Two legends in the Corvette world with a long personal relationship announced today that their companies will be joining forces to create limited edition products and offer unique experiences behind the wheel of high performance vehicles.
Autoblog’s Car Club USA takes a look at a different car club or event from across the United States in each episode.
The latest episode lets us follow three Corvette owners as they take part in the annual Corvette Homecoming in Bowling Green, Ky.
“Some people say it’s a lifestyle,” says Betsy Reese of Corvettes of Clarksville. “I say it’s a passion.”
Patience is a virtue, except of course when it comes to fixing up your hot rod.
We who have restored old cars know we want everything done on our favorite ride…yesterday.
It usually doesn’t work out that way for the ordinary enthusiast, however, I’ve been working on my dad’s 1970 Impala for eight years and still don’t have it completely done.
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C3 Corvette Race Cars entering the 2015 Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance. The sounds of L88 Corvettes are intoxicating!
Last week during an appearance on Autoline After Hours, Corvette Chief Engineer Tadge Juechter brought a base Corvette Z06 Convertible into the studio to share while the show was taped. We already talked about Juechter’s denial of a Mid-engine Corvette Zora ZR1 that may or may not be in the works, but the majority of the conversation was centered on the new 2015 Z06.
During the talk, Tadge told the host John McElroy and guests that the Corvette Z06 is currently tracking at 40% of all Corvette orders.
Today is St. Patrick’s Day, have you got your green on? How about a special photo gallery dedicated to all Green Corvettes on this special holiday. After all, if everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, then all Corvettes are Green today!
So here’s a random photo gallery made up of 44 green Corvettes spanning seven generations. Do you have a favorite? Please share this page on Twitter and Facebook and spread the green around this St. Patrick’s Day!
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The first Corvette to compete in a race at the National Corvette Museum’s Motorsports Park made a very good showing over the weekend.
Team Braunschweig, out of Minnesota, decided to make the trip to compete in the World Racing League’s season opener in Bowling Green on Saturday, making their No. 117 C5 the only Corvette to compete against 21 other teams in the GP1 class.
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Not everyone loves Corvettes as much as we do, apparently.
Just ask the owners of this 2000 Corvette convertible.
They’ve had to call Fort Smith, Ark., police twice in the past two weeks, the first time when they discovered bullet holes in their Corvette as well as a truck in the driveway.
Chevrolet issued another recall notice in February pertaining to the 2014 Corvette Stingray. The recall affects certain Corvette Stingrays that may have been built with an out-of-position “anti-siphon” grid within the fuel fill pipe. That grid may move over time and become located from slightly deeper in the fuel fill pipe to totally dislodged from the pipe and move to the bottom of the fuel tank.
Dealers are instructed to replace the fuel tank fill pipe and if necessary, inspect the fuel tank for the dislodged anti-siphon grid.
Each week, Criswell Chevrolet’s Mike Furman delivers new Corvette Stingrays and Z06s to his customers who come from all parts of the country to work with the nation’s top Corvette seller.
In this week’s dispatch, Mike tells the story of how a Corvette buyer’s wife surprised her husband on Corvette delivery day. Here’s a recap from Mike showing a few of his customers and their brand new Corvettes.