Post up your 1968 to 1976 C3 Corvette Stingray photos here
Wow! Amazing car and display. Please check for a PM from me.Okay..........sorry I hogged up the thread, next to my twin granddaughters, this is my pride and joy (not my C7 ), my "Military Tribute" display, well received at many shows, lots of handshakes and hugs from veterans.
I need a bit of help here on Corvette history. My first mother in law in the early 80's purchased a 1979 white with black interior with auto and I could have sworn it was badged as a Stingray.Post up your 1968 to 1976 C3 Corvette Stingray photos here
I have added a photo of my 78 and you can see it did not have Stingray on the fender as in previous years. This was teken when I was selling the car back in 1988.Hello Tom0021:
Not being an expert as well, I did have a 78 and it did not have the Stingray badge on it. Where "Stingray" was in the earlier C3s was the Corvette crossed flags on my 78. I believe 77 was the last year for the name plate of Stingray even though people still called them Stingrays in 78 & 79. I am not even sure if 78 & 79 were classed as C3s. Because of the body change to the fast back window in 78. But then, when you think about it, the major body changes in the 80s was mainly front and rear but the interiors if I am not mistaken were diff. I believe C4 started they year they introduce the clam shell front end.