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The Lifestyle

A Look Back at Hot Rod Photographer E. Rick Mann's 1954 Corvette

Hotrod.com has a great story on its site about a true Corvette pioneer – none of that sissy trailer queen stuff for Eric Rickman.

He worked as a photographer for HOT ROD magazine from 1951 to 1992 and did a great job covering the hot rodding world back in those early days.

HOT ROD shared the story of Rickman’s beloved 1954 Corvette that definitely didn’t live a pampered life – but lived a full one before going out in a blaze of glory – literally. More on that later.

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How to Properly Execute the Corvette Wave

by Mitch Talley on April 12, 2013

How to Properly Execute the Corvette Wave

After reading this enthusiast’s informative but highly complex story on eBay, we can understand why so many Corvette owners don’t bother to wave anymore.

But in the interest of increasing the level of cooperation among our Corvette brethren, we bring you this essay called “How to properly execute a Corvette Wave 101.”

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Longtime 1967 Corvette Field Car to Finally Undergo Restoration

It’s always sad to see a classic Corvette just wasting away in a field.

But this story, reported by Al Rogers in Old Cars Weekly, offers hope for a happy ending for a 1967 Corvette roadster that’s been sitting in a grassy field for more than 30 years.

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Police Seeking Clues After Thieves Strip Parts from a 1971 Corvette
File photo courtesy of CorvetteImages.com

Police in Chatsworth, Ontario, Canada are searching for a thief who knows his round around an automobile restoration shop.

Instead of stealing the whole 1971 Corvette stored in a house garage on Grey Road 40 in Grey County, Ontario, a thief just picked and chose what he wanted from the car: some $10,000 worth of parts that included a head valve, carburetor, ignition system, water pump, transmission, and drive shaft.

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Lingenfelter Collection Hosting an Open House and Spring Detail Clinic with Adams Polishes

Want to tour the famous Ken Lingenfelter auto collection as well as pick up some great tips and techniques from Adam’s Premium Car Care products founder Adam Pitale? Lingenfelter Performance engineering is hosting an open house and spring detailing clinic on Saturday, April 20th in Brighton, MI.

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Corvettes at Carlisle is Looking for 4×4 Corvettes

by Steve Burns on April 10, 2013

Corvettes at Carlisle is Looking for 4x4 Corvettes

Each year the team at Carlisle Events gathers some of the best and most unique Corvettes around to include in the annual rite of summer known as Corvettes at Carlisle. For 2013 they’ve already announced that the George Barris built Asteroid Corvette will be reintroduced there after a complete restoration. Now they’re looking for some more modified Corvettes for this year’s show – 4×4 Corvettes. Yes, you read that correctly.

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Corvette America's New Late Model Corvette Catalogs Now Available

Good news from our friends at Corvette America. Their latest 1984-2013 “late model” Corvette catalog is now available. Corvette America now has three new catalogs containing thousands of quality parts and accessories for 1953-2013 Covettes.

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[PIC] This is the 2014 Corvette Stingray Convertible's New Key Fob

One of the more useful features available on the 2014 Corvette Stingray Convertible is the operation of the new top. Designers completed remade the top and its operational process, allowing the opening and closing at speeds of up to 30 mph. Drivers also have the ability to operate the top hands free with the new key fob. While at the 2013 Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction, we located GM’s car wrangler to get this shot of the new fob.

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WSJ: What Makes the Chevrolet Corvette Appealing?

by Mitch Talley on April 8, 2013

WSJ: What Makes the Chevrolet Corvette Appealing?

The Wall Street Journal takes a look at how it believes the Corvette – perhaps growing irrelevant during its long journey to some people (though certainly not to the legions of enthusiasts who worship the ground it rolls on) – has suddenly become cool again with the introduction of the C7.

WSJ says a strange thing has suddenly happened to Corvette on its 60-year-old trip to irrelevance for some: It became relevant again.

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Mid America Motorworks Planning 60 Days of Corvettes to Celebrate the Mark's 60th Anniversary

It’s not every day that someone turns 60, and when that “someone” is the Chevrolet Corvette, everyone wants to get in on the action.

Mid America Motorworks, a long-time supporter of the Corvette, has already started the party for its favorite car, and you don’t even have to leave home to take part in the fun.

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