Corvette Repair’s Kevin Mackay has restored a few famous L88 Corvettes over the years and like any artist, he likes to show off his work. When he came across a 1969 L88 Corvette languishing at a machine shop, he knew he wanted to do something completely different to showcase the work he and his Valley Stream, NY shop is famous for. That plan called for creating a fully functional street legal L88 – with no body.
How would you like to own a classic Corvette and not be allowed to drive it because of the special way it’s painted?
That’s the problem a South Australia man faces because his 1970 Corvette – once owned by country music star Jeannie C. Riley of “Harper Valley PTA” fame – is decorated with tasteful blue stripes and small stars.
Restoring your Corvette’s interior is one of the fastest and easiest ways to make your car look new again. And face it, if your midyear Corvette still has the original seats, they probably sag and don’t provide the support like they used to when they were new. To help take some of the mystery out of restoring your seats, Corvette America has created several year-specific videos that will take you step-by-step through the process.
If you’re looking for a performance boost for your Corvette Z06 that’s out of the ordinary, then Fastlane out of Houston, Texas may have the answer for you.
Fastlane vows to be not only Houston’s biggest and baddest tuner shop, but they have also been building muscle cars and trucks for nearly 15 years, according to their website.
The shop’s latest effort is a C6 Z06 Rear Mount Turbo Kit that features a 76mm Turbo on a stock Z06 motor.
A Corvette owner with a big heart has plans to make life better for sick and underprivileged kids.
After Patricia, his wife of 44 years, died in 2009, Eugene Nagowski decided to honor her memory by doing nice things for other people. Already, he’s made donations to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital for medical care and expenses of families staying there for treatment.
But, as the fun-loving owner of a 2010 Corvette, Nagowski decided there would be no better way to spread a little joy than setting up an endowment at the National Corvette Museum, to allow underprivileged kids a chance to spend a day there enjoying the world’s greatest sports car.
The folks at ProCharger definitely know a thing or two about winning.
The company says it was the first to bring supercharger systems and tuner kits for LS based Corvettes, first to bring mainstream usage of air to air intercoolers to centrifugal supercharging, and first to offer a gear-driven centrifugal supercharger with a self-contained oiling system.