In my hometown, an enterprising fellow has built a huge treehouse downtown, where he actually lives.
His creation is always changing. One year, he even attached an airplane to create additional living space.
The National Corvette Museum will have its day in court on Nov. 17, hoping to have a $100 a day fine from the Warren County Code Enforcement Board nullified.
Warren District Judge John Brown scheduled the hearing, during which the NCM is expected to argue that the fine was issued arbitrarily and that it is being discriminated against.
Thanks to the generosity of an Idaho couple, the National Corvette Museum is now the proud owner of a virtually brand new 1988 35th Anniversary Corvette.
We’ve seen a few of these all-white cars through the years, and the beautiful white interior is usually the first thing to be ruined by everyday use.
But that’s definitely not the case with this 35th Anniversary Corvette donated by Rick and Deb Seymour last month to the NCM.
Corvette enthusiasts are some of the best people in the world.
For proof, just take a look at what Jesse, a Corvette lover and cancer survivor living in Florida, and his fellow enthusiasts on Corvette Forum have done over the past 15 years.
A Corvette of any age is considered a work of art by many.
That’s why it is no surprise that a 1954 Chevrolet Corvette is being displayed inside the St. Louis Art Museum starting next week.
As the C7 Corvette matures, Chevrolet continues to deliver for Corvette owners.
At this year’s SEMA show, Chevrolet announced a new list of performance parts that were previously exclusive to the Z06 that are now being made available for the Corvette Stingray.
Many of these parts were featured on the new Corvette Stingray Track Day Concept that is the basis for the new Michelin Corvette Challenge series, but the good news is that anyone can order these parts directly from their Chevrolet dealer.
The new list of performance parts offer Corvette Stingray owners the ability to enhance the handling, braking, cooling and downforce on their cars. While many of the Z06 parts are slated for the Z51 Stingrays, many are available for non-Z51 Corvettes as well and all the parts will fit 2014+ C7s.. Base Corvette owners can also order specific Z51 parts for their Stingrays as well.
Heartland Customs unveiled their latest masterpiece at the SEMA show on Tuesday. The deep red 1971 coupe with Steel Cities Gray accents is appropriately named “Stingray” and was custom built for a customer of theirs. It will be on display throughout this week in the CTEK booth at the SEMA show in Las Vegas.
A few months back, we showed you a woman who had, shall we say, an underwhelming reaction to a new Stingray gifted her by her boyfriend.
Fast forward a few months, and we’ll show you a much different reaction from a Green Bay woman in the same circumstances.