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Get a Free Copy of the Illustrated Corvette Engine Spotter's Guide

If you’ve been around the Corvette hobby long, I’m sure you’ll recognize the artwork from the very talented Scott Teeters whose work appears in Vette Magazine as well as online at the IllustratedCorvetteSeries.com. Scott and his wife Karen have recently launched a new Corvette blog called the Corvette Report and to help promote the site, they are offering a free copy of the Illustrated Corvette Engine Spotter’s Guide.

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November 2009 Corvette Sales

by Keith Cornett on December 2, 2009

November 2009 Corvette Sales

GM released the figures yesterday for November 2009: 952 Corvettes were delivered in the month, a decline of over 200 units from October 2009′s 1,154. Year to year, Corvette sales are down 12% from the 1,093 deliveries in November 2008. For the calendar year (Jan-Nov 09) 12,901 Corvettes were sold compared with 25,647 sold over the same time period in 2008. That’s a decline of 49.7%.

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The Corvette Racing team was at Road Atlanta for three days last week for tire testing. Oliver updates us on who was there and the process of picking tires for next year’s GT2 campaign. We also learn from the video that Jan Magnussen broke his tailbone in the accident with Jorg Bergmeister’s Porsche at Laguna Seca. The team is trying out a new seat to prevent that type of injury from occuring in the future.


 

Up Close with the 1967 Corvette Convertible Raffle Car

Back in May we revealed the Corvette Dream Giveaway raffle to benefit the Kids Wish Network was pairing a unique 1 of 1 Hero Edition Corvette ZR1 with a classic 1967 Corvette Convertible that will be given away to one lucky winner on Christmas day. While the focus on that blog post was the special edition Corvette ZR1, we thought it appropriate to take a closer look at the big block Sting Ray that will also be given away to help make a child’s dream come true.

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DigitalCorvettes.com Founder Patrick Gramm premiered the first episode of his new online show “Vette Garage: The Series” last week with the film crew visiting Pfadt Race Engineering in Utah. The new series has all the typical elements found on reality shows including the drama of faulty tire pressure gauges! High production values and a corvette-performance theme will make this new show from the creator of “Vette Girl” and “Vette Dogs” a must watch!


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Vette Garage

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Corvette Values: 1998 Aztec Gold Corvette Coupe

by Keith Cornett on November 30, 2009

1998 Aztec Gold Corvette Coupe

GJ in Florida submitted this 1998 Corvette Coupe to Corvette Values:

1998 Corvette Coupe. VIN 1G1YY22G8W5109XXX. Rare RPO 58U Aztec Gold exterior paint, Light Oak leather interior and black dash. 345 hp LS1, automatic transmission, 35K Miles. Corvette is in Show condition. Documentation includes internal GM memos regarding Aztec Gold paint. Signed by Wil Cooksey. Multiple trophy winner, displayed at National Corvette Museum.

Find out how we valued this Corvette after the jump.

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[VIDEO] Tour of the National Corvette Museum

by Keith Cornett on November 23, 2009

The National Corvette Museum released a neat video that showcases all the exhibits and other interactive offerings. Included is a look at the Museum’s new expansion which was completed in time for the 15th Anniversary celebration this past Labor Day.

 

Five Questions with Corvette Racing’s Doug Fehan

by Keith Cornett on November 21, 2009

Five Questions with Corvette Racing's Doug Fehan
Photo Credit: John Thawley

Sports Car Insider recently had a chance to ask Corvette Racing’s Program Manager five questions covering both personal and business aspects of his life. One of my favorite questions is what would Doug be doing if he wasn’t involved in racing. Check out Sports Car Insider to see his answers.


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Sports Car Insider

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[PICS] Building the Corvette ZR1′s LS9 V8 Engine

by Keith Cornett on November 19, 2009

Building the Corvette ZR1's LS9 V8 Engine

Autoblog had the rare opportunity to visit GM’s Performance Build Center in Wixom, Michigan where they worked along side master engine builder Mike Armstrong to assemble an LS9 engine. The PBC is unique to GM’s other engine assembly centers as each engine is assembled by hand from start to finish by a single engine builder as opposed to sending the engine down an assembly line where multiple workers add the same part over and over.

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Holiday Corvette Ideas: The 2/3 Scale 35 MPH C1 Classic Corvette

Looking for the ultimate Christmas gift for your junior Corvette enthusiast this year? Look no further than Hammacher Schlemmer’s 35 MPH Junior C1 Corvette. The 2/3 scale gasoline powered replica of a 1956 Corvette is an impressive recreation of the first Corvette to race at Sebring.

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