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Corvette Lifestyles

Great Automotive Rivalries: 911 vs. Corvette

by Mitch Talley on March 8, 2013

Great Automotive Rivalries: 911 vs. Corvette

Corvettes and 911s have been going up against each other for decades, but the rivalry really is more for bragging rights rather than trying to win one side over to the other.

Really, you Corvette owners out there, would you trade your ’Vette for any Porsche? And vice versa.

Still, the automotive world has turned the two cars into serious competitors over the years. CarBuzz.com recently took a trip down Memory Lane and reflected on the long-running battle.

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[VIDEO] Corvette Product Manager Harlan Charles Featured on Faces of GM

You couldn’t blame Harlan Charles for pinching himself every now and then, just to make sure he’s not dreaming.

As a child, he loved reading the sports car books that his father would bring to him from Europe.

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[PIC] Here's a Sneak Peek of the 2014 Corvette Stingray Convertible

At this moment, a caravan of Corvettes is following a Chevy transport vehicle across Europe as it heads to the Geneva Motor Show. Inside that transport are both the 2014 Corvette Stingray Coupe and the not-yet-seen Convertible model. However, at a recent stop in Germany where the Stingray Coupe was rolled out and displayed for enthusiasts, we got this sneak peek of the Convertible under its car cover.

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End of an Era: The Last C6 Corvette Rolls Off the Production Line in Bowling Green

Early Thursday morning just after 8 am, an Arctic White 2013 Corvette 427 Convertible rolled off the assembly line at Bowling Green’s Corvette Assembly Plant. Not only was it the final Corvette of the 2013 model year, but it was also the very last C6 Corvette made.

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Reminder: 2014 Corvette Stingray to Make West Coast Debut at the Petersen Automotive Museum

If you’re like most Corvette enthusiasts and can’t wait to see the C7 in person, we’ve got some good news if you happen to live on the West Coast.

The Petersen Automotive Museum is celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Corvette with a special weekend of events on Friday and Saturday (March 1 and 2).

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[PIC] Black 2014 Corvette Stingray Seen Testing in San Diego

by Keith Cornett on February 17, 2013

[PIC] Black 2014 Corvette Stingray Testing in San Diego

Are these GM engineers and their pre-production Stingray Corvettes everywhere? Here is a black 2014 Corvette Stingray that was spotted in the San Diego area this weekend by some Camaro enthusiasts and their pics were are posted on Corvette7.com. The Camaro guys say they blocked the exits of a parking lot so they could talk with the driver who is none other than Jim Mero.

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2014 Corvette Stingray's Color Configurator Allows You to Play with Paint and Wheel Options

We’ve only been able to see a few colors of actual C7 Corvettes in the flesh, including the Laguna Blue Stingray that holds the dubious distinction of apparently becoming the first crash victim a few days ago.

For fans of the seventh-generation Corvette who are counting down the months until they can actually go to their dealer and pick up their pride and joy (hopefully in the third quarter of this year), Chevrolet has unveiled a color configurator just for you.

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Bloomington Gold 2013 Registration Opens February 15th

by Steve Burns on February 14, 2013

Bloomington Gold 2013 Registration Opens February 15th

The 2013 rendition of the Bloomington Gold Corvette show is just about 4 months away and now’s the time to sign up if you’re planning on attending or showing a car. Registration for this year’s show opens up on Friday, February 15th. The June 28-30th festival of Corvettes will be held for the first time this year on the University of Illinois campus in Champaign.

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The $2.5 Billion Economy Surrounding the Chevrolet Corvette

Chevy’s Corvette may be a little fish in a big pond, as far as the total financial picture at General Motors goes.

But when it comes to the total economic impact created by ancillary industries, America’s Sports Car is making quite a big ripple in that pond, thank you, according to a story by Edmunds.com.

In fact, even with sales of just 14,132 Corvettes during 2012 because of the economic downturn and the impending release of the C7, Edmunds estimates that Corvette’s total economic activity could well be more than $2.5 billion.

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New Bright's 1:8 scale Radio Controlled 2014 Corvette Stingray

Chevy promises that if you can afford to buy a C6 Corvette, then likewise you can afford the exciting new C7 when it comes out later this year.

Well, for those of us who couldn’t even afford a new C5 back in the day, much less a C6 or C7 nowadays, toymaker New Bright has just the ticket for us: an exclusive 1:8 scale radio control version of the Corvette Stingray that features an extremely detailed interior and working LED headlights.

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