The 1961 Corvette was the first to include aluminum radiators as standard equipment. These radiators featured a new crossflow design. The exhaust was moved to exit the car under the rear bumper instead of out of the bumper itself, this was to prevent the bumpers from getting dirty from the exhaust. The rear was completely redesigned to include the 4 tail lights that we now expect on a Corvette. The front of the car was the first that did not have the heavy teeth of previous years.
Updated to modern Pro Touring status, this car is fitted with a fuel injected LT 1 engine, 5 speed manual transmission, Pro Touring suspension, tubular A arms, front disc brakes, power steering, and Vintage Air. It also includes a hardtop.