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[GALLERY] All Corvettes are Green on St. Patrick's Day (44 Corvette photos)

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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C5 Corvette Torched in a Suspicious Fire in Arkansas
Photo Credit: 5NewsOnline

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.

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2014 Corvette Stingrays Recalled for Misaligned Fuel Fill Pipe

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.

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Corvette Delivery Dispatch with National Corvette Seller Mike Furman for Week of March 8th

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.

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Corvette Z06/Z07 Tires and Brakes Parts Cost More than a Chevy Cruze

A new 2015 Corvette Z06 armed with the Z07 performance package is one of the most potent track weapons available. The Z07 adds carbon ceramic brake rotors for increased stopping power and those wheels are wrapped in sticky Michelin Pilot Super Sport Cup tires.

Anyone tracking these cars on a regular basis will need replacement parts, especially when it comes to two of racings most consumable items behind fuel: tires and brakes.

A user on Jalopnik’s Opposite Lock shared a quote from a Chevrolet dealer’s parts counter. Shockingly, a set of rotors, new Michelin tires and brake pads cost more than a new 2015 Chevrolet Cruze.

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Collectible Corvettes: 2004 Corvette Z06 Commemorative Edition

For model year 2004, the fifth generation Corvette (C5) would be making its last trip around the dance floor. Introduced in 1997, the C5 was then all new from the ground up—new chassis and suspension, new body styling, new rear-mounted transaxle, new all aluminum 5.7 liter V8 engine and a new interior.

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Corvette Chief Engineer Denies Plans for a Mid Engine Corvette Zora ZR1

Tadge Juechter was John McElroy’s guest on Autoline After Hours for Thursday, March 12, where the Corvette Chief Engineer spoke about the Z06 and the differences between the various Z06 packages available. McElroy and Juechter were also joined by Todd Lassa, Executive Editor of Automobile magazine and Gary Vasilash, from Automotive Design & Production.

It was interesting listening to Tadge’s response to several questions about the Corvette, but perhaps none was as interesting and important as his denial that a mid engine Corvette was in the brand’s immediate future.

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[VIDEO] Man Lets a Homeless Guy Drive His Corvette Stingray

Here’s a video that’s sure to make you think about lucky you’ve got it.

A young man named Drey tells us that he and his friend Vic like to make videos and share them on the Internet. “We just like to entertain, have fun, and like to film the dumb/funny things we do,” they say on their website.

In the past, they’ve done some pretty crazy things, like the time Drey challenged beautiful girls to a game of “Rock, Paper, Scissors” with the payoff getting a kiss from the lady if he wins or getting Tasered by her if he loses! That’s some high stakes.

But in this video, Drey and Vic are not that wild and crazy. They are just out to help their fellow man and in the process they manage to touch the hearts of many of their viewers, at least the less skeptical ones.

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Was the Mid-Engine Corvette Zora ZR1 Intentionally Leaked by GM?

Could Ed Welburn be giving viewers of Velocity’s Americarna show a sneak peak at the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro and the rumored mid-engine Corvette Zora ZR1?

Or is it just wishful thinking?

Americarna host Ray Evernham recently toured GM’s design facilities with Welburn, the Global Vice President of Design, and definitely got an eye full of “candy.”

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