Last week, IMSA released the latest Balance of Performance tables for all classes participating in the
We’ve seen a few diesel-powered Corvettes in our time here but I don’t think we’ve seen one attack the quarter mile this quickly.
This Orange 1968 Corvette Coupe won’t be making any friends with green crowd as it belches black smoke out of the sidepipes on its way to a 11.88 second quarter mile at 129 mph!
The Chevrolet Engineering Research Vehicle known as CERV 1 is one of the most significant engineering examples from Zora Arkus-Duntov and his team and it’s considered the car from which the modern Corvette was born.
CERV 1 was Zora’s personal Corvette engineering test bed and it was used to develop the 1963 Sting Ray’s independant suspension and a host of other features. The transverse leaf-spring is the predecessor of the same design still being used on Corvettes today. With its 377 cubic inch OHV aluminum V8 engine, Zora drove the car to 206 mph at GM’s Milford Proving Grounds!
One of the Corvette world’s best known experts has died at age 84.
Noland Adams was a frequent contributor to many Corvette publications for many years and used his first-hand knowledge to write the “bibles” of Corvette restoration – Corvette Restoration & Technical Guide, Volume I, 1953-62, and Corvette Restoration & Technical Guide, Volume II, 1963-67.
Some owners love their Corvettes so much, it’s the only vehicle they will drive.
Besides, it’s not the first time a Corvette was used as a golf cart. Check out the exported 1955 Corvette that was used by King Leopold of Belgium as a fancy golf cart.
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These are good times for Corvettes – and good times for the National Corvette Museum, too.
Officials at the NCM reported this week that attendance climbed 3.5 percent in 2016, with 228,363 visitors making their way to the Bowling Green attraction. That attendance number was second only to the sinkhole-aided 2014 figures.
CorvetteBlogger.com has learned that the Bowling Green Assembly Plant, home of the Chevrolet Corvette, will be shutting down the production line for several months this summer and fall as the plant undergoes upgrades to its assemply line building process.
An official announcement from the plant is coming soon.
When there are only 20 1967 Corvette L88s built, we take notice whenever one comes available. Wednesday was once such moment as the Silver/Black 1967 L88 Convertible that was once part of the Silver L88 Trifecta collection was sold for $1.8 million at Worldwide’s Scottsdale auction.