Double chrome bumper C3 Corvettes aren’t getting any cheaper, but this one currently on Craigslist might provide someone with a more economical way to buy one.
When is a C6 Corvette more than the sum of its parts?
When it’s covered with a wrap to make it look like the legendary Lightning McQueen from the popular Cars movies.
As a follow-up to my first Hurricane Irma Update which was posted before the storm arrived, I wanted to share the good news about our experience now that it’s over.
First, I’d like to thank all the family and friends who have reached out to me and my family during this time. Your words of encouragement and prayers are very much appreciated.
Many readers know that were are based out of Tampa and while the storm track for Irma was looking good for us earlier in the week, it all went to hell in the last 48 hours. My house is located inside Flood Zone A that was ordered evacuated. With the track expected to pass directly over the area, we grabbed a few of our supplies, our pets and headed out the door.
Leaving everything behind was hard and the stress of deciding what to take and what to leave was crazy. Basically, it was the pets or stuff so I chose the pets.
Before leaving, I instituted my hurricane plan and took my 1966 Corvette and parked it in a concrete parking structure. Walking away after she was all covered, I gave her one long look…that car has been in the family for 51 years and leaving her behind was just about the hardest thing I have done in a while. I’m praying to God that I will see her soon. Whether or not I will have a functional garage to park it in will be revealed later this week.
Many Florida communities are expected to be without power for sometime after the storm passes, so I can’t really predict how soon we’ll be back to full strength. I’ll keep trying to post when possible, and again I appreciate your support and patience during this time. For my fellow Floridians, our message is to remain strong and please be safe.
Football is back and teams are looking for creative halftime events. Here’s an idea! A Corvette as a halftime show? Only if the NFL wants to see its ratings go back up.
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They don’t come much more highly coveted than an L88 Corvette produced briefly by Chevrolet from 1967 to 1969.
Some lucky person will have the opportunity to lay claim to one of the 216 L88s made during that three-year span, this Cortez Silver over black 1969 Corvette Coupe with a long and verifiable pedigree that will be auctioned off during the Mecum Auction in Dallas, Texas Sept. 6-9.
Our friends at Van Bortel Chevrolet are hosting a car show this weekend to benefit “It’s About Caring for Kids” (IACKids), a charity group that helps families with sick children. The show is open to all makes and models of automobiles and will be held at Van Bortel Chevrolet on Route 31 in Macedon, NY.
Florida is bracing for the impact of Hurricane Irma in a few days, and the good folks at the National Corvette Museum are doing their part to help out their friends to the south.
The Museum announced yesterday that the Bowling Green community – a second home for many Corvette enthusiasts – is opening its doors to anyone fleeing from the powerful hurricane expected to hit the Sunshine State this weekend.
General Motors issued the official report on Friday for August Corvette Sales. This is the first sales report since the Bowling Green Assembly Plant closed at the end of July. Some new deliveries from the factory still took place during the month but moving forward it’s safe to say that any new sales will come from existing dealer stocks.
So let’s get to it.
In August 2017, Chevrolet sold 1,748 Corvettes which was a 42.9% decline from the 3,063 Corvettes sold in 2016. In August 2016, the Grand Sport had started shipping. For the calendar year to date (January-August), a total of 17,385 Corvettes have been sold. This is a 12.6% decline from the 19,890 Corvettes sold in 2016 during the same time frame.