1963-1967 Corvettes features 46 Corvette photos in our gallery that we call Midyear Monday! Our featured image above comes from our sister website VetteFinders.com and is a 1964 Corvette Sting Ray for sale for $54K.
If you want to see your Midyear Corvette on CorvetteBlogger, send us your photos to [email protected] and we’ll add them to our archives for a future Midyear Monday gallery.