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Introducing Doug’s Headers at Corvette Central

by Keith Cornett on May 17, 2011

Introducing Doug’s Headers at Corvette Central

A set of headers on your classic C2 or C3 Corvette can increase horsepower and give your car a more powerful sounding exhaust note. Doug’s Headers of East LA has been one of the most respected names in headers since the 60′s and they have recently teamed up with Corvette Central and CorvetteCentralExhaust.com to introduce the Doug’s Headers line of exhaust components for C2 and C3 Corvettes.

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Don’t Mess with Rick Springfield’s Corvette

by Keith Cornett on May 16, 2011

Don't Mess with Rick Springfield's Corvette

Rick Springfield was arrested in Malibu on May 1st for alledgely driving his modified 1963 Corvette Coupe while intoxicated. He blew a .10 which is over the legal limit. When the deputy told him that his $200,000 Corvette would be towed away, he apparently yelled at the deputy “if you tow my car I’ll f**king kill you and your family.”

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Corvettes and Astronauts Celebrate 50 Years Together

by Keith Cornett on May 16, 2011

Corvettes and Astronauts Celebrate 50 Years Together

Fifty years ago this month, Alan Shepard became the first American to travel into outer space. When he returned to Earth, GM presented him with a brand new 1962 Corvette and the connection of Corvettes and Astronauts became the stuff of legends.

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DVR Alert: SPEED’s My Classic Car to Feature 2 Corvettes

by Guest Contributor on May 12, 2011

DVR Alert: Speed’s My Classic Car to Feature 2 Corvettes

Article contributed by Steve Burns

Get those DVR’s programmed to catch this week’s episode of My Classic Car featuring Dennis Gage. This week the certified car nut travels to McKinney, Texas to check out (and of course drive) a cool C3 and a fantastic C2 Restomod.

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Bloomington Gold to Host Cubic Knowledge Training Seminars at 2011 Event

Article contributed by Steve Burns

Ever wonder what takes to prepare a car for Bloomington Gold Certification? What to look for in a restoration shop for your Corvette? Need some detailing tips? Know the difference between NCRS and Bloomington judging? If you’ve ever asked these and other Corvette-related questions, then the folks at Bloomington Gold may have just the seminar for you. Click past the jump to check out all the classes being offered during this year’s event which runs June 23rd – 26th at the Pheasant Run resort in St. Charles, Illinois.

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 Corvettes on Craigslist: 1961 Corvette Barn Find in Atlanta

The 1961 Corvette continued its design evolution with the model year becoming the first C1 without the distinctive teeth grill as well as the first year to feature dual tail lights. However, my Black Book says nothing about a LEER camper option which makes me think this could be an aftermarket modification. The ad just hit Craigslist last night but you’ll find the description to be incredibly terse for someone trying to sell a classic Corvette.

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Saint Bernard Classic Corvette Giveaway 2011

by Keith Cornett on May 10, 2011

Bloomington Gold Announces 10 Inductees into the Great Hall

For the last 23 years, the Saint Bernard Catholic Church in Southern Indiana has offered a classic Corvette raffle to raise funds for the Parish. The annual raffle has become an important funraiser for the church who uses the proceeds to help fund the school and daycare programs at their Rockport, Indiana location. This year’s raffle is a red 1965 Corvette Convertible and tickets are on sale now for $30 each or 4 for $100 with only 10,000 tickets offered.

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Bloomington Gold Announces 10 Inductees into the Great Hall

Article contributed by Steve Burns

We’re just about 6 weeks away from the annual summer pilgrimage of Corvette faithful to St. Charles, Illinois and the Bloomington Gold Corvette show. As the time approaches, we’re getting more and more information about some of the unique events that make up this great 4-day gathering. Started in 2010 in place of the Special Collection, the Great Hall will highlight 10 people and 10 Corvettes per year until 50 people and cars from each category have been saluted. This year’s list of people who helped transform the Corvette hobby into what it is today is just past the jump.

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Find this Stolen 1962 Corvette and Receive a Lifetime of Birthday Cakes

Duff Goldman, the star of the Food Network’s Ace of Cakes is offering a unique reward for the return of his stolen 1962 Corvette. Birthday cake for the rest of your life.

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Corvette Vanity License Plates from the NCM's C5/C6 Bash

Corvette owners are known for customizing their rides and for many that starts with their license plate. Vanity plates are a way for Corvette owners to express themselves and their show pride in their car although some owners have a sense of humor. While at the National Corvette Museum’s C5/C6 Bash, we encountered some many Corvettes sporting a custom vanity plates so we thought we’d share our favorites with you.

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