The 1965 Chevrolet Corvette is a two-seater sports car known for its sleek design and impressive performance. It was the last year for the popular second-generation model before the third-generation was released in 1968.
The 1965 Corvette was available in two body styles: a convertible and a coupe with a removable hardtop. The exterior features included a long, sloping hood, sharp fender lines, and a rear split window for the coupe model. It was also available in a variety of colors, including Rally Red, Nassau Blue, and Milano Maroon.
Under the hood, the Corvette had a 327 cubic inch V8 engine that produced 300 horsepower. It was paired with a four-speed manual transmission and could go from 0 to 60 mph in around 6 seconds.
Other notable features of the 1965 Corvette include power-assisted four-wheel disc brakes, independent suspension, and a deluxe interior with bucket seats and a teakwood steering wheel.
Today, the 1965 Corvette is highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts alike for its classic design and impressive performance.