Solid Axle Corvette Club Celebrates the Original

Although there were two significantly different front ends and three different rear ends to the C1 Corvette, they all shared a solid rear axle.  When the 1963 Sting Ray arrived, the solid rear axle was gone forever. However, a knickname was birthed for the C1Solid Axle Corvettes.

The Solid Axle Corvette Club has brought Corvette enthusiasts together for thirteen years or so, and their Annual Convention is upon us in just about a month!  Join them in St. Charles, Missouri the week of June 11.  Complete details can be found on their website.

A tip of the hat goes out to Classic Motorsports Magazine for a story in the May print issue.

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  1. Don Reynolds says:

    I am trying to find any jacket or other appeal for my son who is still driving my 58.We have had it for almost 49 years.
    Lots of stuff for late models but nothing for solid axel vintage

  2. don cox says:

    Could you tell me where and when the next sacc convention will be held

  3. Robert Pretel says:

    Have “finished” restoration of a 1959 Vette…have driver door, complete rear end, axle, hubs, cover that allows the hard and soft top to attach to body, and 2 boxes of misc parts. for sale

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