Back in January the National Corvette Museum gave away a brand new 2017 Corvette Grand Sport Collector Edition what was ultimately won by our new friend Ken Pauley. Now they’re giving away another Collector Edition Grand Sport in a couple weeks at The Bash event.
It’s not often that we report about a Corvette being stolen in jolly old England, since there aren’t very many over there.
A Corvette is more than just a car to many enthusiasts.
Tom Myers of Florida believed that Corvettes were special from the time he was a young boy and promised himself that he would one day have one of the beautiful sports cars himself.
The owner of a white 1977 Corvette found out the hard way about the dangers of leaving the keys inside the vehicle when you’re not around.
A surveillance camera captured the car minutes before it was stolen, as well as the prime suspect in the theft who is wearing a No. 21 or No. 27 jersey, but if someone can identify the man from that grainy photo, it would appear to be a miracle.
Two racing legends will finally have the chance to square off against one another, thanks to exciting new technology.
Sam Schmidt, who was paralyzed from the neck down while testing an Indy car 17 years ago, will meet Mario Andretti at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on May 13.
Chevrolet continues in the tradition of providing the best value for the performance with the Corvette and now we have the latest offerings for the 2018 model year. Each year the Corvette Team provides more ways to customize America’s favorite sports car so owners can set up their rides exactly how they want and the latest info continues that tradition.
Along with providing the information about the 2018 Corvettes in the official Corvette Order Guide, preliminary pricing for each of the models was also announced.
I’m not sure the last time that model pricing was announced before the bash, although the 2014 Corvette’s MSRP was announced the day of the Bash back in 2013. But looking through yesterday’s announcement of the 2018 Corvette Carbon 65 Edition was a fact sheet with the MSRP for each of the three models for 2018: Stingray, Grand Sport and Z06. The good news? Pricing is being increased by just $50 for each model.
Monday’s nearly over so let’s celebrate with our better-late-than-never weekly Midyear Monday photo gallery! Today’s gallery features 49 Corvettes built in the mid-1960s!
If you like our cover car for this week’s gallery, you can find it for sale over at our sister website, VetteFinders.com.
Thanks again to those that have submitted a photos of their Corvettes. If you want to see your Corvette featured on a future Midyear Monday gallery, just email a photo or two to [email protected] and we’ll add it to our archive.
We’re used to seeing 1978 Corvette Indy Pace Cars with just a few hundred miles on the clock, despite being nearly 40 years old now.
Those usually carry price tags in excess of $20,000, and we even found one with 2,712 miles where the dealer was asking $35,995.
Sometimes you don’t even have to be driving your Corvette for something bad to happen to it.
That was the case last Sunday in Vicksburg, Mississippi, where the rear end of a C6 Grand Sport Corvette was damaged when a retaining wall in an adjacent parking garage collapsed onto it.