Earlier this week I took the day off to roll over to Orlando to check out the 1969 ZL1 Corvette and two L88s at Roger’s Corvette Center. Well, the fun didn’t end there as we made one more stop at Bill Tower’s place in Plant City to check out the #005 1963 Corvette Grand Sport and the other rare Corvettes in his collection.
Tom Cotter says he’s been hunting down old cars since he was 12.
On Episode 18 of The Barn Find Hunter on YouTube, he proves he’s still up to his old tricks.
I’m sure that’s what the driver of a classic Aston Martin DB4 GT was thinking after getting bumped off the track by a 1962 Corvette during one of the races at the Goodwood Revival in England.
Bloomington Gold’s second event of the year is a couple months away. If you’re looking to get your car judged, attend a seminar, or just check out some really nice Corvettes, now’s the time to get moving. Registration for Bloomington Gold Charlotte is now open. The event takes place October 13th and 14th at the Hendrick Motorsport complex in Concord, North Carolina.
Let’s just say it was an invitation that you couldn’t refuse.
Our friend Jeff from the Facebook group Simply Corvettes put together an event called “The Run to the ZL1” and asked if we wanted to come over and check out the 1969 Corvette ZL1 at Roger’s Corvette Center in Orlando, FL. Most Corvette enthusiasts have never seen one a ZL1 in person, let alone hearing it started up. So we took the day off and headed over to check it out.
It’s our favorite day of the week! Monday’s are no fun for sure, but we try to make it a little bit better by offering up our Midyear Monday photo gallery which this week features 45 Corvettes built between 1963-1967.
A big thanks to those of you who submitted photos last week and please keep those submissions coming if you want to see your Corvette featured on a future Midyear Monday gallery. Just email me a photo or two to [email protected] and we’ll add it to our archive.