Now comes word that the NCM is also offering kart rides on their new karting track.
The Dog Days of Summer are upon us!
Normally on Sunday mornings, we wake up to a new Delivery Dispatch from Mike Furman at Criswell Chevy. But he’s on vacation this weekend and so we’re reaching back in time to a post he did on the Corvette Forum back in early 2015 featuring Corvettes and Pets!
We added a few more photos found on the web so check out this special Sunday photo gallery featuring these four-legged Corvette fans and ask yourself, whose a good dog today!
The boss got a new Corvette and now we’re all paying the price…literally!
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Here’s a great story from the National Corvette Museum.
Darren Pickren is a 19 year-old college student studying mechanical engineering at Mercer University in Macon, GA. After graduating hopes to snag a job in the auto industry. In addition to being a Corvette nut like the rest of us, he is also a stellar student, having found a place on the President’s List. His mom, Amy, had even purchased a 1981 Corvette for him to work on in his spare time.
The final 2018 Corvette to be built on what we will now refer to as the Corvette factory’s “old assembly line” was completed on Thursday afternoon. It was a 2018 Non-Z51 Corvette Stingray Coupe in Torch Red.
The dismantling of the assembly line began almost immediately after the Stingray was driven off the line.
Speed and alcohol are being blamed for the crash of a 1977 Corvette over the weekend that left two men injured.
The single-vehicle accident occurred around 3:45 p.m. on Saturday in the area of the Walpole Transfer Station in Walpole, New Hampshire, and forced that section of the road to be closed for several hours while the scene was investigated.
Drifter Diago Saito is in total control of this C6 Corvette Z06 as it does donuts around a random dude while a Ferrari sits off to the side, oblivious to the mayhem unfolding in from of him.