1977 Corvette

The Ultimate 1977 Corvette Database

1977 Chevrolet Corvette Research

An in-depth guide to the 1977 'Vette: Specifications, photo galleries, VIN information, recalls, options, & everything else you could want to know about the third Corvette generation's tenth model year.

Everything You Want to Know About the '77 Corvette, All in One Place

Our team of Corvette fanatics obsess over the details that matter. After turning CorvSport.com into the largest Corvette database on the internet, we decided to take it a step further and build out model-year guides. Here you'll find everything from engines to maintenance schedules, wallpapers to detailed specifications. If it's about the 1977 Corvette, you'll find it here.

Start Here: 1977 Chevrolet Corvette Guide: History, Performance, & More

A significant milestone coinciding with the arrival of the 1977 Corvette happened in a year that was full of impressive milestones.  On May 25, 1977, the film world would be changed forever as audiences were transported to a “galaxy far, far away” in George Lucas’s outer space epic, “Star Wars.”

1977 Corvette Technical Research & Data

Dig into the numbers behind the 1977 Corvette and check out these hand-curated research papers and data-driven reports, including VIN information, pricing/options, color samples, and more.

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The 1977 Corvette set another new sales and production record at 49,213 units. The popularity of the Chevy Corvette throughout the 1970’s was proven time and again by the year over year increase in sales numbers despite the dramatic increases in cost.

1977 Corvette Engine Guides

Looking for information on the engines powering the 77 'Vette? Look no further.

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1977 Corvette Ads, Brochures, Photos, & Videos

Because who doesn't love a gorgeous third generation Corvette?

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1977 Corvette Auction & Sales Data

See our coverage of 1977 Vettes up for auction or for sale. Note: this not a classifieds area.

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