Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee kicked off its seventh season on Wednesday evening with a great car, a special guest and a pretty cool location. The guest was President Barack Obama and the location was the White House. And the car? How about a Silver Blue 1963 Corvette Sting Ray!
Our friends over at the Corvette Forum are asking the important questions: “Can a Corvette still be considered a sleeper?”
This 1964 Corvette looks nearly stock as its waiting for its moment in the drag lanes at Cecil County Dragway. The second year of Sting Rays have a rich history in Corvette lore, but being known for ground-pounding quarter miles wasn’t one of them. Not only that, but the gleaming red paint, shiny chrome and skinny street tires all seem to tell everybody that this Corvette is here just for some fun and shouldn’t really be taken serious.
Some people who aren’t sure about the practicality of their Corvette try to make it more suitable for everyday driving.
Maybe they’d be the perfect customer for this 1976 Corvette that’s been expanded with a Can Am wagon conversion, currently for sale on eBay for $14,900.
What a great way for a Corvette enthusiast to spread some Christmas cheer!
BigKleib34 – otherwise known as Jesse Kleiber – decided to make the holidays a little brighter for some children around Center City Philadelphia just before Christmas.
I haven’t seen one of these kits out in the wild yet so I thought these photos would be worth sharing.
What we are looking at is a 2016 Corvette Stingray with the Arctic White ground effects kit from Genuine Corvette Accessories.
My three sons have always loved playing with remote control Corvettes, going back to the days of the C5, continuing through the C6 and C7.
The bigger the car, the better, they always told me.
Well, they are absolutely in love with the latest remote control Corvette I found them.
“Cool, dad!” was their first response.
One of our favorite Corvettes from last month’s Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals was a fabulous 1965 365 hp black on black 1965 big tank coupe. You may not recognize it now, but it’s the same black on black big tank car we first brought you last summer from Bloomington Gold.
Back then the car was shown in all of its unrestored glory. Years of rust, dirt, and grime covered every inch of the car. It wore big fat fender flares on all four corners and an interesting home center mount exhaust exited the car out back.
Well, this is it! Our final Midyear Monday photo gallery for 2015 features 36 Corvettes built in the mid-1960s – hence the “midyear” moniker which has stuck for all these years.
I’d like to send out a round of thanks to those of you who submitted photos of their beloved Sting Rays for this post. I appreciated the response as it’s a great way to see some of our readers’ rides!