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Burnout Super Test: Viper SRT-10 vs. 2011 Corvette Z06 Carbon Prototype

Edmunds took a Viper SRT-10 and a 2011 Corvette Z06 Carbon prototype out to a track to determine which car could lay the longest burnout. Finally, a comparision test I can get excited about! Both cars got three attempts and their tire marks were measured. Josh Jacquot was the driver for this non-scientific test and although he was bullish on the Viper from the get-go, it was the Velocity Yellow Z06 Corvette that left the biggest (and longest) impression.

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Corvette Central Offers No Drone Dual Outlet Mufflers for 1984-90 Corvettes

A recent study of Corvette owners by SEMA found that the exhaust system is the most popular upgrades. Our friends at Corvette Central are aware of this fact and have set up a site dedicated to Corvette exhaust systems. CorvetteCentralExhaust.com features stock and performance systems for all six Corvette generations including these new dual-outlet mufflers for 1984-1990 Corvettes.

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[GRAPHIC] Suppliers to the 2010 Chevrolet Corvette

by Keith Cornett on May 12, 2010

Suppliers to the 2010 Chevrolet Corvette

Automotive News published this cutaway graphic which shows the various parts suppliers to the 2010 Corvette ZR1. Corvette owners are familiar with some of the bigger names like Dana (aluminum spaceframe), Eaton (supercharger) and Brembo (brakes), but this graphic also shows who makes the lug nuts (Taper Pro), hood hinges (Multimatic), instrument panels (IAC) and more. Could be helpful if you’re looking for replacement parts. Download it after the jump.

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Corvette Museum to Host Junior Achievement Mini Corvette Challenge

The National Corvette Museum is hosting a community event which will feature Corvettes “roaring” around the National Corvette Museum’s parking lot. Saturday marks the 16th time the Junior Achievement Mini Corvette Challenge will be run in Bowling Green. Go-karts with four-cycle engines and Corvette bodies will be customized and tuned to perfection for the popular event.

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Inferno Orange vs Atomic Orange


On the left is the 2011 Corvette featuring the new Inferno Orange exterior. On the right is a C6 Corvette painted in Atomic Orange. Which color do you prefer?

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Check out more 2011 Inferno Orange Corvette photos from the C5/C6 Bash.

 

Totally Awesome Corvette ZR1 License Plate

by Keith Cornett on April 28, 2010

Totally Awesome Corvette ZR1 License Plate


I was ROTFLMAO after seeing the OMGZR1 Corvette license plate. Very cool. TTYL!


Source:
Jalopnik

Related:
My 1966 Corvette Gets a Valentine Treat: A YOM License Plate

 

Caption Contest: Corvette vs Bicyclist

by Keith Cornett on April 21, 2010

Caption Contest: Corvette vs Bicyclist
Cyclist Duane Foster confronts the driver of a Corvette while positioned
on the hood and holding a 14-pound rock.


Here is a crazy road rage story about a Corvette driver who gets pulled over by a cyclist following a road rage incident. Yes, he was pulled over by a guy on a bike! You can read the full story at Seacoastonline.com. We loved the photo that a witness took so much we thought a caption contest was in order. Click the comments link below to leave your caption and we’ll pick our favorite on Friday. Winner gets a 2009 Corvette Black Book and Corvette Price Guide!

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Corvette Find of the Day: 1999 Callaway C12 Speedster

by Keith Cornett on April 20, 2010

Corvette Find of the Day: 1999 Callaway C12 Speedster

Here is a beautiful Callaway Speedster that is listed for sale over at Fantasy Junction. This 1999 Corvette C12 Callaway Speedster is one of only two C12 speedsters produced and the execution of this special purpose-built Corvette is by far one of the best I’ve ever seen. Check out some pics of this awesome metallic blue Callaway after the jump.

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Here is a cool promotional video from our friends at the SmokinVette Corvette forum.


Source:
SmokinVette.com

 

Barn Find: 1954 Corvette Pulled from Field in Upstate New York

Some collectors will say that when it comes to Early C1 Corvettes (1953-55) the 1954 Corvette is the red-headed step child compared with the 300 1953 Corvettes produced the year earlier or the 700 V8-powered 1955 that came a year after. Truth be told, the 1954 Corvette featured a number of upgrades over its model year predecessor that improved fit and finish during assembly as well as improved drivability and comfort.

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