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Keith Cornett

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Senior Editor and founder of "Corvette: Sales, News & Lifestyle". I drive my dad's 1966 Corvette Sting Ray Convertible and call the Corvette Museum home.

C5 Corvette Featured in MPH Rearview

Jay Lamm at MPH-Online.com does a nice review of the C5 Corvette and what to look for when purchasing a pre-owned version of the...

C6 Corvette Roof Recall

Chevrolet has implemeted a service bulletin for 2005-06 Corvettes with painted roofs. On certain 2005-2006 Chevrolet Corvette vehicles, the painted roof panel may...

Corvette 2nd on Owner Satisfaction List

While all the news accounts I've read about the new Consumer Reports car-owner Satisfaction Survey is mostly concentrated on the "Japanese Autos Dominate" angle,...

Cruizing Central Florida in March

The weather in Florida this time of year is simply outstanding. High's in the mid 70's and no rain in sight. Another...

Owner of Lost Corvette Found

Last month, Lee Smith left home for a three-day trip. When he returned, his garage was wide open and his prized 1960 Red/White...

Corvette Pricing Trends of 2005

In our first two installments of our 2005 Corvette Pricing Trends series, we looked at the Top 11 Appreciating Corvettes and the Top 10...

Depreciating Corvettes: The Top 10 of 2005

Continuing with our discussion of Corvette Pricing Trends from 2005, we now look at Corvettes whose values are still depreciating. The C5s (1997-2004)...

Lutz Confims Blue Devil/SS Rumor?

While in Geneva, Switzerland for the International Auto Show, GM Vice Chairman Bob Lutz suggested a new, more powerful version for the Corvette might...

Corvette Comparisons That Don’t Add Up

Corvette comparisons crack me up. Every performance car from some other manufacturer is their answer to the Corvette. And while some do...

Appreciating Corvettes: The Top 11 of 2005

2005 was another great year for Corvette enthusiast who also own Corvettes. Our analysis for the 2005 calendar year reflects excellent price results. Most...

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