On this week’s webisode of Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, the well-known Porsche affectionado opts for a classic 1956 Corvette in Cascade Green which he uses to pick up and drive around fellow comedian and host of The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon.
We told you a few weeks ago about the sale of the mysterious Peter Max collection of Corvettes.
Apparently there’s more to the story now.
A lawsuit filed recently claims that the psychedelic pop artist of the 1960s – who once painted an entire Boeing 777 and a 600-foot stage for the Woodstock Music Festival – hasn’t paid two New York men the commissions he allegedly promised them for handling the sale of the 36 Corvettes.
If you enjoy watching reruns of the popular 1960s TV classic Route 66 and have longed for a remake featuring the fabulous C7 edition of the Corvette, then you’re going to love the news that EW.com is reporting.
That website says a remake of the original series that featured Martin Milner and George Maharis driving their C2 and C3 Corvettes around the country is in the works.
The new Corvette Stingray has been racking up award after award in the past couple of years.
Now the city where the seventh-generation Chevrolet sports car is assembled is finally getting some much-deserved recognition, too.
National Geographic has named Bowling Green, Ky., a Top 10 All-American City in its new book World’s Best Cities: Celebrating 220 Great Destinations because of the Corvette-related attractions there, including the Corvette Assembly Plant, National Corvette Museum, and NCM Motorsports Park.
If you’ve been worried about driving your Corvette too fast, you might want to listen to the words of televangelist Pat Robertson.
On a recent edition of The 700 Club, a viewer told Robertson about her husband’s insistence on driving above the speed limit, even when he was on time, and his view that God doesn’t care if he speeds.
Robertson admitted he might be the wrong person to be asking such a question.
The Marvel Comics Universe seems to have a thing for Corvettes. First there was the Black Widow’s Corvette Stingray from Captain America: The Winter Soldier. And then when Agents of SHIELD came to FOX, one of the stars of the show is Agent Coulson’s classic red Corvette named Lola.
Now another Agent of SHIELD will be driving a Corvette Stingray, but not on TV. Actress Ming-Na Wen who plays Agent Melinda May on the show was just surprised with a red Corvette Stingray from her husband on her birthday.
If you can’t afford a real 2014 Corvette Stingray, here’s an unusual option. Just build your own – out of paper!
A guy who labels himself Visual Spicer has created a papercraft replica of his wife’s current dream car – the C7 Stingray – that they have hanging on the wall of their home.
PDFs and PDOs of the Stingray that you can use to build your own Stingray out of paper are available online for less than $10 – definitely a bargain compared to the real thing!
It’s not every day that someone gets to ride in a high-performance sports car like a 2014 Corvette Stingray.
And it’s certainly not every day that someone gets to ride with the likes of former IndyCar and current NASCAR driver Danica Patrick behind the steering wheel.
But that’s exactly what Dustin Wilson of The Block.com got to do during the 2014 SEMA show held last week in Las Vegas.