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Tuners & Exotic Vettes

Kevin Mackay's Drivable 1967 Corvette Chassis

Is beauty skin deep or is it what’s inside that counts? K. Scott Teeters plays Corvette Oddball with renowned Corvette restorer Kevin Mackay of Corvette Repair. In addition to his award-winning classic Corvette restorations, Mackay has a fleet of special display cars including a drivable 1967 Corvette chassis.

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2009 Callaway GT1 Championship Edition featured in Corvette Magazine

I just got my April 2010 issue of Corvette Magazine and oh, snap! Guess what I saw? Gracing the cover is a 2009 GT1 Championship Edition Convertible. A car so rare, we’ll be talking about the record prices these special editions are sure to get at auctions sooner rather than later. Only 7 Black GT1 Convertibles were made and we are pretty sure that only one has been tuned by Callaway.

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[VIDEO] Italian Looking C5 Corvette Alicante By Maro Tuning

by Keith Cornett on December 27, 2009

Italian Looking C5 Corvette Alicante By Maro Tuning

I came across a couple of videos of this C5 Corvette by Spanish Tuner Maro and I am really intrigued by several of the features. The first video shows the front which has a grille similar to the Corvette Stingray Concept. The back has been completly reworked as well and just screams Italian. Check out the short videos and let me know what you think!

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[VIDEO] Lingenfelter Corvette ZR1 Runs 9.81 @ 145.74 mph

by Keith Cornett on December 13, 2009

Lingenfelter had their Corvette ZR1 test mule making quarter mile passes at Maryland International Raceway on December 7th and during one of the runs, the Corvette ran 9.81 @ 145.74 mph. This is believed to be the first Corvette ZR1 to see the 9′s on a quarter mile run.

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Andy Granatelli Turbine-Powered C3 Corvette

Did Chevy ever really seriously consider developing a turbine-powered Corvette? The short answer is “No!”. They may have talked about it over lunch, but Chevy never got into the turbine craze of the late sixties. But just because Chevy was never on-board doesn’t mean others haven’t looked to build their own turbine powered Corvette.

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Loma Performance Unveils the Corvette C6.BlackforceOne

by Keith Cornett on December 3, 2009

Loma Performance Unveils the Corvette C6.BlackforceOne

German-based tuner Loma Performance takes the term “wide body” to a whole new realm with its “BlackforceOne” Corvette package. The only thing that falls flat here is the press releases comparison that this Corvette is somehow “reminiscent” of Boeing’s Air Force One. Clearly the Corvette is more of stealth fighter than passenger jet with its 783 hp bi-turbo V8 engine and copious carbon fiber body parts.

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Superformance Recreates Iconic Corvette Grand Sport

by Keith Cornett on November 16, 2009

Superformance Recreates Iconic Corvette Grand Sport

Southern California based Superformance LLC is best known for their realistic recreations of the Shelby Cobra and the Ford GT40. Teaming up with the Duntov Motor Company, they have recently been granted the production rights to recreate the coupe and convertible street version rollers of the iconic 1963 Corvette Grand Sport.

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V8TV hooks up with the team at Lingenfelter Performance Engineering at SEMA 2009 for an in depth talk about how to wring more power out of the new Corvette ZR1. LPE knows from experience as they tuned a Jetstream Blue ZR1 without modifying the stock LS9 to achive a quarter mile time of 10.02 at 138 mph!


Source:
Motorator

Related:
[VIDEO] Lingenfelter Twin-Turbo Corvette Z06 Hits 226 mph

 

50th Anniversary Corvette Stingray Concept

General Motors released a batch of new images of the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Concept. In the press release, Chevy gives the Transformer’s movie car the official name of “50th Anniversary Corvette Stingray Concept”. The 50th Anniversary refers to the original Stingray racer built by Chief Engineer Zora Arkus-Duntov in 1959.

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Corvette Z06-based Specter Werkes C6 GTR Heading to SEMA

by Keith Cornett on October 29, 2009

Corvette Z06-based Specter Werkes GTR Heading to SEMA

Even though Specter Werkes first introduced the C6 GTR last summer, they have continued to make improvements to the package. Now that SEMA is just around the corner, the Troy, Michigan-based tuner has unleashed perhaps the best variant yet to the GTR family – this one featuring BASF Blue Pearl paint, HRE Carbon Fiber wheels and a twin turbo LS7 V8 courtesy of Lingenfelter which produces a mind-blowing 800 horsepower. The Specter Werkes GTR Corvette will be prominently displayed outside the Las Vegas Convention Center as a feature car for HRE Wheels.

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