Late last Friday we broke the news that Bloomington Gold is moving their show from Champaign to a new location to be announced. We had heard rumblings that another relocation could in the works, and that now looks to be a reality. But where should they go next?
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Chevrolet has yet to start retail production of the 650 horsepower C7 Corvette Z06 but that doesn’t mean we can’t speculate about future Corvettes. In case you’ve been living under a rock or were quarantined with some type of communicable disease, the latest rumor is that Chevrolet is working on a mid-engine Corvette named after its first chief Engineer Zora Arkus-Duntov.
If you grew up in the 1970s, you no doubt remember the custom Corvette station wagons that appeared in some of the magazines back in those days.
This eBay ad takes that modification in a different direction, though.
Silverado not cool enough for you? How about a 1972 Corvette pickup?
Our friends at the Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving have scheduled their 3rd annual Corvettes at Bondurant HPDE for October 25th and 26th at their facility in Arizona. If you’re interested in attending, make your plans now as Corvettes at Bondurant limited to the first 200 Corvettes who register for the event.
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A woman’s brush with death has given a new purpose for her black 1974 Corvette.
Jennifer Barnett knew something just wasn’t right with her body last year. She found a large lump in her left breast in August 2013, and about a month later, doctors gave her the grim news – she had stage IV breast cancer that had apparently spread to her liver.
She embarked on a year of chemotherapy aimed to keep the cancer from growing, and by February, tests showed that the breast tumor had indeed shrunk – but the tumor in her liver had not.
Revorix, a new player in the field of automotive customization, will premiere a modified Corvette C7 Stingray at the 2014 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada from November 4 through November 7. They have selected the C7 to showcase their new line of automotive customization products that initially includes body panels and wheels.
On Friday evening at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD), three GM design employees used a vinyl-wrapped Arctic White Corvette Stingray as their canvas and repainted the sports car live during a fundraiser which generated nearly $400,000.
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.