Here’s a case of a Barn Find that’s still in the barn, so to speak.
Welcome to another round of Midyear Monday where we celebrate Corvettes built between 1963-1967. This week’s salute to the second generation Corvette features 36 random photos.
Once again, I had my 1966 Corvette Sting Ray out this weekend for a Cars & Coffee event at the DuPont Registry on Saturday morning. Which means I spent a couple of hours after work on Friday getting her ready. For a slightly different look, I popped off the hub caps and took it to the gathering as is.
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Two women are facing criminal charges after they drove through Hanover, Pa., with two children stuffed in the trunk of their Corvette.
We’ve searched the Internet high and low but can’t seem to find out what year Corvette and whether it was a coupe or convertible was involved in the case.
“Tire Smoker” Matt Farah takes a 2016 Corvette Z06 in this video and puts it through the paces after the installation of a DSC Sport Controller.
If you’re like me, DSC probably doesn’t mean much to you, but Farah explains that it’s a way of reprogramming the magnetic ride for better lap times at the track while also being more versatile.
IMSA has made yet more changes to the Balance of Performance (BoP) tables for the GT Le Mans class ahead of the next weekend’s race at Northeast Grand Prix at Lime Rock according to Sportscar365.com.
While the Corvette Racing C7.Rs are unaffected by these new adjustments, Ferrari gets a boost while BMW and Porsche will be slowed.
That’s the parting words in a recent story headlined “The Mid-Engine Corvette Is a Terrible Idea” by Lawrence Ulrich with thedrive.com, a long-time auto journalist who worries that the rumored mid-engine version in the works for the C8 Corvette might just be the end of America’s favorite sports car.