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Corvettes

Would You Like to Own a CorvetteBlogger's 1972 LT-1 Corvette Coupe?

Up for sale at VetteFinders.com is a 1972 LT-1 Corvette Coupe that is currently owned by our own Steve Burns who heads up CorvetteBlogger’s Detroit Bureau. Steve owns two Corvettes, the Blue 1972 LT-1 and a Cyber Gray 2009 Corvette recently featured in [Operation Air Flow], but recent family additions mean that two Corvettes is one too many, so the LT-1 has got to go.

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[Operation Air Flow] Episode 2: CORSA Sport Performance Exhaust Install

Welcome back to Operation Air Flow where we’ll take a stock C6 and show you some easy ways to bolt on some additional power. Last week we installed a CORSA carbon fiber intake on our 2009 Corvette coupe to get more air into the LS3. This week we’ll bolt on a CORSA Sport exhaust system again with the help of our friends at Smokey’s Dyno and Performance to help get all that air out more efficiently.

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The Race to Win a Corvette Stingray Sweepstakes Closes Tuesday

If you still haven’t yet entered Chevrolet’s Race to Win Corvette Sweepstakes, you need to get off the grid and head to a computer near you. The annual giveaway which features a grand prize of a 2014 Corvette Stingray Convertible and a trip for two to the 2015 Rolex 24 at Daytona International Speedway comes to a close on Tuesday, August 12th.

Click here to register at RacetoWinCorvette.com.

 

2014 Corvette Stingray Production Comes to an End

by Keith Cornett on August 11, 2014

2014 Corvette Stingray Production Comes to End

It was rocking year for the 2014 Corvette Stingray and now it has come to an end.

Production of the 2014 Model Year Corvette officially ended on Friday, August 8th and its the 2015 Corvette Stingray that is now heading down the assembly line in Bowling Green.

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[GALLERY] Midyear Monday (27 Corvette photos)

by Keith Cornett on August 11, 2014

[GALLERY] Midyear Monday (27 Corvette photos)

Happy Monday Corvette fans!

Here’s the latest gallery for Midyear Monday where we feature random pictures of the 1963-1967 Corvette Sting Ray.

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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[VIDEO] The Mako Shark II Corvette Concept

by Keith Cornett on August 10, 2014

Via CorvetteVideos.TV

SHARK WEEK! Check out our favorite Shark, the famous Mako Shark II Corvette Concept designed by Bill Mitchell.

The Mako Shark was GM VP of Design, Bill Mitchell’s vision for the follow up to the Corvette Stingray. Legend has it he was inspired by sharks he’d caught in the Bahamas. The design cues for this car can be seen in Corvettes that rolled out starting in 1968 model year.

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[FRIDAY POLL] Round or Square?

by Steve Burns on August 8, 2014

[FRIDAY POLL] Round or Square?

Welcome to the first of our Friday polls where each week we’ll survey, you, the CorvetteBlogger Nation to get your opinions on various Corvette topics. We’ll kick the series off this week with probably the most talked about feature on the new C7 – those taillights.

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CorvetteBlogger Visits Smokey's Dyno and Performance

After our visit to CORSA Performance last month we headed over to Smokey’s Dyno and Performance in nearby Akron, Ohio to check out their first class custom shop. Smokey’s is a full service tuning shop offering everything from ECM tunes to custom wheel and tire installation. They specialize in all makes and models but, of course, we were there to talk Corvettes.

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A Rare 1966 Vintage Corvette Racer up for Sale at Mecum Monterey

Another rare Corvette with a long history of racing success goes on the block at Mecum Auctions in Monterey, California Aug. 14-16.

This one is a 1966 convertible purchased new in Salt Lake City, Utah by Lynn Butler, whose intentions all along were to race his Corvette.

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Via CorvetteVideos.TV

This C5 Corvette racer with a solid axle from Moser Engineering nearly stands on its rear bumper when the light turns green. The driver powers through 60′ or so of track on just two wheels. Amazingly, the car stays under control as it drops back to four wheels and heads down the track.

The newest addition to the C5 Corvette lineup over at Bayou Boyz racing is being tested. This will be the 3rd C5 to join the team proving how competitive this package has become.

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