Corvette sales have historically done well in the Middle East so it’s no surprise that a contingent of Grand Sport Collector Editions will soon be available in the region.
We’ve heard for years about the rising age of Corvette owners. The same apparently goes for museum attendees, too.
To help the National Corvette Museum remain enticing to younger visitors, it has just hired Derek E. Moore of Garrettsville, Ohio to serve as curator of the museum.
Fresh off the heels of a 1969 Corvette L88 convertible that just sold for $490,000 at last month’s Bonhams Scottsdale Auction, comes another L88 Corvette roadster – this one a 1968 model.
I am very pleased to announce that Author Robert Casey of the All Corvette Colors book series has offered to share some of his knowledge regarding some of the great colors that have graced Corvettes over the years. And with the Corvette factory’s new paint shop coming online this year, his insight into the painting process will be invaluable. The book series is available at Amazon.com.
GM shocked the world with an all new Corvette body style in 1963. They even approved Bill Mitchell’s beloved split-window design – for one year only. But there was something else that GM approved for one year only: The special Sebring Silver Metallic paint.
Most of the major automakers blew into the Windy City last week to set up for the second round of the 2017 auto show circuit here in the US. The 2017 Chicago Auto Show is now in full swing and runs though February 20th.
A special thanks to CorvetteBlogger reader Laud Okoh for providing us with these photos from the show.
Bob’s special relationship with his Corvette was particularly awkward around Valentine’s Day.
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