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The beautiful sound of that Corvette Stingray engine humming down the highway could well be the theme song for the Tonawanda Engine Plant, where the seventh-generation Corvette’s powerplant is being manufactured.

Life hasn’t always been so rosy for the New York plant, which suffered through the auto industry downturn during the recent recession but has roared back to life with a vengeance thanks to the success of the new Stingray.

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2015 Corvette Stingray Wins Auto123's Convertible of the Year Award

Awards continue to pour down on the seventh-generation Corvette Stingray.

This time, Auto123.com has named the Corvette as its 2015 Convertible of the Year, beating out the Jaguar F-Type and the all-new 2015 Mazda Miata.

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Peter Max Sued Over Sale of Corvette Collection

by Mitch Talley on December 11, 2014

Peter Max Sued Over Sale of Corvette Collection
Photo Credit: Barry Brecheisen / Invision / AP

We told you a few weeks ago about the sale of the mysterious Peter Max collection of Corvettes.

Apparently there’s more to the story now.

A lawsuit filed recently claims that the psychedelic pop artist of the 1960s – who once painted an entire Boeing 777 and a 600-foot stage for the Woodstock Music Festival – hasn’t paid two New York men the commissions he allegedly promised them for handling the sale of the 36 Corvettes.

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[PICS] The Corvette Racers of the 2014 Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals

One of the coolest displays at this year’s Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals (MCACN) in Chicago was the Corvette Race Car Invitational. Ten significant racers from Corvette’s early years made up this year’s display including a pair of 1963 Z06′s and several L88′s.

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C6 Corvette Driver Hits a Pedestrian in Jacksonville

A man staggering across both lanes of a highway in Jacksonville, Fla., suffered serious injuries after being struck by a silver C6 Corvette on Saturday night, according to a spokesman with the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office.

Lt. Larry Kitchen said the man was taken to UF Health Jacksonville, where his injuries were said to be life-threatening.

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General Motors to Restore the 1992 'One Millionth' Corvette Rescued from Sinkhole

When Humpty Dumpty took his big tumble a few years back, all the King’s horses and all the King’s men couldn’t put Humpty together again. Well, the King obviously didn’t choose the right people for the job—he should have contacted the talented craft workers of the Design Fabrication Operation at General Motors’ Global Design Center in Warren, Mich.

You see, in addition to their normal duties fabricating and assembling many of GM’s top design study vehicles and futuristic show cars, they have undertaken a task akin to putting Humpty back together—restoring to its previous glory, the 1 Millionth Corvette convertible that was heavily damaged when it was swallowed by the National Corvette Museum’s sinkhole back in February.

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[VIDEO] Consumer Reports: The Corvette Stingray is One of the Most Loved Cars

Consumer Reports isn’t saying anything Corvette enthusiasts don’t already know.

The new seventh-generation Stingray continues to be a winner long after owners have brought it home from the dealership.

But it’s still nice to have that validation from an unbiased source.

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[PICS] Chevrolet Prices the 2015 Corvette Stingray for Europe

Chevrolet has made no secret that it hopes to lure away some of those Porsche, BMW, and Ferrari owners living overseas with its new seventh-generation Stingray.

Now, General Motors has released the first details and images of the 2015 Corvette Stingray all dressed up in its European clothes.

If you live overseas, though, you can expect to pay considerably more than if you live in America.

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Top Gear's Jeremy Clarkson Picks the Corvette Stingray as his Car of the Year

Jeremy Clarkson, one of the co-hosts of the BBC’s Top Gear auto show, has turned in his choice for the 2014 Car of the Year and it’s none other than the 2014 Corvette Stingray. We’ve come along way from the days when America’s Sports Car was nothing but a punching bag (or a literal target) for the British auto critic. The choice for the 2014 Car of the Year was announced in the magazine version of Top Gear in their annual awards issue which is out now.

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November 2014 Corvette Sales

by Keith Cornett on December 3, 2014

November 2014 Corvette Sales

General Motors released their latest monthly sales report and sales of the Corvette remain very strong with 2,378 Corvettes delivered in November 2014. However, sales did dip slightly by -5.9% from November 2013′s 2,527 deliveries.

For the calendar year to date (January-November 2014), GM has sold 31,287 Corvettes for a 119% gain over 2013′s sales of 14,286. Remember that in 2013, the factory was shut down for half the year while it was retooled for C7 production.

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