The good folks at the world’s largest Corvette dealer receive new truckloads of Corvettes all the time. But this week Kerbeck Corvette just received their first transports loaded with 2018 Corvettes! The shipment included a 2018 Corvette Grand Sport with the new Ceramic Matrix Gray exterior, the newest color which made its debut in April at the National Corvette Museum’s Bash event. Ceramic Matrix Gray is also the featured color of the 2018 Carbon 65 Editions.
[PICS] New 2018 Corvette Ceramic Matrix Gray Compared to Arctic White, Blade Silver and Sterling Blue
Where would Corvette be today without the efforts of its legendary chief engineer / cheerleader Zora Arkus-Duntov?
Believe it or not, if Porsche officials had had their way in the mid-1950s, we might have a definitive answer to that speculation.
Happy Monday folks. Hope everyone is doing better than my main desktop computer which is now on a lift at my local Best Buy Garage. Unfortunately, our weekly Midyear Monday photo gallery will be a just a tad smaller than usual but we still have 32 great photos of the 1963-1967 Corvettes this week.
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This Corvette reminds me of the old Johnny Cash song, “One Piece at a Time,” where he assembles a car from pieces he has brought home working at the assembly plant over a period of years.
Johnny Burke’s car started out life as a 1973 model, but today you could call it anything from a 1963 to a 2015 since he’s borrowed several touches from other years that have resulted in one cool C3 restomod.
Long before there was the off-white (officially known as Ceramic Matrix Gray) Carbon 65 Corvette coming for 2018, there was the all-white 35th Anniversary Edition in 1988.
We’ve seen a lot of these cars over the years (well, as many as you can see when there were just 2,050 ever made) and have always admired the white leather seats.
Garcia, Magnussen, Taylor climb Le Mans podium in GTE Pro
LE MANS, France (June 18, 2017) – Corvette Racing has experienced highs and lows in its 18 appearances at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. America’s premier GT racing team added to that Sunday with a dramatic third-place finish in the GTE Pro category with Antonio Garcia, Jan Magnussen and Jordan Taylor climbing onto the podium together for the second time in four years.
Heading into final six hours, No. 63 Corvette C7.R stays in the mix for GTE Pro victory
LE MANS, France (June 18, 2017) – Corvette Racing’s No. 63 Mobil 1/SiriusXM Chevrolet Corvette C7.R remains right in the middle of a fierce seven-car battle as the 24 Hours of Le Mans entered its final stages Sunday morning. After hours of fighting back from an early race puncture, the trio of Antonio Garcia, Jan Magnussen and Jordan Taylor led twice in the third quarter of the endurance classic and entered the final six hours in the top-three of the GTE Pro category.
No. 63 Corvette C7.R remains in thick of GE Pro battle
LE MANS, France (June 18, 2017) – This year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans is halfway complete with the No. 63 Mobil 1/SiriusXM Chevrolet Corvette C7.R still in the thick of things in the GTE Pro class. Jordan Taylor drove an impressive two hour-plus stint in the second six hours to keep the No. 63 Corvette on the lead lap as it chased a ninth class victory at the French classic.