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The first-ever production Corvette coupe, a futuristic fastback, sported for its time period unusual styling elements. The rear window’s basic shape had been originally conceived by Bob McLean for the Q-model. The rest of the Sting Ray design was equally stunning. 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 in³ (7 L), 430 hp (321 kW V8 packed a lot more torque – 460 pound/feet vs. 415. Of course, engine outputs were sometimes deliberately understated in the Sixties. -wikipedia
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