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LAMBORGHINI MUDETEC: The 60th Anniversary (1963-2023)

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For a period starting in the late 1960s, it looked like everyone was going mid-engine. After Lamborghini turned the world on its head with the excruciatingly beautiful Miura in 1966, mid-mounted drivetrain layouts became de rigueur in 1970s supercars. Ferrari followed suit with the 206 Dino and later 365 GT4 BB, Lancia with the Stratos, and even Maserati joined the fray in 1971 with the mid-engined Bora. It wasn’t just the Italians, either—Mercedes-Benz tested the handsome C111 platform, and later BMW launched the M1. If there was a high-performance, high-dollar car in the 1970s, you can be sure the automaker at least tested a mid-engine platform. Unsurprisingly, that also included General Motors. After its CERV II concept successfully demonstrated the General’s capacity for cutting-edge tech, serious attention was turned toward moving the Corvette’s V-8 thumper amidships. Papa Corvette—Zora Arkus-Duntov—really, really liked the idea of a mid-engined Vette to keep up with Europe’s

Corvette: Reflections of the Stylemakers

Happy 65 Corvette!

1969-1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 - Shinoda's Masterpiece

Corvette History - 1969 Stingray L71 427 Convertible (C3)

Corvette of the Day - Stingray L88 427 Coupe (C3)

Classics - Corvette Stingray L88 427 Convertible (C3)

Corvette Timeline?

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Corvette Generations: C3 | Corvette | Chevrolet

Chevrolet Corvette Roars Into Its 60th Year

  On June 30, 1953, the first of a new kind of Chevrolet - indeed, a new kind of American car - rolled off an assembly line in Flint, Mich.

Good Corvette Morning with Stingray 350 LT1 (C3)

Black Ride of the Hour - 1977 Corvette (C3)

Good morning with Corvette Sting Ray Coupe (C3)

Good evening with Corvette Sting Ray Coupe (C3)

Postcard from the Past - Sting Ray Coupe (C3)

Cool BW Wallpaper - Corvette Sting Ray Coupe (C3)

Green Ride of the Hour: Corvette Stingray L88 427 Coupe (C3)

Good nite with Corvettes

Orange Ride of the Hour: Stingray L88 427

Badass: ZR1 Heart in a 1971 Corvette

Have a nice day with Corvette (C3)

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