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Corvettes on TV

by Keith Cornett on November 21, 2005

Thanksgiving always brings back memories of hitting the road (over the hills and through the woods) to visit family and partake in Thanksgiving feasts and this year will be no different as my family heads out on a nearly 2,000 road trip from Florida to Kentucky. Unfortunately, no visit to the NCM will be made during this trip, but we will be attending the UK vs Tennesse football game on Saturday in Lexington. While I’m gone this week, I won’t be doing any posts to CorvetteBlogger.com, however my TiVo will be very busy. SpeedTV is offering several shows that focus on the Corvette or muscle cars in general. Here is what is on my list: Old School Corvette Racer
SpeedTV – Thurs, Nov. 24th
Tom, Peter and the rest of the Dream Car Garage crew build a vintage racer from the junked remains of a ’69 Corvette and go racing. Small Block Shootout
SpeedTV – Thurs, Nov. 24th
From the producers of Dream Car Garage, Small Block Shootout features four small block pony cars, representing the street versions of the legendary Trans-Am cars that battled it out on road courses across North America during the 1969 and ’70 seasons. American Muscle Car is running a marathon on Friday. Two of their shows include: The Mako Shark and Beyond
SpeedTV – Fri, Nov 25th – 1pm
America’s first sports car is 47 years old and still going strong. Okay, so the program is a little dated, but that is the beauty of classic corvettes – they never change! The Man Who Invented the Small Block
SpeedTV – Fri, Nov 25 – 10PM
Ed Cole’s quest to create Chevy’s first V8 engine transformed Chevrolet’s from low-buck transportation into the raciest cars ever made in Detrot.

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