This SlideShowPro photo gallery requires the Flash Player plugin and a web browser with JavaScript enabled.

Corvettes

[VIDEO] Why the C7 Corvette Needs Cadillac's New CUE Infotainment System

With the C7 Corvette under development, we’ve taken a sudden interest in the pipeline of future products coming from General Motors. So after we watched the demo video of the new Cadillac CUE infotainment center and the futuristic customizable gauge cluster, we’re holding out hope that the next generation C7 Corvette will benefit from similar technology.

READ MORE →

[PICS] Paragon Reproductions 2011 Open House

by Steve Burns on October 12, 2011

[PICS] Paragon Reproductions 2011 Open House

Paragon Reproductions hosted their annual open house a couple of weekends ago at their sprawling facility in Rankin, MI. Attendees were able to wander each of the several buildings on the grounds, buy a host of C1 – C4 Corvette parts, and enjoy a complementary lunch. Of course, one could also check out the 100 or so Corvettes that showed up too. We made a late summer road trip up to Paragon and you see can see some of our photos from the event after the break.

READ MORE →

Information Wanted on Barn Found Mystery 1963 Corvette Split-Window

Terry Michaelis from Proteam Corvette has got a mystery car on his hands and is turning to the internet to see if anyone is familiar with VIN #816, a low mile and unrestored 327/340 hp 1963 Corvette Coupe that has lived its life in the Detroit area. Have you seen this split-window?

READ MORE →

Corvette Auction Results: 1969 L88 Corvette Sells for $562,500 at Mecum Dallas

A ton of excitement was generated on Saturday afternoon at Mecum’s inaugural auction in Dallas. Of the 116 L88 Corvettes that were built in 1969, the black coupe that hit the auction block this past Saturday may be one of the finest examples of them all. An all original Corvette, the Black L88 coupe dominated the attention of bidders and its stong selling price at $562,500 set the high sale of the entire auction.

READ MORE →

GM Recalling 6,006 Corvette Coupes for Rear Hatch Issue

by Keith Cornett on October 8, 2011

GM Recalling 6,006 Corvette Coupes for Rear Hatch Issue

The Detroit News is reporting that General Motors will be recalling 6,006 2011 and 2012 Corvette Coupes in North America due to failure to meet a federal safety standard covering the rear hinges. GM said the issue could allow the rear hatch to separate from the vehicle in a crash.

READ MORE →

West Coast Customs' VETT.I.AM Custom Corvette Project

West Coast Customs kicked off season two of their show on the new Velocity network with a project built around a custom 1958 Corvette for the Black Eye Peas’ Will.I.Am. If you missed it, you’re not alone, but the good news is that after consulting my TV guide, it looks like the final episode of this project will be shown on Sunday at 8:00 pm EST. You’ll want to set your DVRs now because this looks like a really cool project.

READ MORE →

Corvettes on eBay: How to Sell a 1984 Corvette

by Keith Cornett on October 7, 2011

Corvettes on eBay: How to Sell a 1984 Corvette

When the 1984 Corvette was introduced, it was the pinnacle of Chevy performance at that time. But unfortunately, time hasn’t been all that good to the first models of the C4 generation. Some blame the 205 hp cross-fire engine that powered the early C4 Vettes while over-production pushed the number of them available to over 51,000. Regardless, as far as Corvettes go, there are a number of these cars out there and so sellers will sometimes get creative on how to best present them for sale.

READ MORE →

[VIDEO] Corvette Racing Tech Transfer: The Corvette ZR1

by Keith Cornett on October 6, 2011

[VIDEO] Corvette Racing Tech Transfer: The Corvette ZR1

In the final episode of Corvette Racing’s 2011 Tech Transfer segments which air during the ALMS race telecasts, Corvette Racing’s Doug Fehan talks about enhancements to the 2012 Corvette ZR1. From the performance package featuring the new Michelin Pilot Sport Cup tires and lightweight cup wheels to Performance Traction Management Control, the Corvette ZR1 is the tip of the technological spear that represents the partnership between racing and production.

READ MORE →

[VIDEO] Watch the Morrison 3G 1960 Corvette in action at Spring Mountain

At the SEMA show in 2006, Art Morrison’s project 3G Corvette won the “Gran Turismo Award” which also meant that it would be featured in the Playstation video game “Gran Turismo”. While many fans may have driven the custom 538 horsepower Corvette in the game, Matt Farah headed out to Spring Mountain motorsports park outside of Las Vegas to drive the real thing.

READ MORE →

Corvette ZR-1 Themed Boat is Menacing in Carbon Fiber

Article contributed by Steve Burns

If you’re in the market for a toy that’s not a Corvette then have we got a boat for you! This 48 foot monster assembled by Marine Technology, Inc. is currently up for sale. The all-black vessel has ZR1 design cues throughout including the dash, steering wheel, and even a shifter. Outside there are ZR1 style front fender vents, tailights, and headlights. Oh, and don’t forget the 2 Mercury 1,350hp twin turbo racing motors that provide motiviation. Yep, that’s a total of 2,700hp or 4.2 real ZR1′s. Click past the jump to see more of this beast and find out how much it costs to take it home.

READ MORE →