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Corvette Values: 1998 Aztec Gold Corvette Coupe

by Keith Cornett on November 30, 2009

1998 Aztec Gold Corvette Coupe

GJ in Florida submitted this 1998 Corvette Coupe to Corvette Values:

1998 Corvette Coupe. VIN 1G1YY22G8W5109XXX. Rare RPO 58U Aztec Gold exterior paint, Light Oak leather interior and black dash. 345 hp LS1, automatic transmission, 35K Miles. Corvette is in Show condition. Documentation includes internal GM memos regarding Aztec Gold paint. Signed by Wil Cooksey. Multiple trophy winner, displayed at National Corvette Museum.

Find out how we valued this Corvette after the jump.

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[VIDEO] Tour of the National Corvette Museum

by Keith Cornett on November 23, 2009

The National Corvette Museum released a neat video that showcases all the exhibits and other interactive offerings. Included is a look at the Museum’s new expansion which was completed in time for the 15th Anniversary celebration this past Labor Day.

 

Five Questions with Corvette Racing’s Doug Fehan

by Keith Cornett on November 21, 2009

Five Questions with Corvette Racing's Doug Fehan
Photo Credit: John Thawley

Sports Car Insider recently had a chance to ask Corvette Racing’s Program Manager five questions covering both personal and business aspects of his life. One of my favorite questions is what would Doug be doing if he wasn’t involved in racing. Check out Sports Car Insider to see his answers.


Source:
Sports Car Insider

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[PICS] Building the Corvette ZR1′s LS9 V8 Engine

by Keith Cornett on November 19, 2009

Building the Corvette ZR1's LS9 V8 Engine

Autoblog had the rare opportunity to visit GM’s Performance Build Center in Wixom, Michigan where they worked along side master engine builder Mike Armstrong to assemble an LS9 engine. The PBC is unique to GM’s other engine assembly centers as each engine is assembled by hand from start to finish by a single engine builder as opposed to sending the engine down an assembly line where multiple workers add the same part over and over.

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Holiday Corvette Ideas: The 2/3 Scale 35 MPH C1 Classic Corvette

Looking for the ultimate Christmas gift for your junior Corvette enthusiast this year? Look no further than Hammacher Schlemmer’s 35 MPH Junior C1 Corvette. The 2/3 scale gasoline powered replica of a 1956 Corvette is an impressive recreation of the first Corvette to race at Sebring.

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V8TV hooks up with the team at Lingenfelter Performance Engineering at SEMA 2009 for an in depth talk about how to wring more power out of the new Corvette ZR1. LPE knows from experience as they tuned a Jetstream Blue ZR1 without modifying the stock LS9 to achive a quarter mile time of 10.02 at 138 mph!


Source:
Motorator

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Superformance Recreates Iconic Corvette Grand Sport

by Keith Cornett on November 16, 2009

Superformance Recreates Iconic Corvette Grand Sport

Southern California based Superformance LLC is best known for their realistic recreations of the Shelby Cobra and the Ford GT40. Teaming up with the Duntov Motor Company, they have recently been granted the production rights to recreate the coupe and convertible street version rollers of the iconic 1963 Corvette Grand Sport.

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[VIDEO] Nitrous Powered C6 Corvette Explodes at the Track

by Keith Cornett on November 11, 2009

Adding a Nitrous Oxide system to a Corvette is a quick and cheap way to get an additional 50 or 100 horses, but it comes with risks as one unlucky C6 Corvette owner found out.


Source:
The Examiner

 

1967 Corvette Original Kelsey Hayes Bolt-on Wheels

While rally wheels were standard equipment on the 1967 Corvette, there was an optional wheel offered for the final year of the Sting Ray. RPO N89 was designated as “Cast Aluminum Bolt-on Wheels” and 720 buyers selected the pricey option, adding an additional $263.30 to the invoice. Fast forward 40-some years and now an original set of Kelsey Hayes sells for big bucks. How big? How about $20,000!

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Corvette Furniture

The guys at CarCrazyDesks.com have found several new uses for the rear fascias of C5 and C6 Corvettes. Not only are they fabricating custom desks, but you’ll also find shelves, bars, liquor cabinets and my personal favorite, the Corvette barbeque grill. The desks have working lights and are available in different finished and colors. A great gift idea for sure, but it’s not cheap. Price for a C6 desk is $2300 with all the options. Check out the gallery after the jump.

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Source:
CarCrazyDesks.com

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