The “Sting Ray” name was introduced with the second generation Corvette, the C2, which was produced from 1963-1967. It was changed to “Stingray” in 1969. See how Corvette has changed over time in this infographic from a car dealership in Sarasota.
1969 CHEVROLET CORVETTE STINGRAY 1969 2 DOOR ROADSTER, SIDE PIPES, RHD, BLACK INTERIOR AND ROOF,MILD CAM, BODY OF CHASSIS, FULLY RESTORED, APPRECIATES IN VALUE EVERY YEAR. A TROPHY WINNER, mail me directly for more pics and questions- firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 0404 721 288 $65,000 ono
1969 Chevrolet Corvette ZL-1 427 2D Coupe was originally ordered as a company car for a corvette plant resident engineer from St. Louis. It ended up being one of only 3 of these type of vehicles ever produced. This vehicle boasted a L88 special turbo jet 427 V8 engine, F41 special purpose suspension, a ZL-1 aluminum cylinder block and a heavy duty transmission and brake system.