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Bob Bondurant Shows Off One of the Schools New 2010 Corvette ZR1s

The Bondurant School of High Performance Driving recently received two new Corvette ZR1s that are used to train new buyers of the 638-horsepower super car. GM gives a free 2-day training course to new ZR1 buyers and the Bondurant course is designed to make new owners appreciate their ZR1s on a whole new level. And speaking of appreciating new ZR1s, catch Bob Bondurant utilizing launch control before tearing into the school’s autocross course. Just another day at the office for Bob and the gang!

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Transformers Corvette Stingray Concept Goes Topless

Ahh, Southern California. The land where fact and fiction can blur and what you see may not always be the case. That’s what we think when taking a look at a Speedster version of the 50th Anniversary Corvette Stingray Concept that was recently spotted parked on a street in Beverly Hills.

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2011 Corvette Pricing: Dealer Installed Genuine Corvette Accessories

In addition to GM releasing the MSRP pricing for the 2011 Corvettes, we also have the pricing for dealer installed Genuine Corvette Accessories. These include the 7-Spoke and 15-spoke wheels designs, mesh screens and the popular full width spoiler. Pricing also is shown for three “Ultimate Exterior Appearance Packages”.

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GM's Corvette Studio Artwork Become Framed Objects of Desire

As an automotive buff and especially as a Corvette enthusiast, I love to look at the drawings made by members of the GM design studio as they sketched out new designs and ideas for America’s sports car. Before you could buy a Corvette, GM’s studio artists first had to sketch it. And now thanks to Route 427′s “Art in Motion”, you can own some of the most iconic automotive artwork ever produced during the heyday of automotive design.

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Corvette Ad Watch: 1958 Corvette Dealer Poster

by Keith Cornett on June 6, 2010

Corvette Ad Watch: 1958 Corvette Dealer Poster

NEW… AND INSPIRED!
CORVETTE BY CHEVROLET
AMERICA’S ONLY TRUE SPORTS CAR

In 1958, every Chevrolet dealer in the country received one of these Corvette posters. Chevy ad man Jim Bernardin tells of using the Myron Scott photo and adding the blue racing stripes to give it sports car racing feel.

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Chevy Awards Detroit Pitcher New Corvette Grand Sport for Great Performance

Detroit Pitcher Armando Galarraga’s quest for a perfect game on Wednesday against the Cleveland Indians came to an end after a botched call by the first base umpire ruled the 27th and final batter safe. Galarraga kept his cool and retired the next batter to record a one-hit, 3-0 shutout in the game. As a reward for Galarraga’s performance on and off the field, Chevrolet stepped up to the plate and delivered a new 2010 Corvette Grand Sport convertible to the hometown pitching hero.

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Oh No! Is SpeedRacer Selling His Mach 5 Corvette?

by Keith Cornett on June 2, 2010

Oh No! SpeedRacer is Selling is Mach 5 Corvette?

Is the economy so bad that even SpeedRacer has to part with his famous Mach 5 race car? Actually, we were tipped to this unique Corvette-based Mach 5 from a twitter user who passed by it on Ventura Boulevard where the car was on the lot of Woodland Hills Quality Motors in LA. The body style is similar to one of Mark Towle’s The Real Mach 5 replicas down to the wheels, but I couldn’t tell you if this is one of his or not. You can be SpeedRacer for just $27,995 although we are pretty sure that it doesn’t come with a monkey.

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Alice Cooper's Three Fender '61 Corvette Sells for $78,000 AUD

This 1961 Ermine White Corvette once owned by Rock legend Alice Cooper was sold this weekend for $78,000 Australian Dollars ($65,481 USD) at the 2010 Shannons Melbourne Winter Classic Auction. The Corvette comes with a signed Fender Squier Guitar, hence the “three fender” nickname. Equipped with a 283 ci V8 and a three speed automatic powerglide, the Corvette has recently been overhauled with new shocks, brakes, tires and other parts. Because the Corvette is older than 15 years, it is not subject to RHD-conversion rules as long as the car is used for personal transportation. Rock on!

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General Cody Salutes Military Vets during Visit to the Corvette Assembly Plant

As part of the video taken earlier this year when General Richard Cody, Vice Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army (Retired), toured the Bowling Green Assembly Plant prior to taking delivery of a 2010 Corvette Grand Sport Convertible, General Cody meets and greets the military vets who are now building America’s favorite sports car.

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Is the World Ready for a General Lee Corvette ZR1?

by Keith Cornett on May 30, 2010

Is the World Ready for General Lee Corvette ZR1?

This Corvette ZR1 has been wrapped in the Dukes of Hazzard’s General Lee livery in anticipation for the GoldRush Rally that is being held over June 8-13, 2010. A General Lee themed Corvette is certainly over the top, however, that orange against the black wheels, headlights and carbon fiber splitter and rockers is stunning and I’m starting to question if this shade is better than the 2011 Corvette’s Inferno Orange.

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