Well, the turkey and tryptophan hangover has lifted and we’re able once again to reflect on the goodness of the 2015 Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals held November 21st and 22nd in Chicago. We already took a look at some of the great C2’s on Midyear Monday and peeped all of the show’s other stunning Corvettes, but it now it’s time to take a look at the special Corvettes selected for this Corvette Legends Invitational.
If you’re a regular attendee of the custom hot rod shows like Detroit’s Autorama, you’ve probably heard Chuck Miller’s name before. Miller has been designing, building and customizing cars since the early 1960s. While he has slowed down in recent years, he was still named Autorama’s 2010 Builder of the Year and is a member of the Detroit Autorama Circle of Champions.
We recently came across one of Chuck Miller’s builds for sale on eBay – a 1971 Corvette SportWagon that’s listed by a seller in Norway.
A maroon 1976 Corvette that was supposedly washed away by floodwaters in Australia has apparently resurfaced.
That might normally be good news for the owner.
If you’ve got to be pulled over for speeding on the German Autobahn, then this one-off C7 Corvette is probably the best car to do it!
This silver and blue Stingray is part of a continuing effort by TUNE IT! SAFE! to promote safe and responsible tuning that meets all legal requirements.
Photo Credit: SuperChevy.com
Imagine you’re a Corvette enthusiast who has stumbled upon a barn-find 1957 Corvette. The car is stashed in a Milwaukee garage with about eight feet of junk piled on top. You say to owner, “Hey that’s a ’57 Vette!” and his reply is “Yeah, there’s two more.”
That Corvette enthusiast was a tow-truck operator named “Mike P.” who made the three-car barn find discovery when he was summoned to an old garage in Milwaukee to pick up a junked pickup truck.
We all know the C7 Corvette is a performance leader in the sports car world.
Now the light is shining – literally – on the Bowling Green, Ky., facility where the Stingray and Z06 are built.
General Motors is breaking ground this month at the Corvette assembly plant, where the largest solar installation by an automaker in Kentucky will be constructed.
At this year’s SEMA show, there was no bigger news for Corvette enthusiasts than the announcement of the Michelin Corvette Challenge racing series to be held at Spring Mountain Motor Resort and County Club. The series will feature entry level racers competiting in identical, track-ready Corvette Stingrays over the course of eight weekends at Spring Mountain.
While details were slim at the SEMA annoucement, we do have more details to share including the biggest question of all – what’s it going to cost?
The 2015 Corvette Dream Giveaway, where one lucky winner will take home a 2015 Corvette Z06 and a 1967 Corvette plus $50,000 for taxes, will be coming to an end soon. Will you be that lucky winner?
Click here to get your tickets for the Corvette Dream Giveaway. While your ticket purchase may win you two great Corvettes, know that your donation will help the New Beginning Children’s Home who provide long-term residential care for children who have been abandoned, abused or neglected.
Here’s good looking barn find Corvette that would give a rise to any automotive archeologist.
This Riverside Gold 1969 Corvette Stingray was recently unearthed in a barn where it had been stored since 1975. Under the hood of this Corvette convertible is the sought-after big block L71 which was the Tri-Power 427/435 V8 engine.