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The Lifestyle

Win a Trip to the Ron Fellows Performance Driving School by Playing the Fellows 5 Challenge

How would you like to win a three-day driving experience package at Ron Fellows Performance Driving School at Spring Mountain Motor Resort and Country Club?

Well, you just might if you enter the Fellows 5 Challenge, where you will answer five multiple-choice questions about the successful Corvette race car driver and his upcoming NASCAR Nationwide Series races at Watkins Glen (N.Y.) International and Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

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[PICS] The 1960 Le Mans Winning Corvette at the Concours d'Elegance of America

In the summer of 1960 Corvette Racing won the prestigious 24 hours of Le Mans for the very first time. Racing legend Briggs Cunningham fielded 3 white, fuel injected C1′s numbered 1, 2, and 3 in the annual endurance race. Cars #1 and #2 didn’t finish, but number 3 went on to win its class and finish 8th overall. We got a chance to catch up with that famous #3 at last weekend’s Concours d’Elegance of America in Plymouth. Michigan.

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The Edelbrock name is legendary when it comes to performance.

Legendary hot rodder Vic Edelbrock and his daughter Christi recently took a few moments to talk about their supercharger for the Corvette Z06 with Adam Carolla and Matt D’Andria, hosts of the online video series CarCast. You can see their interesting conversation on this video we found.

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1963 Split-Window Corvette Barn Find Covered in 33 Years of Dust

Here is an honest to goodness Corvette barn find that just saw the light of day in California. According to a posting on the Corvette Forum by “Bruce at Billet”, this original one-owner 1963 Corvette was last on the road in 1979. It was parked in that barn for whatever reason, where it sat untouched for 33 years.

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Free Shipping or 10% Off at Corvette Central

by Keith Cornett on August 6, 2012

Your Choice of Free Shipping or 10% Off at Corvette Central

Our friends at Corvette Central have two special offers this week to help get you through the Dog Days of Summer. Through August 9th on orders of $199 or more, Corvette Central will offer customers in the continental US and Canada Free Shipping, and those outside the USA and Canada can get 10% Off. For the free shipping offer, use Coupon Code “HOT12″. To save 10% on your international order of $199 or more, use the coupon code “HOT12F”. Some restrictions apply.

Another way you can save on shipping is if you are attending Corvettes at Carlisle August 24-26, 2012. Place your order by Monday, August 20th and you can pick it up at the Corvette Central booth at Carlisle.

And if you’re at Corvettes at Carlisle, make sure you stop by to say hello and check out our 1963 “Split-Mod” Chassis. Corvette Central will be at spaces D87-D92 and E87-E89.

Click here to shop now at Corvette Central

 

Corvette America is Offering 10% Off and Free Shipping

by Keith Cornett on August 3, 2012

Corvette America is Offering 10% off and Free Shipping

Corvette America is offering 10% off and Free Shipping for any order of $150 or more. Just use the coupon code 150ANDUP on any order of $150 or more from now through August 9th and save big! Certain restrictions apply.

Click Here to start shopping (and saving) at Corvette America!

And if you’re attending Corvettes at Carlisle later this month, wear your 2009 or later Corvette America Fun Field shirt and receive a special discount at the show. Since 2009, Corvette America has been sponsoring the Corvettes at Carlisle Fun Field and now your shirt is the ticket for extra savings. If you’re not yet registered for Corvettes at Carlisle’s 2012 Fun Field, click here to get started!

 

Five Days and 1,500 Miles in the 2013 Corvette ZR1 Pace Car

If there’s ever been a dream job for a Corvette fanatic, Dr. Jamie Meyer just punched the clock.

He had the honor of driving the actual Corvette ZR1 pace car that was used in this year’s Indy 500 on a 1500-mile segment of the Hot Rod Magazine Power Tour, a seven-day, seven-city traveling car show that went from GM’s Milford Proving Grounds to Arlington, Texas.

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No. 1 Briggs Cunningham 1960 Le Mans Corvette Racer Found

If you’ve had the opportunity to watch The Quest, the documentary about the 3-car team of 1960 Corvettes fielded by Briggs Cunningham in the 1960 24 Hours of Le Mans and the search for those three cars years later by collectors, you would know that the No. 1 Corvette had been lost and its current whereabouts were unknown.

Until now.

Lance Miller, co-owner of Carlisle Events and owner of the Briggs Cunningham No.3 1960 Corvette, made the shocking announcement on Facebook yesterday stating that the #1 Le Mans Corvette Racer had finally been discovered and would be displayed in its current “Barn-Find” condition at Corvettes at Carlisle later this month.

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Corvette's Signature Design Cues Prevail Over 60 Year History

With the seventh generation of the Chevrolet Corvette just months away, it’s a good time to take a look at just what makes a Corvette look like a Corvette.

For example, it’s been 60 years since the XP-122 Motorama concept car took the public by storm in 1952, leading to the 1953 debut model, but you can instantly tell it’s a Corvette just as much as the latest 2013 427 Collector Edition convertible.

Tom Peters, GM performance vehicle design director, says each generation of Corvette shares some common elements which create a consistent Corvette theme that is expressive, distinctly American, artful, and passionate.

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Restorer Creates a ‘Mythical 1967 Corvette’

by Mitch Talley on July 30, 2012

Restorer Creates a Mythical 1967 Corvette

Paul Corneau of The Corvette Shop in New York has a really unique 1963 Corvette, or should we call it it a 1963-67?

He built his one-of-a-kind car with parts from three different cars, mostly 1967 body parts, though he did keep the split window from a ’63.

Corneau calls it his “Mythical ’67 Corvette.”

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