One of the happiest places on earth is opening its doors for charity next weekend. The Lingenfelter Collection’s annual Spring Open House will take place on Saturday, April 29th from 10am – 5pm. Prior to the event, from 9am – 10am, attendees can partake in a detailing seminar conducted by Adam’s Polishes.
Monday’s are particularly hard when they follow a three-day weekend, but when you got a photo gallery of C2 Corvettes to look forward to, it makes the recovery all that much easier.
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 [email protected] and we’ll add it to our archive.
Kevin Cullinane, 54, of New Boston, N.H., was arrested and charged by Manchester police with conduct after an accident, operating under the influence of drugs, and reckless operation. Goffstown Police said charges are pending in their town, too.
When I was a kid growing up, the Easter Bunny ranked second only to the Big Man from the North Pole as a bringer of gifts. Let’s hope the Easter Bunny can make your dreams come true this year.
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Earlier this morning, we showed how GM has named the new Carbon 65 blue caliper color as “ZR1 Blue” in the dealer’s order system, and we speculated that the blue calipers are a harbinger for the 2018 Corvette ZR1.
Our friend Rick Conti saw that data earlier and posted the info on his website. We don’t have access to the GM’s order system, but luckily some others heard about this and after more investigation, the RPO R8E “Gas guzzler Tax, ZR1” was also spotted in the order system.
We’ve all see the spy photos of the 2018 corvette ZR1 but it’s still remarkable that people ask me if I think its really coming. Like the pictures of the car aren’t proof enough. But longtime Corvette watchers are seeing signs that the “King Of the Hill Corvette may be close to making its return.
It’s all about the details.
It’s not often that we report about a Corvette being stolen in jolly old England, since there aren’t very many over there.