1966 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible, a true American Classic! Finished in it’s correct Trophy blue paint job, the paint and body show very well with only minor imperfections visible upon close inspection. Inside, the dark blue vinyl seats all look great with no major signs of wear visible. The door panels are finished to match the seats and dashboard are matched to mirror the exterior of the car and all look fantastic. This Chevrolet Corvette is the second generation (C2) Corvette, which introduced Sting Ray to the model, continued with fiberglass body panels, and overall, was smaller than the first generation. The C2 was later referred to as mid-years. The 1966 model’s frontal appearance was mildly altered with an egg crate grille insert to replace the previous horizontal bars, and the coupe lost its roof-mounted extractor vents, which had proven inefficient. Head rests were a new option. This relative lack of change reflected plans to bring out an all-new Corvette for 1967. It certainly did not reflect a fall-off in the car’s popularity, however. In fact, 1966 would prove another record-busting year, with volume rising to 27,720 units, up some 4200 over 1965’s sales. Production started for the 1963 model year and ended in 1967. This Corvette is equipped with a matching motor numbers 327cid V8 engine, matted with a 4-speed manual transmission,G81: posi-traction rear differential, Kelsey Hayes knock off wheels with Goldline tires, Z01;Comfort and convenience group, N11; off road exhaust, full engine compartment restoration, original owners manual, original trim and VIN tag. These series 2 mid sixties Corvettes are becoming increasingly hard to find in such solid well kept condition.