It’s not often that you get to watch a modern review of a classic Corvette, but that’s what you’ll see if you were to “tune-in” to MotorWeek’s YouTube channel today.
MotorWeek’s Roger Mecca offers up a great review of 1963 Corvette split-window coupe and takes us through some of the history and mystique behind the one-year-only body style. As Roger discusses the car, we are treated to some great visuals as the Riverside Red Sting Ray tours through farm country and rolling hills.
From MotorWeek via YouTube:
The new C8 mid-engine Chevrolet Corvette made a huge impression in the automotive world when it arrived last year. So much so we even named it MotorWeek’s Drivers’ Choice Best of the Year. But, of course, it was not the first Stingray. That car made an even bigger splash when it rolled out of Detroit in 1963. And our own Roger Mecca has had a chance to experience this legendary American muscle and find out why for nearly six decades it’s still the biggest fish in the pond.
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