The Corvette Stingray
The Chevrolet Corvette is one of the pinnacles of the American automobile. Within the seven generations of the Corvette, there was a particular style apart from the others in the family, the Corvette Stingray. The stingray was designed and first concept model released in 1957, and it was different from other Corvettes merely based off racing models from the European automotive industries; the Corvette Stingray was designed to be a race car through and through. The first Corvette Stingray on the market was the setting of the C2 second generation Corvette in 1963, with the design for the consumer sports car continuing until the end of the C3 third generation, and the end of the Corvette Stingray until recently reintroduced in the C7 generation released in 2014. The Corvette Stingray was a favorite of American cool guys, and the ’66 model in particular was the favorite domestic sports car of the king of cool himself, Steve McQueen.
Owning a Corvette alone is something most people will only ever dream of, but actually having one of the rare, definitive American muscle cars? You are a blessed individual to have such a well-loved piece of American automotive history. If you have such a car, you would be very protective and caring over it, as well you should be, but even the most loving, protective person cannot be watching their Corvette Stingray every hour of every day. Accidents can happen, and your amazing car can get damaged. What do you do then?
Corvette Stingray Experts
Even though the C-7 is a fairly new model, Express Collision Center is already Stingray certified. This assures you that we know how to repair your Stingray and not have to learn how on your car. The C-7 is constructed with a large amount of aluminum alloys. Our technicians have received the necessary training to directly deal with the welding and repair of these aluminum alloys.
Express Collision Center is a family owned auto body shop located right on the corner of Flamingo and Decatur.
When it comes to finding the right people to work on, let alone handle your Corvette Stingray, you need to be sure they can be trusted 100% to the letter to get the job done right. Express Collision Center is your go to Stingray collision repair experts. Call us today at (702) 676-2010 or swing by our shop at the corner of Flamingo and Decatur.