I am sure you’ve played this highly subjective game before with one of your Corvette friends: Old school vs new school. It’s tough enough to judge two different Corvettes from the same year, but what happens when they are separated by over 45 years? Watch the video and tell us in the comments which way you would go!
This week on Generation Gap, Matt and Davin face a tough decision between the undeniable classic style and rarity of the 1963 Split Window Corvette and the modern convenience and power of the 2007 Corvette Z06. Which would you choose?
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We found this cool interactive timeline featuring seven generations of Corvettes over on the Chevrolet UK website. The interactive timeline allows you to view a Corvette model from each generation. You can listen to a sound clip of the exhaust or modify the car’s image by changing its exterior colors or adding different wheels.
Here’s one of the most in-depth and informative videos about the 1963 Corvette that we’ve seen.
It’s a segment of Jay Leno’s Garage in which the now retired “Tonight Show” host talks for about 20 minutes to master restorer Mike McCluskey about the 1963 Corvette Split Window fuelie he restored to original condition for the famous comedian/car lover. It’s just one of 24 frame-off restorations of Corvettes that McCluskey has done.
If your idea of a dream car isn’t a Camry, then you might want to try Hertz.
The popular rental car company has offered a yellow C6 with a black stinger hood over the past few years. Now Hertz has announced that fans of the seventh-generation Corvette can also get their Stingray fix in several select cities across the United States – and at a reasonable price.
This week we’re giving MVP honors to LaLa Vazquez. She’s the wife of New York Knicks Forward Carmelo Anthony and on Wednesday she surprised her star NBA husband with a black 2014 Corvette Stingray Coupe for his 30th birthday.
It’s race week in Indianapolis with the running of the 98th Indy 500 on Sunday so it seems fitting to feature a little history about the first time a Corvette was used as the pace car at the famous race. It was 36 years ago this weekend that Corvette first made its appearance at the Brickyard with the 1978 Corvette Indy 500 Pace Car.
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We showed you the one and only Paul McCartney driving his blue C5 Corvette around California a few days ago.
Now another legendary singer – The Boss, otherwise known as Bruce Springsteen – was captured by photographers motoring around Los Angeles with his wife, Patti, in their black C2 Corvette Sting Ray convertible on Thursday. He even flashed a peace sign to the paparazzi.