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1953 Corvette No. 198 to be Featured at Mecum’s Dallas Sale

1953 Corvette No. 198 to be Featured at Mecum's Dallas Sale


A 1953 Corvette that became just the second first-year model to earn Bloomington Gold SURVIVOR status will be on the auction block at the Mecum Auction in Dallas set for Sept. 16-19.

This Corvette, the 198th ever made, comes from the Dean Klein Collection. No other details were available, but the SURVIVOR ranking means that the car passed stringent requirements at Bloomington, including remaining at least 50 percent unrestored or altered in any way.

Corvette Museum Begins Work on a Noise Berm for the Motorsports Park

Corvette Museum Begins Work on a Noise Berm for the Motorsports Park


Much news has been made about the National Corvette Museum’s problems with the Warren County code enforcement board after local residents complained about the noise coming from the Motorsports Park race track. Through it all, the NCM has largely been quiet while lawyers and sound engineers have gone to work on their behalf.

[PICS] 2016 Corvette Z06 in New Long Beach Red

[PICS] 2016 Corvette Z06 in New Long Beach Red


As we continue to show off examples of the new 2016 options, here is one of the first production Corvettes to wear the new Long Beach Red. The new color just started production a couple weeks back and our friend Rick “Corvette” Conti at Coughlin Chevrolet was among the first dealers to get a Corvette Z06 with the new color.

Corvette Racing’s 2016 C7.R Getting Ready for FIA Performance Tests in France

Corvette Racing's 2016 C7.R Getting Ready for FIA Performance Tests in France


While the Corvette Racing team would like more time for testing, officials are confident that the second-generation C7.R will perform well at its on-track debut next month.

[VIDEO] Kelley Blue Book Reviews the Red Hot Corvette Z06

[VIDEO] Kelley Blue Book's Reviews the Hot Corvette Z06


Kelley Blue Book is out with their review of the 2015 Corvette Z06 and the results are mixed. Actually, most of the review is very good news for Chevrolet as the car gets put through its paces and seems to deliver in every way. But at the end, we hear the overheating problem has reared its ugly head on what looks to be a mild 80 degree day in California.

Holden Could Get the C6 Corvette ZR1’s LS9 for its Commodore Flagship

Holden Could Get the C6 Corvette ZR1's LS9 for its Commodore Flagship


The Corvette ZR1 may live on in the Land Down Under – or at least its legendary powerplant.

While production of the C6 Corvette ZR1 came to a close at the end of the 2013 model year, General Motors reportedly has a limited supply of its 638-horsepower engines that could still end up under the hood of the final Commodore flagship.

[GALLERY] Midyear Monday (29 Corvette photos)

[GALLERY] Midyear Monday (29 Corvette photos)


How about a Midyear Monday gallery to start off the week? The second generation Corvette Sting Rays produced from 1963 to 1967 rank among some of the most popular Corvettes in the hobby. Here’s a mega gallery featuring 29 Corvettes made in the mid-sixties, hence the nickname midyear.

What’s your favorite Corvette in this week’s gallery? Let us know and be sure to share this page on Twitter and Facebook.

Ron Fellows Performance Driving School Named Official Driving School of Corvette Funfest

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If your summer plans include taking in Corvette Funfest at Mid America Motorworks, make sure you stop and say hi to the guys from the Ron Fellows Performance Driving School at Spring Mountain.

[VIDEO] Michigan Man’s Tearful Reunion With His Old 1977 Corvette

[VIDEO] Michigan Man's Tearful Reunion With His Old 1977 Corvette
Photo Credit: Abbie Tiption


What goes around comes around.

In this case, it was this 1977 Corvette that Richard Tipton of Owosso, Mich., had sold way back in 1987 after deciding it wasn’t a “family vehicle,’ an important consideration since his wife Anne was expecting twins at the time.

Corvette Racing at VIR: Still in the Running for GTLM Titles

Corvette Racing at VIR: Still in the Running for GTLM Titles


Hard-fought, GT-only race in team’s eighth TUDOR Championship event

DANVILLE, Va. (Aug. 23, 2015) – Corvette Racing remains in the hunt for the GT Le Mans (GTLM) championship in the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship following the Oak Tree Grand Prix on Sunday at Virginia International Raceway.