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Corvette Lifestyles

Via CorvetteVideos.TV

Check out this cool video of a 1964 Corvette Restomod that was submitted by a reader. His dad’s Corvette was recently featured in Super Chevy Magazine:

The idea of this video was derived from Rob at Underground Racing. Video is of my fathers 1964 Corvette Stingray, which has been referred to as “Stepchild’s Revenge.” It made the cover of the December issue of Vette Magazine. This was made for my video production class at school. I have a passion for making car videos and hopefully one day work for a big automobile corporation.

We assume the “stepchild” in the title refers to the nickname many have given the 1964 Corvette. With an LS7 under the hood, we see how this midyear model dishes out its revenge! Thanks for sharing Kyle and great job on the video!

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2014 Corvette Stingray Production Statistics

by Keith Cornett on October 20, 2014

2014 Corvette Stingray Production Statistics

It was back in August that we learned the General Motors produced 37,288 Corvette Stingray for the 2014 model year and now we’ve got the breakdown on the production statistics.

Leading the way was the Corvette Z51 Coupe which accounted for 41% of the models built and the most popular color was Torch Red which can be found on nearly one of out of five (19%) 2014 Corvette Stingrays.

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Junior Replicas' 1956 Corvette is a 2/3 Replica Go-Kart of The Real McCoy

If you can’t afford the real thing, this might be the next best thing.

The 1956 Chevrolet Corvette SR Prototype, also known as “The Real McCoy,” hammered for a cool $2.3 million* at Mecum Auctions back in January.

Now, this 2/3 replica, manufactured by well-respected Junior Replicas of Brazil, is currently available at Hemmings classifieds for a whole lot less – just $14,900.

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[POLL] Where Should the Bloomington Gold Corvette Show Move to Next?

Late last Friday we broke the news that Bloomington Gold is moving their show from Champaign to a new location to be announced. We had heard rumblings that another relocation could in the works, and that now looks to be a reality. But where should they go next?

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It’s Time for the 3rd Annual Corvettes at Bondurant HPDE

by Keith Cornett on October 16, 2014

It's Time for the 3rd Annual Corvettes at Bondurant HPDE

Our friends at the Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving have scheduled their 3rd annual Corvettes at Bondurant HPDE for October 25th and 26th at their facility in Arizona. If you’re interested in attending, make your plans now as Corvettes at Bondurant limited to the first 200 Corvettes who register for the event.

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A woman’s brush with death has given a new purpose for her black 1974 Corvette.

Jennifer Barnett knew something just wasn’t right with her body last year. She found a large lump in her left breast in August 2013, and about a month later, doctors gave her the grim news – she had stage IV breast cancer that had apparently spread to her liver.

She embarked on a year of chemotherapy aimed to keep the cancer from growing, and by February, tests showed that the breast tumor had indeed shrunk – but the tumor in her liver had not.

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[PICS] Corvette Stingray Painted for Detroit Art Museum Fundraiser

On Friday evening at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD), three GM design employees used a vinyl-wrapped Arctic White Corvette Stingray as their canvas and repainted the sports car live during a fundraiser which generated nearly $400,000.

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National Corvette Seller Mike Furman Nominated for the GM Mark of Customer Excellence Award

The thousands of Corvette owners he’s gone out of his way to make happy over the past 37 years don’t need to see an award to know what a great salesman Mike Furman is.

They’ve seen with their own eyes what a great job he does for his customers.

Still, though, Corvette’s No. 1 salesman has just added a very impressive feather to his cap. He recently became the first dealership employee ever to be nominated for the prestigious GM Mark of Customer Excellence Award.

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This 1962 Corvette Earns a Blue Ribbon Despite Squirting a Judge with Washer Fluid
Photo Credit: Dan Proudfoot

Doug Kinsman was just following orders when one of the judges at a prestigious car show asked him to see if the windshield washers worked on his 1962 Corvette.

Kinsman’s car was being judged last month at Cobble Beach when judge John Ballard requested the operation of the washers.

Kinsman had never tried them so he said he didn’t know if they would work or not.

He soon found out that they did squirt washer fluid, lots of it, in fact – just not in the right place.

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[VIDEO] 1962 Corvette Earns Keith's Choice Award at 2014 Corvette FunFest

Part of our responsibilities when covering Mid America Motorwork’s 2014 Corvette FunFest is the selection of a Corvette for our celebrity choice award. As we wandered Corvette FunFest’s back parking lot looking for the appropriate Corvette, we realized our work would be cut out for us. So many great Corvettes. So many great stories.

That’s when I spotted Mike McGuirk and his son Mike sitting behind a Honduras Maroon 1962 Corvette.

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