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Customized Corvettes

[PICS] The 1957 Hot Rod Magazine Project Corvette Reborn

Back in the early 1970′s Hot Rod magazine was looking for a project car to go racing in. What they decided to use was a 1957 Corvette with the 270hp 283ci engine and a 3 speed transmission. Once completed they tore up west drag strips en route to national ET and speed records. After it’s short racing career, nothing much was heard of this car until it showed up last weekend at Detroit Autorama sporting a fresh frame off restoration.

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[GALLERY] Corvette 4x4 Friday (32 Corvette photos)

Yesterday’s blog post on the Yellow Corvette 4×4 generated a lot of interest and comments on our social media pages, and these cars always do. So why not expand on the subject with a random photo gallery. Here’s 32 random images of Corvettes destined for greater heights (literally).

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[VIDEO] 4×4 C3 Corvette Dares to be Different

by Steve Burns on March 6, 2014

[VIDEO] 4x4 C3 Corvette Dares to be Different

The lifted 4 x 4 Corvette: It’s the perfect antithesis to everything America’s sports car has represented since 1953. They’re existence twists your mind like an episode of ABC’s Lost or the first time you heard Mike Tyson talk. We hadn’t seen one of these brutes turn up online for a while until this yellow C3 showed up at Crusin’ the Coast on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.

Chevrolet built 46,558 Corvettes for the 1976 model year. Of those, 3,389 were painted Bright Yellow. 0 were 4 wheel drive.

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Mecum's Houston Event Offers Two Compelling Corvettes

It appears that Mecum is off and running for 2014 after a weather induced slow start in Kissimmee. Their Houston event is shaping up to be typical of the high quality consignments that usually characterizes their events with some outstanding Corvettes scheduled to cross the block from Thursday, April 10th through Saturday, April 12th.

As I was reviewing Mecum’s latest on-line catalog, two Corvettes jumped off the page to capture my attention.

Certainly no Corvette enthusiast could ignore the Bunkie Knudsen Corvette, after all it is not only the auction headliner, it is one of the most interesting Corvettes ever made, as well as the personal car for then Chevrolet General manager Bunkie Knudsen. The second Corvette, perhaps not as well known, is the stunning 1967 Corvette coupe once owned by former Marine and Viet Nam veteran, Don McNamara, and put into storage with less than 3K miles on it, has a bullet proof provenance and literally may be the finest 1967 “survivor” in existence.

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Corvettes on eBay: Forgiato Widebody C7 Corvette Stingrays

by Mitch Talley on February 13, 2014

Corvettes on eBay: Forgiato Widebody C7 Corvette Stingrays

If the new Corvette Stingray isn’t quite distinctive enough for you, then you might want to check out the eBay auction going on right now for a Forgiato Widebody C7 Corvette Stingray, one of which was on display at SEMA in November.

We found a video today at www.forgiato.com that shows two of the distinctive “Aston Martin Blue” Forgiato Stingrays weaving their way down a city street. We’re not sure if the car for sale now is one of those or not.

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Corvettes on eBay: 1975 Corvette Greenwood Sport Wagon

by Keith Cornett on February 10, 2014

Corvettes on eBay: 1975 Corvette Greenwood Sport Wagon

Here’s another one of John Greenwood’s infamous Corvette Sport wagons. Part Corvette, part station wagon, it’s the ultimate sport utility vehicle. This yellow 1975 Corvette was recently pulled from a garage where it sat for 10 years and if you’re interested in becoming its next owner, you’ve now got less than one day to get in on this eBay deal before the sale closes on Tuesday afternoon.

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[VIDEO] 1961 Kelly Corvette Coupe is One of a Kind

by Mitch Talley on December 2, 2013

[VIDEO] 1961 Kelly Corvette Coupe is One of a Kind

They call it a 1961 Kelly Corvette Coupe.

But if it didn’t say Corvette on the door panels, you probably wouldn’t think it had any connection at all to the Chevrolet sports car.

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Students Restore C4 Corvette to Honor Veterans

by Mitch Talley on December 2, 2013

Students Restored Corvette to Honor Veterans

Lots of hard work in a short time resulted in this patriotic tribute, just in time for the 2013 New York City Veterans Day Parade last month.

The 1984 Corvette had belonged to a Korean War veteran, whose wife donated it after he recently passed away to the Cpl. David W. Leonard K.I.A. War Memorial Museum in Godeffroy, N.Y.

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[VIDEO] Eight Second Supercharged Corvette Z06

by Keith Cornett on December 1, 2013

Via CorvetteVideos.TV

Supercharged Corvette built by G-Force in Houston. We got to see some test passes at the Texas Speed Syndicate track day.

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GM Announces New Premiere Edition with Lime Rock Green Corvette Stingray Convertible

It was back in September that we learned that Chevrolet would be building a “Premiere Edition” Corvette Stingray Convertible to compliment the 500 Premiere Edition Coupes that were announced in June. Now, Chevy has officially announced the limited edition model and surprise, they are mixing things up a bit for the drop top.

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