While many Corvette owners we know are happy with the stock look of their cars, there are always those that like to take the personalization further by making custom changes to their rides. Recently we were introduced to once such Corvette Z06 that is worthy of sharing.
Stan’s new 2017 Lingenfelter Corvette Grand Sport Coupe now puts out 600 rear-wheel horsepower and we imagine it’s a blast to drive!
Like a good neighbor, the National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park is there.
Paraphrasing that old State Farm slogan is one way to summarize the approach the Motorsports Park will be taking in the aftermath of a new noise agreement reached with a neighborhood group last week.
We’ve been hearing about this project since late last year and we even polled our readers to see if you knew what kind of project car that Corvette Repair Inc’s Kevin Mackay would be showing at Amelia Island.
Well, the word is out that Kevin is bringing a drivable cutaway 1953 Corvette that was created using the earliest known production 1953 chassis with the #003 serial number.
Happy Monday Corvette fans!
It’s time to tee up one of our favorite weekly features, our soon-to-be-famous Midyear Monday photo gallery. Today’s Corvette image gallery features 43 Corvettes built between 1963-1967.
If you want to see your Corvette featured on future Midyear Monday gallery, just email a photo or two to Keith@CorvetteBlogger.com and we’ll add it to our archive.
The conflict between the National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park and its neighbors drew closer to a settlement this week.
The Motorsports Park’s detailed development plan that outlines acceptable noise levels was approved Thursday by the City-County Planning Commission of Warren County after two-plus hours of discussion in Bowling Green City Commission chambers.
After pouring his heart and soul into his 1960 Corvette, Dave Fischbach suffered the ultimate sorrow for a car enthusiast last week when police discovered that thieves had destroyed his red 1960 Chevy Corvette.