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Please submit sites about submit sites about C1 or first generation Corvettes only. All other Corvettes sites should be submitted to Recreation/Autos/Makes_and_Models/Chevrolet/Corvette.
The very first Corvettes, were often referred to as 'first generation' or 'C1' Corvettes.
Please submit sites about C2 or second generation Corvettes. All other Corvette sites should be submitted to Recreation/Autos/Makes_and_Models/Chevrolet/Corvette.
This short-lived generation brought about some important changes in Corvettes, including the emergence of the Stingray in 1966. These cars are often referred to as 'second generation' or 'C2' Corvettes.
Please submit sites about C3 or third generation Corvettes. All other Corvette sites should be submitted to Recreation/Autos/Makes_and_Models/Chevrolet/Corvette.
These Corvettes symbolized another radical change in body style. The Stingray was discontinued in 1976, and in 1978 a special Corvette was produced for the car's 25th Anniversary. Production continued through 1982, when another 'Collector's Edition' model was released.
Please submit sites about C4 or fourth generation Corvettes. All other Corvette sites should be submitted to Recreation/Autos/Makes_and_Models/Chevrolet/Corvette.
The Corvette produced in 1983 was of a poor quality, and only a few were made. Of these, only one survives, and it sits in the National Corvette Museum. The C4 Corvette began in 1984 and continued through 1996. Special editions cars were released in 1988 and 1992 as 35th and 40th Anniversary Corvettes, respectively.
Please submit sites about C5 Corvettes only. All other Corvette sites should be submitted to the proper subcategory of Recreation/Autos/Makes_and_Models/Chevrolet/Corvette. All other Chevy sites should be submitted to Recreation/Autos/Makes_and_Models/Chevrolet.
The current incarnation of the Corvette is the C5 or 'fifth generation' Corvette.
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