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Custom Corvettes Shine at the Classic Corvette Club UK Nationals

The Classic Corvette Club UK held their 30th Anniversary Nationals show recently and corvette owners turned out to display a variety of the classic American sports car from all generations. Like most shows, participants entered Corvettes ranging from stock through modified, race cars and recreations. Some of the customs are very well done and so we thought a pictorial feature would be nice to show what our brothers and sisters from across the pond are doing to their Corvettes.

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Becoming a Corvette Owner Can be an Unmatched Experience

Can you name any other car company that allows buyers to assemble their own engines, travel the assembly line along side their car, take delivery in a museum and then receive a photo book of the assembly process? With the new Engine Build Experience option introduced this week, Corvette absolutely raises the bar with the opportunities it affords to new buyers. Here is a nice recap of the available production/delivery experiences along with links for more info.

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Rumor: GM To Move Corvette Production to Lansing?

by Mark Leevan on July 13, 2010

GM To Move Corvette Production to Lansing?

Since 1981, the Chevrolet Corvette has called Bowling Green home. But a news report by a Michigan television station suggests that America’s Sports Car may be moving its production to Lansing.

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GM To Allow Owners To Build Their Own Corvette Engine

by Keith Cornett on July 13, 2010

GM To Allow Owners To Build Their Own Corvette Engine

We heard back in January that GM was considering adding a program that would allow owners the opportunity to build the engine that would be installed in their new Corvette. Yesterday, GM announced that the Corvette Engine Build Program would be available starting in 2011 for customers who order a Corvette Z06 or ZR1.

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Corvettes Qualify Seventh and Eighth for ALMS Utah Grand Prix

SALT LAKE CITY, July 10, 2010 – Corvette Racing drivers Olivier Beretta and Johnny O’Connell qualified their twin Compuware Corvette C6.R race cars seventh and eighth respectively for Sunday’s American Le Mans Series Larry H. Miller Dealerships Utah Grand Prix at Miller Motorsports Park. The fiercely competitive GT class saw Beretta qualify his No. 4 Corvette C6.R at 1:48.022, just .355-seconds off the pole-winning time set by the Ferrari 430 GT of Gianmaria Bruni at 1:47.729. O’Connell qualified at 1:48.279, .612 seconds behind Bruni.

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Corvettes at the Goodwood Festival of Speed

Corvettes from various years returned to the famous Goodwood Festival of Speed held in England on July 2nd-4th. Although Chevrolet had a 2010 Corvette ZR1 on display as well as a new Camaro, it was a 1963 Grand Sport Corvette Coupe that stole the show.

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Happy 4th of July from CorvetteBlogger.com

by Keith Cornett on July 4, 2010

Happy 4th of July from CorvetteBlogger.com

Happy 4th of July!

 

June 2010 Corvette Sales

by Keith Cornett on July 1, 2010

June 2010 Corvette Sales

GM released the sales figures for June today and the report shows Corvette sales holding steady with 1,405 deliveries. This is a decrease of just 23 Corvettes over May 2010′s 1,428 Corvettes. However, if you recall our analysis of May’s numbers, you’ll remember that deliveries were the highest since September 2009. So the fact that Corvette sales were nearly identical to May is good news. Want even more good news? Calendar year sales shows an increase of 0.6% over June’s 2009 1,396 deliveries.

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[PICS] Tornado Destroys Two Corvettes in Rural Iowa

by Keith Cornett on June 28, 2010

Tornado Destroys Two Corvettes in Rural Iowa

Two Corvettes were destroyed by a tornado that swept through countryside outside Sibley, Iowa on June 25th. The owners, Henry and Twyla Bents survived the store by taking shelter in their basement.

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C7 Corvette to Debut with New 5.5L 440 hp V8 Powerplant

Sources within GM have told Motor Trend that the C7 Corvette will be one of the first cars to feature the next-generation small block V8. General Motors recently announced its investment of $890 million to develop and manufacture the powerplant. The new V8 will feature aluminum blocks and heads, direct injection and a new combustion system.

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