The world is filled with wonderful cars for us to enjoy. The Pagani Zonda and the Corvette Sting Ray are just two examples of wonderful playthings. The Pagani Zonda is one of several extreme sports cars to come out of the car loving country of Italy, while the Corvette Sting Ray is one of the most beloved cars ever constructed on United States soil. The Pagani Zonda is a much younger car than the legendary Corvette Stingray and made its debut in 1999. The number of cars produced each year is very limited and usually lands around 25 cars. If you want to become the proud owner of a Pagani Zonda, you better start queuing right now.
Making its debut in 1953, Chevrolet Corvette was the first all-American sports car from a United States car manufacturer. Originally manufactured in St. Louis, Missouri and Flint, Michigan, the Chevrolet Corvette is today assembled at the General Motor plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The Corvette Sting Ray was introduced in 1963 and featured a unique split rear window. This window was only available on the 1963 models since it was promptly discontinued due to safety concerns. The 1963 Corvette Sting Ray also featured independent rear suspension and prominent fake hood vents. The Corvette Sting Ray has been declared “coolest car in history” by Automobile Magazine and Sports Car International acknowledged it to be one of the Top 5 Sports Cars of the 1960s.