You can tell its been a long cold winter when Corvette guys start doing burnouts in their garage. Spring can’t come soon enough!
[VIDEO] Man Teaches Daughter How To Do Donuts in a Corvette ZHZ
[VIDEO] Corvette Catches Fire During Burnout Contest
[VIDEO] Burnout Super Test: Viper SRT-10 vs. 2011 Corvette Z06 Carbon Prototype
One of the things I love about Corvettes is that you can learn something new every day about them as well as how they fit it to all different niches of America’s car culture in general. For me, today’s lesson comes from the term “Murdered Out” which the Urban Dictionary describes as a vehicle that is black with black wheels and looks very intimidating. So I think you’ll agree this 2004 Matte-Black Corvette Z06 easily fits that description.
Our friends at the National Corvette Museum’s Insurance Agency unveiled a redesigned website this week that makes quoting collector car insurance as easy as the click of your mouse. NCM Insurance is provided through American Modern Insurance Group and discounts are available for eligible NCM members. One of the best features about the classic car insurance program through the NCM is that all agency commissions go to the support the Museum.
For more info on the coverages offered, check out the new website at: www.ncminsurance.com or call Adam Boca at 877-678-7626.
This video is awesome on so many levels. First, the lure of hooning a rented car is strong motivation enough, but when that rental is a Velocity Yellow Corvette ZHZ from Hertz, your sense of right and wrong goes out the door. But the real beauty of this video is the relationship between father and daughter. She will never forget the day her dad taught her how to do donuts in a yellow Corvette and believe me, neither will he.
Remember the world’s worst custom painted Corvette, the Dragon Vette? Apparently it has undergone several more transformations and is now Atomic Orange with a Black tail and wheels. Is it me, or is all that paint turning the Corvette into a wide-body?
Here is a 1969 Corvette barn car found somewhere in Maryland. As the seller/buyer was attempting to open the garage door, it basically came apart revealing the C3 Stingray coupe inside. The Corvette was parked sometime in 1979 by the second owner and is still wearing the tags from that year.
The third and final installment of the Transformers movie franchise is slated to debut the summer of 2011. The new movie is officially titled The Dark of the Moon and the Corvette Stingray Concept will return as a convertible model for its role as the Autobot Sideswipe. As the movie shooting continues across the country, we occasionally get looks at the new Corvette Stingray Concept as well as the other cars in the movie.