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C2 Corvette

Mid America Motorworks Bringing Three Rare Corvettes to Bloomington Gold

The granddaddy of all Corvette shows kicks later this week as Bloomington Gold returns to the University of Illinois campus in Champaign, IL. Our friends from Mid America Motorsworks let us know that three rare cars from Mike Yager’s MY Garage Museum will be on display with one of them being inducted into the Great Hall.

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[VIDEO] C2 Corvette Sting Ray: Terrestrial Spaceship

by Keith Cornett on June 22, 2014

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Here’s a great review of the 1967 Corvette Sting Ray (and a healthy dose of classic Corvette history) from XCAR:

The C2 Corvette was the first to have the Stingray name (or Sting Ray as it was then). We take a pristine 1967 model out for a spin to see why it was the car of choice for the coolest men on the planet.

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Russo and Steele to Offer a 1964 Corvette Restomod at Newport Beach Auction

One of the featured consignments at Russo & Steele’s auction in Newport Beach, California this weekend will be a 1964 Corvette coupe. If you’re looking for a potential NCRS Top-Flight winner, this is not the car for you. This Corvette combines the classic design of a mid-year coupe with all of the modern conveniences of today’s cars—a restomod in other words.

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Jamboolio records a stunning 1967 Chevrolet Corvette C2 Sting Ray Resto Mod with the 7.0-liter 427 cid Big-Block Tri-Power V8 engine. Here’s some detail shots and driving scenes of this classic American muscle car with loud exhaust and V8 sound, enjoy!

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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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Corvettes on Craigslist: Vintage 1966 SCCA B-Production Racer in Oregon

So you just watched the 24 Hours of Le Mans and now you want to go racing. Here’s a great vintage Corvette racer for sale on Craigslist in the Florence (Eugene), OR area that’s all set up and ready to go.

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Interactive Timeline Features Seven Generations of Corvettes

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.

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We’ve seen Rod Saboury’s 1963 Split Window Corvette he calls “Black Widow” when he first showed it at the 2012 SEMA show. Here it is at OC Cruisin:

Insane C2 Corvette with a LS9 engine swap out of a 2013 Zr1

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The Bid Goes On for the Featured Corvettes at Mecum's Seattle Auction

Overall Mecum’s first trip to Seattle was met with an over flow of enthusiastic bidders and collectors. Mecum obviously worked overtime to offer their customers a varied assortment of excellent collector cars. When the curtain came down Mecum had to be pleased with their initial foray into the Pacific Northwest setting a world’s record for a muscle car when a 1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda was hammered for $3.5M. It was obviously a muscle car market since it definitely was not a Corvette market.

Mecum put together a dynamite docket of outstanding investment level Corvettes for their introductory event in the Northwest and though there was strong bidding for a some of the Corvettes, the majority of bids did not meet the consignor’s reserves and 65% of all Corvettes offered over the two day event went unsold and none of the four featured Corvettes sold.

Another indication of disappointing results for Corvettes was the fact only one Corvette was able to make the top-ten list, a 1958 restomod. That is almost unheard of for the world’s largest Corvette seller who typically has almost half of the top ten occupied by America’s sports car.

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[GALLERY] Midyear Monday (23 Corvette photos)

by Keith Cornett on June 16, 2014

[GALLERY] Midyear Monday (23 Corvette photos)

Midyear Monday is one of our favorite days because we get to share a mega gallery of 1963-1967 Corvette photos. If you love the 2nd generation Corvette as much as we do, make sure you share this page on Twitter and Facebook.

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