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Corvettes

Information Sought on 1957 Corvette Drag Car Field Find

by Mitch Talley on August 27, 2012

Information Sought on 1957 Corvette Drag Car Field Find

Mystery continues to surround this 1957 Corvette drag car that was found covered by vines and other plant growth, barely visible in a field located in an undisclosed state, definitely a long way from its heyday as a racer.

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Public Reveal for #1 1960 Briggs Cunningham Corvette Canceled Due to Undisclosed Security Concerns

The public reveal of the #1 1960 Briggs Cunningham Corvette racer Friday afternoon at the Corvettes at Carlisle show in Carlisle, PA. was canceled due to security concerns. A statement from Lance Miller was read to the crowd who gathered at the grandstand to witness the unveiling of the former Le Mans Corvette, which had just been found after being lost for 50 years.

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[PICS] The #1 1960 Briggs Cunningham Le Mans Corvette Revealed at Corvettes at Carlisle

Last month, one of the lingering automotive mysteries surrounding Corvette’s first campaign at the 24 Hours of Le Mans was solved. Of course we’re talking about the finding of the Briggs Cunningham 1960 #1 Le Mans Corvette racer which has been lost for 50 years. On Thursday evening with a crowd of Corvette illuminaries and enthusiasts, the former race car was revealed.

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GM Chairman/CEO Dan Akerson to Sell 1958 Corvette to Benefit Habitat for Humanity

If you were at the Woodward Dream Cruise over the weekend, you may have seen the 1958 Regal Turquoise Corvette that’s going on the auction block soon to help breathe new life into Detroit.

General Motors Chairman and CEO Dan Akerson had his 1958 Corvette on display at the Dream Cruise after earlier announcing that he’ll donate proceeds from the sale to Habitat for Humanity Detroit, which is trying to bring the Morningside Commons neighborhood on the city’s lower east side back to life.

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[PICS] The Corvette Timeline at the 2012 Woodward Dream Cruise

As presenting sponsor of the 2012 Woodward Dream Cruise, Chevrolet celebrated the 60th Anniversary of the Corvette by showcasing a special timeline featuring milestone models of America’s Sports throughout its storied history.

The Corvette timeline was segmented by the six generations of Corvettes and the board behind the cars listed the significant developments that occurred during those years. Most of the Corvettes featured in the timeline came from the GM Heritage Center but there were also a lot of 2013 Corvettes on display as well.

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Cars.com: Late Model Corvette Prices Falling Fast

by Mitch Talley on August 20, 2012

Cars.com: Late Model Corvette Prices Falling Fast

Could all the talk about the upcoming C7 Corvette be affecting prices of the C6 already?

That could be one interpretation of the latest information from cars.com, which is reporting that used late-model Corvettes depreciated the most of any car from July to August 2012.

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[VIDEO] 2014 C7 Corvette Digitally Animated

by Keith Cornett on August 18, 2012

[VIDEO] 2014 C7 Corvette Digitally Animated

Using the infamous Jalopnik C7 renderings, spy photos and a leaked supplier video, Trinity Animation has created an animated video of what the 2014 Chevy Corvette might look like when it is unveiled next year.

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[PICS] GM Design Team’s Personal Car Show on Woodward

by Keith Cornett on August 16, 2012

[PICS] GM Design Team's Personal Car Show on Woodward

The General Motors Design Team is responsible for drawing up the latest vehicle designs for the company, but have you ever wondered what these members have in their garages?

For the last three years, the GM Design Team has hosted a car show on the Wednesday prior to the Woodward Dream Cruise featuring their own personal cars. From Corvettes to ratrods, classic Chevys to modern customs, the rides of the designers show an eclectic mix of love for all things automotive.

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Corvette Burned in Suspicious Chicago Garage Fire

Three low-mileage C1 Corvettes are going under the microscope to help the National Corvette Restorers Society (NCRS) update its Technical Information Manual & Judging Guide for 1953-55 Corvettes.

A long-time Corvette restorer and NCRS member, Troy Pyles, volunteered for the task of examining the three cars, with the goal of improving and ensuring the accuracy of the current handbook and adding any newly found details. He talked first with David Brigham, the 1953-55 Corvette Judging Leader, to seek out all the knowledge he has collected through the years, before heading on to Effingham, Ill.

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[VIDEO] Bob Bondurant Tests the F1 Track in Austin with his Corvette Grand Sport

Racing legend Bob Bondurant gets a sneak peek, in this minute-long video from the Austin American-Statesman, at the Circuit of the Americas track under construction near Austin.

“Look at the elevation changes right now,” Bondurant comments as he makes a reconnaissance lap of the 3.4-mile circuit track. “This is gonna be so cool.”

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