We’re sure this Torch Red Corvette Z06 looked great just as it was when it came off the assembly line in Bowling Green, but a new set of wheels can add that extra personalization to the Corvette owner’s new ride. It’s been a little while since we’ve featured a Corvette showing off custom wheels, but when we first glimpsed this Corvette Z06 wearing these matte black wheels from ADV.1, we knew we had to share these photos with Corvette owners.
Here’s your chance to own a true piece of Corvette history, but you’d better act quickly.
Bidding on the last 1975 Corvette convertible produced by Chevrolet ends Thursday at 12:57 pm ET.
No one has bid on the car as of 1pm Eastern Time on Feb. 11th, but you can lock it up at the “Buy It Now” price of $85,000.
Driving a real-wheel drive 650 hp super car in crappy weather can be done if you follow the rules and play it safe. Unfortunately for this brand new Corvette Z06 with less than 100 miles on the odometer, the owner learned those rules the hard way and now the car sits at the dealer waiting for repairs.
For Wilmington, N.C., auto dealer Don Latham, the 1967 Corvette Sting Ray he bought at a Florida auction last week has the right stuff.
You see, he bought one of the Corvettes owned by the “Mercury Seven,” the men chosen by NASA in April 1959 to lead America into the Space Age.
All seven of the astronauts had a Corvette, and this one belonged to Virgil “Gus” Grissom, who was one of the three astronauts who died on the launch pad aboard Apollo 1 on Jan. 27, 1967.
The driver of this ’69 Corvette Stingray is having some serious fun trying to get that American V8 power some traction during an autocross event held on an ice track.
Chevrolet Corvette Stingray on ice! Without Winter Tires! Not a good idea but Crazy Fun! Epic Fail!
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Are you good with numbers?
Then you might want to enter a contest just announced by the National Corvette Museum.
Zach Massey, project manager with Scott, Murphy, & Daniel LLC, gave another update on the sinkhole restoration Friday and also spilled the beans (or should we say rocks?) on an interesting contest being sponsored by the NCM.