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Corvette Delivery Dispatch with National Corvette Seller Mike Furman for Apr. 2nd

Corvette Delivery Dispatch with National Corvette Seller Mike Furman for Mar. 26th


Each week, Criswell Chevrolet’s Mike Furman delivers new Corvette Stingrays, Grand Sports and Z06s to his customers who come from all parts of the country to work with the nation’s top Corvette seller.

In this week’s Delivery Dispatch, Mike starts with mentioning one of his many attributes that makes him successful in the world of automotive sales. Of course we will see photos of some of the new Corvette deliveries Mike did over the week. Mike shows off the #456 Grand Sport Convertible Collector Edition currently for sale and why he thinks the CE Convertibles are poised to be a hit with collectors. As always, Mike shares a great variety of throwbacks, vintage photos and barn finds.

You can follow his deliveries on his facebook page, CorvetteFurman.

Sunday Morning Corvette Comic: You Don’t Want to Hurt Her Self Esteem, Right?

Sunday Morning Corvette Comic: You Don't Want to Hurt Her Self Esteem, Right?


Thanks for indulging us yesterday as we celebrated with anApril Fool’s Day theme. We bumped the Saturday Morning Corvette Comic until this morning.

Today’s Corvette cartoon reminds us that sometimes kids the darnedest things…Even kids can recognize that a Corvette is way cooler than a minivan. But seriously Dad, you don’t want her self-esteem, right? Sounds to me like this is the opportunity you’ve been waiting for!

You can browse more of our Corvette comics here!


Source:
JerryKing.com

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Corvette: A Lightly Armed, Fast Ship Ranging in Size Between a Destroyer and a Gunboat

Corvette: A Lightly Armed, Fast Ship Ranging in Size Between a Destroyer and a Gunboat


Our April Fools Day website makeover is dedicated to Myron Scott, an assistant director in Chevrolet’s public relations department when the the two-door fiberglass sports car we know today as the the Corvette was being developed. In 1953, a special committee was formed to find a name for the new Chevrolet sports car. The company wanted a name that began with the letter “C” and a review of over 300 names began.

Doug Fehan Needs Our Help in Supporting Vets and Pets

Doug Fehan Needs Our Help in Supporting Vets and Pets


While at the Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring, Corvette Racing’s Doug Fehan talked about a cause that he was supporting that helps disabled veterans and animal rescues. Doug has always been there for the fans so I wanted to pass this info along.

[GALLERY] Black Friday! (45 Corvette photos)

[GALLERY] Black Friday! (45 Corvette photos)


Can you believe that 2017 is already 25% over? This year is going by faster than a Corvette Z06 driving on the autobahn! Today is the final day of March and since it falls on a Friday, that’s our opportunity to run a Black Friday photo gallery!

Today’s photo gallery features 45 Corvette images with all seven Corvette generations represented.

Our cover image of the triple black Corvette Grand Sport comes from a CorvetteBlogger reader. If you would like to see your black Corvette in a future Black Friday photo gallery, email your photos to keith@corvetteblogger.com.

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.

Dive Into the Production Details of the 43 Pilot Cars built for the 1983 Corvette

Dive Into the Production Details of the 43 Pilot Cars built for the 1983 Corvette


Only 43 Corvettes were built with a 1983 VIN sequence. Sadly, all were destroyed – except one. The survivor car is VIN 023, a White car with Blue interior, now at the National Corvette Museum. But, what were the exterior and interior colors of the 42 destroyed cars? Were any built with RPO Z51? Did any have RPO FE7 Gymkhana Suspension or RPO F51 Heavy Duty Shocks? Which of them were not considered pilot cars? Did all cars have the same build-order input date?

Let’s investigate some historical facts of the 1983 Corvette.

Zip Corvette Parts Offering $50 Rebate on CORSA Exhaust Systems

Zip Corvette Parts Offering $50 Rebate on CORSA Exhaust Systems


Change your Corvette’s sound with an aftermarket exhaust system from CORSA performance Exhausts and our friends at Zip Corvette Parts. Through the month of April when you purchase a qualifying exhaust system for your Corvette, you’ll receive a $50 rebate.

[PICS] Throwback Thursday: 1967 Corvette L88 Sunray DX Wins the 12 Hours of Sebring

[PICS] Throwback Thursday: 1967 Corvette L88 Sunray DX Wins the 12 Hours of Sebring


It’s time again for Throwback Thursday where we feature vintage photos of Corvettes. Today’s feature takes a look back at the golden anniversary of the mighty L88 Corvette’s first win in racing which occured on April 1, 1967 at the 12 Hours of Sebring.

Almost fifty years ago to the date, a 1967 L88 Corvette fielded by the Sunray DX Motorsports team with drivers Dave Morgan and Don Yenko would finish 1st in GT and 10th overall at the 12 Hour classic.

New Orleans Police Need Help to Find the Driver of this Custom Corvette

New Orleans Police Need Help to Find the Driver of this Custom Corvette


An out-of-the-ordinary C6 Corvette is the subject of a hunt by New Orleans police.

The driver of the gray convertible – which has distinctive lights on its rotors that light up the chrome on each wheel – is being sought after he allegedly pointed a gun at a bar security worker in the 7th Ward on the night of Friday, March 24.

Lingenfelter Partnering with Arrow with Upgrade their Semi-Autonomous Corvette Z06

Lingenfelter Partnering with Arrow with Upgrade their Semi-Autonomous Corvette Z06


Over the last few years we’ve been following the story of Arrow Electronics’ semi-autonomous Corvette Z06 and racer Sam Schmidt. First Schmidt, a quadriplegic former IndyCar racer, piloted the car to 152mph at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, next he ran the historic Pikes Peak Hillclimb, and finally he became the first person in the US to be granted a driver’s license for an autonomous vehicle.

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