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Grand Sport #002 Featured in Simeone Foundation Museum in Philly

For those of us who were wondering what became of the #002 Grand Sport Corvette following its failure to sell at RM’s Arizona auction earlier this year, we learned today the former racer has found a new home at one of the premiere automotive racing museums in the country, the Simeone Foundation Museum in Philadelphia.

1984 Corvette Crumpled in Winter Storm
Photo Credit: Colleen White / Watertown Daily Times

Michael P. Keegan returned to his Plank Road home in the town of Watertown on Wednesday to find his 1984 Corvette crumpled under two toppled maple trees. No one was injured or home at the time. The storm left 5,000 National Grid customers without power.


Source: Watertown Daily Times

Related: C4 Corvettes Damaged by Hurricane Ike Storm Hammers Corvettes at Carlisle

 

Mobil 1 Produces Web Videos Featuring the Corvette Racing Team
Photo Credit: Richard Prince

Mobil 1 synthetic motor oil has been factory filled in Corvettes since 1992 and when the Corvettes began racing in the American Le Mans Series, Mobil 1 has been there from the beginning as well. Check out these three videos featuring the drivers and crew of Team Corvette talking about sports car racing and Mobil 1.

Chance Mayfield walked out of the Broadway Barn honky-tonk in Nashville on a night in November 1970 and found that his Nassau Blue 1965 Corvette Convertible had been stolen. The Corvette was worth about $2,200 at the time of the theft. With no insurance, Mayfield thought the Corvette was gone forever. Fast forward to this summer when a Detective from the Scottsdale Arizona police department called Mayfield to tell him they located the classic sting ray after a routine inspection revealed the stolen car.

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