1967 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray L88 Coupe Gallery
The now-famous L88 made its debut in this red, white and blue Sunray DX Motorsports Corvette. It raced to victory at the 1967 12 Hours of Sebring in the hands of drivers Dave Morgan and Don Yenko to finish 1st in GT class and 10th overall.
This sucess motivated General Motors to later offer the same components for future race cars. The L88 package included many competition components like an M22 ‘Rock Crusher’ transmission, large disc brakes, upgraded suspension and an alumunim head 427.
Shortly after the race, the L88 option would be offered on production cars which was a tormedous package for a road-going machine. It still the most powerfull engine that has ever appeared in a production Corvette.
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