It’s not often we come across a Callaway Corvette on Craigslist and when we do, they are never priced as low as this. Too good to be true? Let’s take a look.
From humble beginnings of five cars stuffed into a three-car garage, the Lingenfelter Collection has grown into an amazing collection of 150-plus unique cars in a 40,000-square-foot space.
This morning, General Motors issued their final sales report for the 2015 calendar year. In December 2015, Chevrolet sold 2,453 Corvettes for a decline of -30.9% over the 3,552 Corvettes sold in December 2014. For the calendar year, a total of 33,329 Corvettes were delivered to new owners which was a -4.3% decline from the 34,839 Corvettes delivered during all off 2014.
Happy New Year, Corvette lovers!
After a couple weeks of food, fun and family (and some Kentucky Bourbon!), it’s time to get back to the business of Corvettes and for me, the second generation is a great place to be. Here’s our first Midyear Monday photo gallery for 2016 and to celebrate, I even added a photo of my 1966 Corvette. You should be able to guess which one it is…
If you’d like to see your 1963-1967 Corvette featured here, feel free to send me a photo and we’ll see about posting it. The response has been good so far and as always, I appreciate your feedback.
We wondered if the Performance Exhaust option on the C7 would shut out the aftermarket since both exhaust systems available on the new Corvette Stingray sound so awesome.
Well, wonder no more.
Photo Credit: CorvetteImages.com
Everyone is excited when they first grab the keys and drive their brand new car home.
Go back and talk to those people in a few months, though, and that’s how you will find the true test of a vehicle’s popularity.