Ocean City Corvette Club held their annual Corvettes on the Boardwalk show in Ocean City, New Jersey on Sunday, September 21st. Many thanks to our friend Monica Mayer @ CU~Through The Lens who offered us the opportunity to share some photos from the show.
Our Corvette friends who have attended this show say it’s one of their favorites and it sure does look like a cool event they way it’s presented.
It should come as no surprise to Chevrolet enthusiasts that their favorite cars are among the leaders in yet another performance category.
Autoblog just came out with a listing of vehicles that have the best torque-to-weight ratios, broken down according to price, and Chevy dominated the action.
Here’s another brief video of the Laguna Blue 2015 Corvette Z06 testing at the Nurburgring. Unconfirmed reports say this Corvette Z06 is rocking the ‘ring with an 8-speed automatic transmission.
What we do know is that the 650 hp Corvette Z06 makes some big sound as it flies around the track.
Hey, don’t blame the Corvette.
That’s our first reaction to a man getting locked inside a C6 after he climbed inside a 2007 Corvette coupe on sale at a Lynchburg, Va., car lot last week. (At least it wasn’t a convertible with the top down and the doors locked.)
We can understand if you are moving a little slower today as it’s the beginning of the work week. So here’s some motivation in the form of our weekly image gallery featuring 1963 to 1967 Corvettes that we affectionately refer to as Midyear Monday.
Weight Watchers doesn’t have anything on today’s carmakers, including Chevrolet and its popular new Corvette.
With fuel prices on the rise and emission standards growing tougher by the day, carmakers are doing all they can to slice as much weight off their vehicles as possible to meet the new regulations and save consumers money on gas.
Among the leaders of this industry-wide move is the seventh-generation Stingray.
A Duntov Turbo Corvette, one of the lesser-known Corvette models, is up for sale on eBay and is being offered at no reserve.
The Duntov Turbo Corvette was a collaboration between American Custom Industries (ACI) and Zora Arkus-Duntov following Zora’s retirement from General Motors in 1975. The Duntov Turbo Corvette should not be confused with the 1979 Turbo Corvette and the 1980 Turbo Corvette, both of which were General Motors prototypes. General Motors did not participate in either the design or the manufacture of the Duntov Turbo as both were the responsibility of ACI.