1968 Mako Shark II concept  With the success of the original 1961 Mako Shark concept as the basis for the C2-era Corvettes, the Chevrolet design team revisited the concept in 1965 and created the Mako Shark II, refining the body lines that would become the C3-era Corvette starting in 1968. This concept was equipped with a 427 cubic inch engine, digital gauges, and a removable hardtop. The car no longer exists, as it was cannibalized in 1969 to create the Manta Ray concept.

1968 Mako Shark II concept With the success of the original 1961 Mako Shark concept as the basis for the C2-era Corvettes, the Chevrolet design team revisited the concept in 1965 and created the Mako Shark II, refining the body lines that would become the C3-era Corvette starting in 1968. This concept was equipped with a 427 cubic inch engine, digital gauges, and a removable hardtop. The car no longer exists, as it was cannibalized in 1969 to create the Manta Ray concept.

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