We’ve closed the hood on the 2016 edition of the annual Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals (MCACN) held in Chicago. As we’ve come to expect, the show was a diverse and amazing collection of collectable cars from all manufacturers.
Our friend Rick “Corvette” Conti of Coughlin Chevrolet has sent us the long-awaited digital version of the newly released 2017 Corvette brochure from Chevrolet.
The digital PDF brochure can be viewed and downloaded here.
Check out the stunning photos as well as many options showing how you can configure your dream Corvette.
We love this quote from Chief Engineer Tadge Juechter which introduces the newest Corvette to the lineup, the 2017 Corvette Grand Sport:
And then there were three. The seventh-generation Corvette comes into full realization in 2017 with the return of the Grand Sport, joining Stingray and Z06. It’s a matter of always raising expectations by never standing still.
Searching for the perfect gifts for the Corvette enthusiasts on your holiday gift-giving list? Our friends at Corvette America have just mailed out their 2016 Holiday Catalog, filled with Corvette accessories, apparel and great gift ideas. Included in the catalog is special offer just for the Holiday Season!
Plus, from now until January 2, 2017, purchase a Corvette America Gift Certificate and you get an Extra 10% added to the certificate’s value. Give the gift that gives 110%, give a Corvette America Gift Certificate to that lucky someone this holiday season.
Visit Corvette America’s App page to view the 2016 Holiday Catalog now or download Corvette America’s FREE App to access to all of Corvette America’s current catalogs.
We’re back from the Windy City ready to kick off a short work week, but before we start daydreaming about turkey, stuffing, and pumpkin pie we need to take our weekly time out to celebrate 1963-1967 Corvettes.
We spent last weekend at the Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals (MCACN) in Chicago. We’ll have oodles of show coverage over the next several days so let’s get things kicked off with some of the great midyear Corvettes we peeped at the show over the last couple of days.
From the Barn Finds to the Class of 1966 to the Triple Diamond display we’ve got you covered with all 5 model years of midyear production. No matter what you’re interested in we’ve probably got that in our gallery below. We’ve got coupes, convertibles, big blocks, small blocks, pristine restored cars, and even a few dirty old barn fresh cars too.
This 1954 Corvette is on its way back to life after sitting in a garage for the past 40 years.
Richard Helverson bought the car in 1961 in Florida, bringing it back to his home in Des Moines, Iowa.