A classic Corvette Stingray is inherently perfect. But technology can take perfection to a new level, as with the 1971 Corvette Stingray featuring the LT1 crate engine from Chevrolet Performance.
This Corvette was found of a daily driver in need of a little TLC. But TLC turned out to mean the first project-car installation of the 460-horsepower, 460 lb-ft of torque, 376-cubic-inch 6.2L LT1.
The ’71 Stingray’s modern power gets to the road thanks to the T56 Super Magnum 6-speed transmission. And with three shifter position capacity, and two-position shifter plate, shifter handle, and Chevrolet Performance-logo ball-type shifter knob included, the T56 is the perfect choice for professional and amateur racers alike.
Unless specifically noted to the contrary herein, vehicles equipped with Chevrolet Performance Parts may not meet Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards and emissions regulations and should not be operated on public roads. Chevrolet Performance customers are responsible for ensuring their use of Chevrolet Performance complies with applicable federal, state, and local laws, regulations, and ordinances. Many parts intended for racing or other “off-highway” use are not designed or tested for crashworthiness or to meet the safety needs of the motoring public, and may adversely affect the original intended performance or handling characteristics of the vehicle. These parts are designed and intended to be used with experts supervising their installation and use, to help assure the proper and safe operation of the vehicle.