Shorter version: Expect the Unexpected.
You Corvette fans may not realize the impact that Daylight Savings Time has when it comes to reading up on your favorite American sports car. For example, thanks to this weekend’s time change, this Midyear Monday photo gallery is coming to you exactly one hour earlier than normal.
So to celebrate, we added a few more 2nd generation Corvettes to our gallery for the week so that we can bring you a grand total of 52 Corvettes built during the 1963-1967 model years.
Thanks again to those that have submitted a photos of their Corvettes. If you want to see your Corvette featured on a future Midyear Monday gallery, just email a photo or two to Keith@CorvetteBlogger.com and we’ll add it to our archive.
The Pulaski County Sheriffs Office responded to a call on Sunday afternoon reporting a single car accident on Highway 70, two miles west of Eubank, Kentucky. When officers arrived, they found a 2002 Black Corvette crashed in a field. The two occupants were thrown from the car and the female passenger would later die from her injuries.
As I continue to search for my next Corvette, I often wonder what it would be like to find a super low mile Corvette gem tucked away in a long forgotten garage or barn. David Hallman from Ottawa, Ontario recently got to fulfill my Corvette dream when he stumbled up on an Elkhart Green 1972 Corvette Coupe that had been sitting since 1973.
One year ago, General Motors opened the doors to the all-new GM Powertrain Performance and Racing Center – a state-of-the-art facility that brings together a team of nearly 85 engine builders, engineers and staff to develop and support the racing engines for Corvette Racing’s C7.R in IMSA, the Cadillac ATSV.R in the World Challenge Series, as well as the engines for the NHRA COPO Camaros, IndyCar and NASCAR.