Each Monday we charge back into the work week and immediately begin counting down to the next weekend. While those Mondays can be a bear, we attempt to make them a little bit easier by taking time out to salute Corvettes built between 1963 and 1967.
West Palm Beach attorney Jason Weisser isn’t just representing other drivers who say their C7 Z06 supercar has left them disappointed.
He’s one of the fold.
Weisser also happens to be a Corvette Z06 owner who loves to track his “brilliant … amazing” vehicle, as he described it in a recent interview with The Palm Beach Post.
But persistent overheating problems have left him questioning the decision to buy one of the Corvettes that sometimes list for more than $100,000.
In the future, smart cars will come with Artificial Intelligence to better connect the driver to the vehicle. Just don’t let it know you’re trading it in for a Corvette.
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Can Robb Holland of Jalopnik take a C7 Corvette Z06 from the bottom of a ditch to the top of Pikes Peak?
We’ll soon found out.
A little background: Due to the sudden sale of the last car he raced in 2016 at Pikes Peak, right when he got his first sponsor for the 2017 gig, no less, Holland says he was in a bit of a time crunch to find a replacement racer.
Well that 2018 Corvette ZR1 that we spotted on the cargo jet to Europe last week never did materialize at Le Mans, but it does look like it has made its return to the Nurburgring.
[PICS] New 2018 Corvette Ceramic Matrix Gray Compared to Arctic White, Blade Silver and Sterling Blue
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.
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.