When someone calls you up and offers you the keys to drive a classic 1965 Corvette big block, how can anybody say no to that offer? So this morning we drove over to St. Petersburg to meet Mark and Chris with the Dream Giveaway Garage, home of the Corvette Dream Giveaway.
Are you back to work but moving a bit slow after a full weekend of fun? We’ve got just the thing to pick you up faster than a shot of 5-hour energy! It’s our award-winning photo gallery known at Midyear Monday and this week we are featuring 49 Corvettes built between 1963-1967!
We’ve got a number of great Corvette photos for this week’s photo gallery so let us know which one is your favorite by letting us know in the comments and as always, please help us by sharing this page on Twitter and Facebook.
Do you have a C2 Corvette you would like to share? Feel free to email it to Keith@CorvetteBlogger.com.
The concept of the C6 Corvette ZR1 began essentially as a challenge thrown down to the Corvette design and engineering team which asked the question, “How much performance can we get out of a $100,000 Corvette?”
Turns out, it was quite a lot with the car coming in at 638 horsepower and a top speed over 200 mph!
The seventh generation Corvette has received award after award since its unveiling in January 2013.
Now the Corvette Assembly Plant in Bowling Green is sharing the glory, too.
Um No. Please No!
Instead, support his Corvette hobby and learn to enjoy the benefits of Corvette ownership like long cruises with the top down, participating in a Corvette show or even taking a visit the Corvette Museum. There’s a reason they come with two seats!
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Will somebody really buy a fancy electric C7 Corvette for $750,000?
Genovation is hoping so as it aims to deliver 75 of the all-electric Corvette conversions, named GXE (Genovation Extreme Electric) for that much loot.