For the 1966 Corvette, the big-block V-8 came in two forms: 390 bhp on 10.25:1 compression, and 425 bhp via 11:1 compression, larger intake valves, a bigger Holley four-barrel carburetor on an aluminum manifold, mechanical lifters, and four- instead of two-hole main bearing caps. Though it had no more horsepower than the previous high-compression 396, the 427 cu in, 450 hp (later 425 hp) V-8 packed a lot more torque - 460 pound/feet vs. 415.
This Corvette is powered by it's numbers matching 427 cu in 425 hp engine. It has been owned by the same owner since 1971. It features soft ray tinted glass,( F41) suspension, (N36) telescopic column, (U69) AM/FM radio, side-mounyed exhaust and aluminum knock-off wheelsor