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Does the World Need a Sequel to Corvette Summer?

by Mitch Talley on May 3, 2014

Does the World Need a Sequel to Corvette Summer?

After all the success of the Star Wars series, Mark Hamill came down to earth in 1978, so to speak, and immediately starred in Corvette Summer, which has turned into a cult favorite, especially among Corvette enthusiasts.

This week, Hamill was again in the news with Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, director J.J. Abrams, and several young actors as plans were announced for Star Wars Episode VII, with Hamill, Ford, and Fisher reprising their roles from the original 1977 blockbuster as Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and Princess Leia, respectively.

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Thirty Years Later: Jim Glass Still Restoring and Racing Corvettes and Camaros
Photo Credit: Donna Kessler/RecordOnline

After 30 years of racing and restoring Corvettes and Camaros, Jim Glass Corvette Specialist Inc., Route 32, Kingston, N.Y., is like a living, breathing museum.

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One-Owner 1963 Corvette Still Going Strong

by Mitch Talley on April 26, 2014

One-Owner 1963 Corvette Still Going Strong
Photo Credit: Mindy Schauer/OC Register

It’s not every day that you meet the original and current owners of a 1963 Corvette split window coupe at the same time.

But Rick Costa, currently of Laguna Niguel, Calif., is your chance to do just that.

Rick was just a kid when he saw his first Corvette in 1953. He was instantly mesmerized by the car that he termed “a spaceship” parked on the midway at an amusement park in Massachusetts. He knew then that someday he would own one of the “unbelievable” cars, as he also described that 1953 model.

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Via CorvetteVideos.TV

These three cousins are in their grandfather’s C7 Corvette Stingray and after being told not to touch anything inside the car, they hit the “Start” button and take Grandpa’s Corvette for a ride!

Visit CorvetteVideos.TV for the best selection of hand-picked Corvette videos.

 

Le Mans 1960: Corvette's Dramatic Debut

In the summer heat of Le Mans, France in June of 1960, Corvette took to its first steps onto the stage of world endurance racing at the 24 Heures du Mans. Three were entered by Briggs Cunningham’s racing team and the fourth by Lloyd “Lucky” Casner’s Camoradi USA team. One of the Cunnigham cars was involved in a dramatic finish that still stirs the souls of racing fans around the world.

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Chevrolet Displays Corvette Stingray, Camaro and Trax Movie Cars from Transformers: Age of Extinction at NYIAS

Now that GM has another pop-culture hit on its hands with Marvel’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier, we are eagerly looking forward to the next movie to feature gratuitous product placement from Chevrolet and GM. Luckily, we won’t have to wait long as the 4th installment of the Transformers movie series is “primed” to hit theaters on June 27th.

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CORSA Performance Announces Partnership with the National Corvette Museum

If you’re going to be at the Bash this weekend, it’ll be a great time to celebrate a new partnership between the National Corvette Museum and CORSA Performance.

Of course, CORSA performance exhaust systems and air intake kits for C4, C5, and C6 models have been a popular aftermarket item for Corvette enthusiasts for years.

Now, CORSA’s products will be offered in the National Corvette Museum’s Corvette Store, and museum members will get a 10 to 15 percent discount, based on their membership level, on all retail items, including CORSA items.

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Classic Corvette Owners Combine for 100 Years of Corvette Ownership

Some things definitely get better with age.

Just ask John McIlvoy and Joe Beatty, who have owned the same two Corvettes for a total of 100 years and 500,000 miles between them!

Ironically, they both grew up in Ohio, where they bought their Corvettes in the 1960s, and both are now members of the Northwest Houston Vette-Rods club.

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1966 Corvette Big Block: From Barn Find to Award Winner

by Bruce Troxell on April 18, 2014

1966 Corvette Big Block: From Barn Find to Award Winner

Few things increase the revs in our car collector’s hearts more than the prospect of a barn find — you know, your dream car that somebody put in a barn and never came back to collect. A little worn and thoroughly dirty, but mostly there, just waiting for someone to come along and give it a good home.

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Sebring Hospice Makes Corvette Wish Come True for Cancer Patient

Here’s a story that should make you proud you drive a Corvette – and a story that should make you appreciate every minute you get to climb behind the wheel of your pride and joy.

Not everyone is so fortunate.

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