Corvette Black Book, 1953-2002

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Michael Bruce Associates, Incorporated, Oct 1, 2001 - Corvette automobile - 128 pages
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Since 1953, the Corvette has been the quintessential, and some argue only, American sports car. Corvette Black Book is the premiere resource for enthusiasts and collectors (0-933534-47-7, 2001 Edition), packing a ton of information and taking readers on a year-by-year journey through the history of Corvette production, culminating with the 2002 model-year. For each car the author includes not only VINs, but specifications for engine blocks, heads, carburetors, alternators and distributors. Also provided are each year's base model and option prices, as well as charts of color codes. In addition, the there's a brief Corvette history and a photograph for every model year.

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Corvette Black Book

User Review  - slingshots -

A must for all true Corvette owners and enthusiasts. We have been buying updated versions of this book for over 30 years. It is a ready reference guide of Corvette facts presented by year model of the car. We consider it a Corvette bible. Read full review

Corvette Black Book

User Review  - hotrod32 - Walmart

If you are thinking about buying a used corvette, this book is essential. Each Corvette model, ie C2, has slightly different features and options which vary with the year. For Example, 1965's have 4 wheel disc brakes whereas 63's and 64's do not. Read full review

About the author (2001)

Mike Antonick is a long-time Corvette aficionado and acknowledged expert on the marque. He resides in Lewis Center, Ohio.

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