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Corvette 0-60 mph Acceleration Times (Over the Years)

19531953 C1 CorvetteC13.611.239.03.8L - 6 Cylinder Engine19541954 C1 CorvetteC13.611.239.03.8L - 6 Cylinder Engine19551955 C1 CorvetteC13.611.139.03.8L - 6 Cylinder Engine19551955 C1 CorvetteC13.38.724.74.3L - 8 Cylinder Engine19561956 C1 CorvetteC12.97.420.84.3L - 8 Cylinder Engine19571957 C1 Corvette (3-Speed)C16.84.6L (220HP) - 8 Cylinder Engine19571957 C1 Corvette (Fuel-Injected)C16.64.6L (245HP) - 8 Cylinder Engine19571957 C1 Corvette (RamJet FI)C15.716.84.6L (283HP) - 8 Cylinder Engine RamJet FI19581958 C1 CorvetteC16.54.6L (245HP) - 8 Cylinder Engine19591959 C1 CorvetteC16.619601960 C1 CorvetteC16.619611961 C1 CorvetteC16.619621962 C1 Corvette (Fuel-Injected)C16.119621962 C1 Corvette Sting RayC18.819631963 C2 Corvette Sting Ray (3-Speed)C27.25.4L (340HP) - 8 Cylinder Engine19631963 C2 Corvette Sting RayC25.85.4L (360HP) - 8 Cylinder Engine (RamJet FI)19641964 C2 Corvette Sting RayC28.019641964 C2 CorvetteC28.019651965 C2 Corvette Sting RayC26.019651965 C2 Corvette Sting Ray 396C25.619651965 C2 CorvetteC25.48 Cylinder - L7819661966 C2 Corvette Sting Ray 427 ConvertibleC25.619661966 C2 CorvetteC28.319671967 C2 Corvette Sting Ray 327C27.919671967 C2 Corvette Sting Ray 427C24.719671967 C2 Corvette Sting Ray 427 ConvertibleC25.519671967 C2 CorvetteC27.819681968 "Long Lead" Corvette LT-2 (Prototype)C32.819681968 Corvette 327C37.619681968 C3 CorvetteC36.18 Cylinder - L6819681968 C3 CorvetteC36.38 Cylinder - L7119681968 C3 CorvetteC37.18 Cylinder - L7919681968 C3 CorvetteC38.68 Cylinder - Standard19691969 C3 Corvette 427C35.219691969 C3 Corvette Stingray 427 ConvertibleC35.919691969 C3 CorvetteC38.48 Cylinder - L7119701970 C3 Corvette Stingray 427C35.319701970 C3 Corvette Stingray 454C37.019701970 C3 C3 CorvetteC36.78 Cylinder - LT119711971 C3 Corvette Stingray 350 L48C37.119711971 C3 Corvette Stingray 350 LT-1C36.019711971 C3 Corvette Stingray 454 LS5C35.719711971 C3 Corvette Stingray 454 LS6C35.319711971 C3 CorvetteC37.18 Cylinder - M2119721972 C3 CorvetteC38.519731973 C3 Corvette Stingray 350 L82C36.619731973 C3 Corvette Stingray 454 LS4C36.319731973 C3 Corvette Stingray 454 LS4 (3-Speed)C36.419731973 C3 CorvetteC38.519741974 C3 Corvette Stingray 350 L82 ConvertibleC37.419741974 C3 CorvetteC38.519751975 C3 Corvette Stingray 350 L48C37.719751975 C3 CorvetteC37.719761976 C3 Corvette 350 L48C37.719761976 C3 Corvette Stingray 350 L82C37.119761976 C3 CorvetteC37.419771977 C3 Corvette 350 L82C36.819771977 C3 CorvetteC36.819781978 C3 Corvette 350 L48C37.819781978 Turbine-Powered CorvetteC33.619781978 C3 CorvetteC37.819791979 C3 Corvette 350 L82C36.619791979 C3 CorvetteC37.319801980 C3 Corvette 350 L82C37.319801980 Duntov Corvette Convertible TurboC37.519801980 C3 CorvetteC37.319811981 C3 CorvetteC37.219821982 C3 CorvetteC38.119841984 C4 CorvetteC46.619841984 C4 CorvetteC42.47.022.319851985 C4 CorvetteC45.819851985 C4 CorvetteC42.45.722.3L98 5.7 OHV 350 V-8.19861986 B&M 'SuperVette' ConvertibleC44.419861986 C4 Corvette ConvertibleC45.919861986 C4 CorvetteC42.45.814.48 Cylinder19871987 C4 CorvetteC42.45.814.4L98 5.7 OHV 350 V-8.19881988 C4 CorvetteC46.219881988 C4 Corvette (4-Speed Auto)C45.619881988 C4 Corvette ConvertibleC45.819881988 C4 Corvette Z51C46.019881988 C4 CorvetteC45.616.3L98 5.7 OHV 350 V-8.19891989 C4 Callaway Corvette Twin TurboC44.719891989 C4 CorvetteC45.414.4L98 V8 Engine19901990 C4 CorvetteC45.619901990 C4 CorvetteC42.46.314.8Z5119911991 C4 Corvette L98C45.219911991 C4 Corvette RoadsterC45.519911991 C4 CorvetteC42.15.311.2Z5119921992 C4 CorvetteC45.019921992 C4 Corvette (4-Speed Auto)C45.219921992 C4 CorvetteC41.95.612.6Z5119931993 C4 CorvetteC45.219931993 C4 Corvette ZR-1C44.919931993 C4 CorvetteC41.95.612.619941994 C4 CorvetteC45.419941994 C4 CorvetteC45.714.1Z0719951995 C4 CorvetteC45.119951995 C4 Corvette ZR-1C44.919951995 C4 CorvetteC45.410.319961996 C4 Corvette Collectors EditionC44.919961996 C4 Corvette Grand SportC44.919961996 C4 CorvetteC42.25.412.419971997 C5 CorvetteC54.719971997 C5 CorvetteC54.7LS1 346 C.I., 5.7 Litre V819981998 C5 CorvetteC54.719981998 C5 Corvette ConvertibleC55.119981998 C5 Corvette Convertible (Manual)C54.919981998 C5 CorvetteC54.8LS1 346 C.I., 5.7 Litre V819991999 C5 CorvetteC54.719991999 C5 Corvette HardtopC54.819991999 C5 CorvetteC54.9LS1 346 C.I., 5.7 Litre V820002000 C5 CorvetteC54.9LS1 346 C.I., 5.7 Litre V820012001 C5 CorvetteC54.620012001 C5 Corvette ConvertibleC54.520012001 C5 Corvette Z06C54.320012001 C5 CorvetteC54.520022002 C5 CorvetteC54.820022002 C5 Corvette Z06C54.020022002 C5 CorvetteC54.520032003 C5 Corvette 50th AnniversaryC54.920032003 C5 Corvette 50th Anniversary (Manual)C54.820032003 C5 Corvette ConvertibleC54.720032003 C5 Corvette Z06C54.020032003 C5 CorvetteC54.920042004 C5 CorvetteC54.520052005 C6 Corvette ConvertibleC64.820052005 C6 Corvette Convertible (Manual)C64.320052005 C6 Corvette Z51C64.220052005 C6 CorvetteC64.8346 C.I. (6.0L), 400HP20062006 C6 CorvetteC64.620062006 C6 Corvette (Manual)C64.320062006 C6 Corvette ZO6C63.520062006 C6 CorvetteC64.820072007 C6 Corvette Z06C63.620072007 C6 Corvette Z51C64.220072007 C6 CorvetteC64.820082008 C6 Corvette ConvertibleC64.420082008 C6 Corvette Z06C63.620082008 C6 Corvette Z51C64.120082008 C6 CorvetteC64.820092009 C6 CorvetteC64.020092009 C6 Corvette ConvertibleC64.320092009 C6 Corvette Z06C63.620092009 C6 Corvette Z51C64.120092009 C6 Corvette ZR1C63.320092009 C6 CorvetteC64.820102010 C6 CorvetteC64.020102010 C6 Corvette Grand SportC64.020102010 C6 Corvette Z06C63.620112011 C6 CorvetteC64.020112011 C6 Corvette ConvertibleC64.120112011 C6 Corvette Grand SportC64.020112011 C6 Corvette Grand Sport ConvertibleC64.220112011 C6 Corvette Z06C63.520112011 C6 Corvette Z06 Carbon EditionC63.720112011 C6 Corvette ZR1C63.420122012 C6 Corvette Grand SportC64.020122012 C6 Corvette Z06 Centennial EditionC63.520122012 C6 Corvette ZR1C63.420132013 C6 Corvette 427 60th AnniversaryC63.920132013 C6 CorvetteC63.820142014 C7 Corvette Stingray Z51C73.820142014 C7 Corvette Stingray Z51 ConvC73.720142014 C7 Corvette Stingray Z51 Conv (Manual)C73.820152015 C7 Corvette Z06 (Z07 Package)C73.020152015 C7 Corvette Z06 Conv (Z06 Package)C73.120152015 C7 CorvetteC73.0LT4 supercharged 6.2L V-8 engine.20162016 C7 Corvette Stingray Z51C73.720162016 C7 Corvette Z06 ConvertibleC73.320162016 C7 CorvetteC73.020172017 C7 Corvette Grand SportC73.620172017 C7 Corvette Grand Sport (Manual)C73.820172017 C7 CorvetteC73.620182018 C7 Corvette StingrayC73.720192019 C7 Corvette ZR1C73.220192019 C7 Corvette ZR1 (ZTK Track Pack)C73.020202020 Corvette Stingray Z51C82.8
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1966 Chevrolet Corvette

To be OFFERED AT AUCTION at Auctions America’s Fort Lauderdale event, April 1-3, 2016.

Chassis No.
194376S102264

Estimate:
$120,000 - $140,000 US

Thanks to the introduction of the Shelby 427 Cobra and further aided by being many pounds lighter, the Cobra continued its dominance on the racetrack; apart from the short-term Corvette Grand Sport adventure. Chevrolet engineers were forced to counter with a 427 of their own by enlarging the Corvette’s 396-cid V-8. The big-block engine was noted by the appropriate bulge in the hood. Performance was astounding: 0- to 60-mph in 4.8 seconds, 0- to 100-mph in 11.2 seconds, 12.8 second 1/4-mile and a 152-mph top speed. Ads in the period publications proudly announced, “With 427 cubic inches, who needs adjectives.”

Chevrolet produced a then-record 27,720 Corvettes, including 17,762 convertibles and 9,958 Sting Ray coupes (like this car) with a base price of $4,295 for the coupe version before options. The convertible was listed as $4,084. The Turbo-Jet 427 added a $312.85 to the bottom line. The extra cost for the L72 was justified as it included four-bolt mains, impact extruded aluminum pistons, a very aggressive camshaft, and a Holley 780-cfm carburetor mated to an aluminum intake and a free-flowing exhaust. The K66 transistorized ignition was a mandatory option with the L72, too, of which 5,528 buyers opted for the extra performance of the L72 engine.

This particular car is stated to be one of the “early production 450 horsepower models” versus the later rating of 425-hp. It is reported that at the estimated date of the third week of October, or approximately when serial number 3,000 went down the assembly line, the initial 450-hp and 400-hp ratings were lowered to 425 and 390 by edict from General Motors management due to rumored political reasons inside and outside the company. It is also shared that some of the air cleaner decals received the 450-hp markings, while others, such as this car, even in the earlier run dates still received the 425-hp air cleaner decal. The 450 horsepower engine is recognized as being the same unit as the 425 version; the lower figures are said to have been obtained by using a lower rpm rating.

This Corvette received a restoration in 2003 to show-quality standards and has been well-cared-for and driven sparingly since. The L72 car is finished in Nassau Blue, paint code 976, and also has a blue interior. The car comes with a comprehensive restoration and historical file; plus it is a National Council of Corvette Clubs first place winner in 2003 at Carlisle, Pennsylvania, and it was featured in the November 2015 edition of Corvette Enthusiast. Along with the legendary powerplant, this Corvette features an M22 four-speed manual transmission, a Posi-traction rear end with 4.10:1 gearing with large U-joint retainers, power windows, power antenna, tinted glass, AM/FM radio; correct 80-pound oil pressure gauge, tach and 160-mph speedometer. Among the additions are N.O.S. side exhausts, leather interior, goldline tires and correct reproduction knock-off wheels. Flight 427; now departing through gates 1, 2, 3 and 4.
1966 Chevrolet Corvette 427/450 Coupe

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Crazy acceleration! 1966 Corvette C2 BigBlock 427/425HP

1966 Corvette

For the 1966 Corvette, the big-block V-8 came in two forms: 390 bhp on 10.25:1 compression, and 425 bhp via 11:1 compression, larger intake valves, a bigger Holley four-barrel carburetor on an aluminum manifold, mechanical lifters, and four- instead of two-hole main bearing caps. Though it had no more horsepower than the previous high-compression 396, the 427 packed a lot more torque -- 460 pound/feet vs. 415. Of course, engine outputs were sometimes deliberately understated in the Sixties so as not to arouse the ire (and, subsequently the rates) of insurance companies. Here, 420 and 450 bhp would be closer to the truth.

Ordering a 427 Corvette meant you had to take it with Positraction and the close-ratio Muncie four-speed; there was no other choice. You also got an upgraded suspension, basically the same as the 396 package, as well as stouter, shot-peened halfshafts and U-joints and a higher-capacity radiator and sump.

Regardless of which axle ratio it turned, the 427 Sting Ray was an astonishing executor. With the short 4.11:1 gearing, 0-60 mph times were recorded in a nearly unbelievable 4.8 seconds, and 0-100 mph in 11.2 seconds, with a blistering top speed of 140 mph. The modest 3.36:1 ratio made things only a bit less sensational: Car and Driver reported 0-60 in 5.4 seconds and a standing quarter of 12.8 seconds at 112 mph.

With big-block V-8s being the order of the day, there was less demand for the 327, so small-block offerings were cut from five to two for 1966, and only the basic 300- and 350-bhp versions were retained. Arguably, these were still the best all-around engines. Both required premium fuel on compression ratios well over 10.0:1, and they didn't have the rocket-like thrust of the 427s, but their performance was impressive all the same. As before, both could be teamed with the Powerglide automatic, the standard three-speed manual, or either four-speed option.

1966 Corvette
Only minor cosmetic changes were made to the 1966 Corvette.

Engine choices aside, the 1966 model year dawned quietly for the Sting Ray. Its frontal appearance was mildly altered with an eggcrate grille insert to replace the previous horizontal bars, and the coupe lost its roof-mounted extractor vents, which had proven inefficient. 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 23,562 sales.

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0-100kph time for the Chevrolet Corvette C2 Stingray 427 425hp - [1966] | How fast is the Chevrolet Corvette C2 Stingray 427 425hp - [1966] 0-100kph

0-100kph (0-62mph) Time:

The Chevrolet Corvette C2 Stingray 427 425hp has a 6999cc 16v V8 N/A engine with a 4 speed/ Manual transmission. The Chevrolet Corvette C2 Stingray 427 425hp has a power to weight of 290.4 Bhp per Ton / 314.4 lb-ft per ton which helps it accelerate from 0-100kph (0-62mph) in 5.0 seconds.

0-100kph mph (0-62mph) Time:

The Chevrolet Corvette C2 Stingray 427 425hp can accelerate from 0-96.6 kph (0-60 mph) in 4.8 seconds.

Chevrolet Corvette C2 Stingray 427 425hp - 1966 Top Speed:

The Chevrolet Corvette C2 Stingray 427 425hp has a 6999cc 16v V8 N/A engine with a 4 speed/ Manual transmission. The Chevrolet Corvette C2 Stingray 427 425hp can accelerate to a top speed of 141 mph or 226.9 kph.

More Chevrolet Corvette C2 Stingray 427 425hp Figures and Specs:

We have a range of other performance specifications and figures for the Chevrolet Corvette C2 Stingray 427 425hp. For more performance figures and specs including 0-60 mph time, Top Speed, 0-100 kph, 0-62 mph, 1/4 mile, trap speed, torque, bhp and more go here.

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Figures & Specs Summary:

  • Year: 1966 | Type: Coupe
  • Engine: 6999 cc (427.1 ci) 16 Valve
  • Engine Formation: V8
  • Drive: RWD | Engine Location: F
  • Aspiration: N/A
  • Fuel Type: Petrol
  • Transmission: 4 speed/ Manual
  • Power: 425 bhp (316 kW) @ 6400 rpm
  • Kerbweight: 1463 kgs (3225 lbs)
  • Top Speed: 141 mph (226.9 kph)
  • 0-60 mph (96.6 kph): 4.8 secs
  • 0-100 kph (0-62 mph): 5.0 secs
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The big block 427 Corvette Stingray

From the November 1965 Issue of Car and Driver

Son of a Gun — just what the Corvette needed, more power! Chevrolet has replaced last year's top-of-the-line 396-cu. in. engine with a 427. According to the factory, horsepower remains unchanged at 425, but torque has gone up from 415 lbs/ft. at 4000, to 465 at the same rpm. We asked one Chevrolet man why the increase in displacement and torque didn't have a parallel increase in horsepower. "This was done primarily to save weight," he said, with a twinkling eye; "you must remember that cast-iron is very heavy, and by removing thirty cubic inches of it, we have made a significant reduction in weight."

Last year's 396 "porcupine head" Corvette was cranking out quite a bit more than its advertised 425 bhp, and with 427 cu. in., the gap between advertised and actual becomes even broader. However, Chevrolet insists that there are only 425 horses in there, and we'll just have to take their word for it. Though we feel compelled to point out that these are 425 horses of a size and strength never before seen by man — horses as tall as houses, with hooves as big as bushel baskets. When you have this many of those horses exerting their full force against the small of your back, you are profoundly impressed, and you will most likely lose all interest in counting anyway.

Last month we said that the most dominant feature of any Ferrari was its engine. Well the same thing is true of this big 427 Sting Ray, except that we'd go one step farther and say that it's the power, more than the engine, that overwhelms every other sensation. There's power literally everywhere, great gobs of steam-locomotive, earth-moving torque. And because the Corvette is a relatively small object, and considerably lighter than the other American production cars that are fitted with such engines, there's a direct, one-to-one relationship between the amount of throttle opening and the physical and emotional sensations the driver feels.

Other Corvettes, either the current models with 327 cu. in. engines, or the older ones with the original 283, had a more "European feel." They were very powerful, but they had a zippy, high-winding, no-flywheel feel to them that's missing from the big 427. According to Zora Arkus-Duntov, Chevrolet's Corvette specialist from the very beginning, this difference in sensation is directly related to the comparative torque curves of the two engines. The hottest version of the 327, the 375-bhp fuel-injection engine, produced 350 lbs/ft of torque at 4600 rpm. The new 427 produces 465 lbs/ft at 4000 rpm. As you can see, the 327's rate of acceleration was still increasing after the 427's torque curve had dropped off. Thus, even though the 427 is delivering more torque and more acceleration, its earlier torque peak results in less sensation of acceleration in the higher rpm ranges.

Except for compensatory suspension changes and a few other twists and improvements, the 427 Sting Ray is basically identical to any other Sting Ray. But the big jump in power that came with the jump from 327 to 427 makes those detail changes critical.

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