Observation Deck or Flight Line?

Flight 427, now departing through gates 1, 2, 3 and 4.

Pardon the word play, but Flight 427 is our way of informing you that Corvette can now be ordered with a 427-cubic-inch Turbo-Jet V8. We threw in the bit about the gates just to let you know our fully synchronized 4-speed’s a must with this rig.

The regular-version 427 dispenses 390 jp and 460 lbs-ft of torque on hydraulic lifters, while the special-cam edition turns out 425 hp and the same amount of torque on solid lifters. Which one you order depends on whether you spend your time on the observation deck or the flight line.

Otherwise, we recommend our trusty 327 cubic-incher, available at ratings of either 300 or 350 horsepower. More than enough to slip the surly bonds with, eh, Orville?

You’d better believe it.

Corvette Performance The Chevrolet Way.

’66 Corvette. Fasten your seatbelts. They’re standard.

I love that they openly mock anyone who would even consider the standard 427, or—heaven forbid—the 327. Wusses. We need more open mockery of potential consumers in today’s advertising.

via Voiture-Jaune

One response to “Observation Deck or Flight Line?”

  1. ed snova says:

    “If you don’t have a past yet, get a Mach I now.” Or words to that effect. –Ford Mustang advert, circa 1970.

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