If there had to be one model of Corvette to represent them all, this 1969 Greenwood L88 with its iconic red, white and blue paint job would be as good a choice as any.
And now it can be yours from Fusion Luxury Motors in California.
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Tough Times Call for Tough Measures
During the weekend of September 23-24, 2016, the Prescott Vette Sette Corvette Club hosted the 10th Annual Historic Prescott Corvette Show in Prescott, AZ., sponsored by Lamb Chevrolet and the Prescott Tire Pros.
Over 250 classic and new Corvettes were on display and thanks to a our new facebook friend Mark Russell, we have some photos to share from the event.
Those that have been to the IMSA races and witnessed Corvette Racing in action have seen the amount of work and dedication it takes to pull off a successful race week.
While at the races, fans are able to watch the team work from the moment when the Corvette C7.Rs are off-loaded from the trailers to the waving of the checkered flag.
But what happens after the team’s garage (aka Doug’s Golf Dome) is deflated and the C7.Rs head back to Michigan? Our friends at Mobil 1 The Grid went behind the scenes at Pratt & Miller to find out.
Patience is a virtue.
Just ask this retired businessman from Florida.
Lee Snell was just days away from getting his beloved 1961 Corvette that’s been under restoration for literally decades when disaster struck suddenly in the closing stages of work on Tuesday morning.