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When it comes to American classic sports cars, there are few head-turners as one of the most iconic, the wild and legendary Chevrolet Corvette Stingray.

We were on the hunt for a car we can shoot in a true SXdrv manner for our January 2020 feature, and in the mix of Ferrari's, Lamborghini's and Porsche's, we spotted this little black devil sitting in the corner of Carbon Black Auto's incredible showroom floor. Needless to say, we all agreed this would be the one!

This Chevy Corvette Stingray is a 1977 model, which plays a significant role in its history. The first Stingray's rolled off the production line in 1963 and, with its desirable looks, neck-breaking performance and achievable price, the Corvette Stingray increased in popularity over the next decade.

The 1977 model broke the sales records, hitting just over 49'000 units in 1977 alone, beating all the previous years of production.

This Corvette Stingray is nothing shy than an ear-shattering head-turner, it just looks so good in its fully black paint job, unique Foose wheels and vibrant red interior. This one has a 350 V8 Chevrolet small-block with forced induction in the shape of a supercharger, and to let out its symphonies it has custom side pipes too.

Be sure to check out our car and babe exclusive feature here with this 1977 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray, and the stunning Elmé Muller!

Car Specs:

1977 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray "Sugar Scoop"
Carbon Black Auto
Foose Wheels
Side Pipes
Supercharged Forced Induction
350 V8 Small-Block

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