During Friday’s Presentation of the 2018 Corvette in front of the Grandstands at Corvettes at Carlisle, the Corvette Team’s Harlan Charles and Phil Minch introduced a new Corvette color that will replace the now retired Black Rose Metallic.
For those of us old enough to have been around back then, the unveiling of the fourth generation 1984 Corvette in 1983 was as big a deal as the C7 was to the younger folks in 2013.
While the performance may not be on a par with today’s models, the C4 generation nevertheless can be proud that it proudly carried the torch for America’s Sports Car and in their day the 1984 to 1996 models were as good or better than just about anything on the road back then.
Although there are still six days to go in the month, today is the last Friday of August and so here’s a Black Friday photo gallery featuring all seven generations of Corvettes wearing what we think is the greatest color ever put on America’s favorite sports car!
If you would like to see your black Corvette in a future Black Friday photo gallery, email your photos to [email protected].
Today’s photo gallery features 45 Corvette images. Do you have a favorite Corvette photo from this Black Friday photo gallery? Let us know in the comments section below or hit us up on Twitter and Facebook.
Our friend Jeremy was in Bowling Green this week for the Eclipse and offered us this photo showing the remaining 2018 Corvettes that are still parked behind the Bowling Green Assembly Plant.
Even though Corvette enthusiast Chip Miller isn’t with us physically anymore, he continues to have a positive effect on the world left behind.
Miller was known worldwide for his resilient positive attitude, his passion for Corvettes, his tremendous personal Corvette collection, and for creating the highly popular Corvettes at Carlisle show in Pennsylvania.
Bring a Trailer currently has this unique C6 Callaway Corvette coupe up for auction through Thursday, Aug. 24 at 5:30 p.m.
Garcia, Magnussen defending race-winners in No. 3 Corvette
DETROIT (Aug. 22, 2017) – It’s getting down to crunch time for Corvette Racing. With the end of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship season quickly approaching, endurance racing’s premier GT program hopes to tighten its grip on another GT Le Mans (GTLM) Driver’s and Manufacturer’s championship.