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Simple Weekend Corvette Projects

by Keith Cornett on May 25, 2006

I’ve been a subscriber to Corvette Fever Magazine since 1993 and have always found the magazine to be an enjoyable read despite the revolving door of editors and writers over the past few years. One of the reasons I’ve stuck with Corvette Fever over the years is they offer guides to some easy do-it-yourself projects that just about anybody can perform. Currently at CorvetteForum.com for you non-subscribers, you can view a list of simple weekend projects that will not only enhance your Corvette, but you’ll feel like “the man” because you did it yourself. For midyear owners, one project details the replacement of your pitted and faded taillights. When my 1966 Corvette was repainted, I opted for a new set of taillights from Ecklers and found that they were very easy to install and the new shiny chrome with the bright red lights really enhances the look. Besides, the taillights are usually the last feature that people will see as you blast by them on the road. Other projects include Tuning your Holley Carburetor, Master Cylinder Replacement and a new exhaust system. Check out the list at CorvetteForum.com. And if you are interested in subscribing to an all-around good Corvette magazine, click here to subscribe.
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