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[ACCIDENT] Corvette Stingray Wacked by Dodge Durango in Four Car Pile Up

[ACCIDENT] Corvette Stingray Wacked by Dodge Durango in Four Car Pile Up


Here’s one way for a normally underdog Dodge Durango to win a “race” with a C7 Corvette Stingray.

After rear-ending this Blade Silver Corvette, the Durango just soared through the air and wound up in front of the Stingray in Highland Park, Ill., on Monday afternoon.

[VIDEO] Joe Rogan’s 1965 Corvette Restomod Visits Jay Leno’s Garage

[VIDEO] Joe Rogan's 1965 Corvette Restomod Visits Jay Leno's Garage


Take a look at this episode of Jay Leno’s Garage when fellow comedian Joe Rogan comes calling in his super-cool 1965 Corvette restomod.

Besides being a comedian, Rogan, of course, served as host of “Fear Factor” for years and has a gig as a UFC commentator (fitting since he’s a tae kwon do champion).

Today in Corvette History: GM Receives Registered Trademark for the Corvette

Today in Corvette History: GM Receives Registered Trademark for the Corvette


Did you know that the federal government’s patent and trademark office had an official twitter feed? Of course they do. But I just found out this afternoon thanks to a tweet from the USPTO which enlightened us on a little bit of Corvette history that occurred on this day in Year 1. It seems today is the official anniversary of Corvette’s registered trademark.

[VIDEO] Regular Car Reviews Asks ‘Which Corvette is Best Corvette’ at Carlisle?

[VIDEO] Regular Car Reviews Asks 'Which Corvette is Best Corvette' at Carlisle?


Mr. Regular attended last weekend’s Corvettes at Carlisle show with the expressed intention of finding out which Corvette is the best Corvette at the show. If you’ve watched any of the previous Regular Car Reviews, you will know you are in for a treat.

Picking the best Corvette from the thousands of Corvettes on display at the Carlisle fairgrounds can be a daunting task. But as a celebrity judge for the show, Mr. Regular gets right to work in trying to determine which Corvette is the the best Corvette before eventually picking a Marlboro Maroon 1965 Corvette convertible as his choice.

[PICS] C6 Corvette Owner Hacks His Car By Adding C7 Corvette Headlights

[PICS] C6 Corvette Owner Hacks His Car By Adding C7 Corvette Headlights


Okay, when I first heard that someone had transplanted the C7 Corvette’s high intensity LED lights onto a widebody C6 Corvette, I was a bit skeptical. But after seeing photos of the C6 with the grafted C7 headlights, I am totally sold on this mod.

August 2015 Corvette Sales

August 2015 Corvette Sales


It’s the first of the month and today General Motors reported the sales report from August 2015. For the month, GM sold 2,725 Corvettes for a 1.7% gain over sales of 2,679 Corvettes during the same month in 2014. For the Calendar Year to Day (CYTD), a total of 23,826 Corvettes have been delivered between January and the end of August. This is 1.5% ahead of where we were last year with 23,483 Corvettes delivered.

[GALLERY] Midyear Monday – Corvettes at Carlisle Edition (50 Corvette photos)

[GALLERY] Midyear Monday - Corvettes at Carlisle Edition (50 Corvette photos)


We’re on to another Monday already and that means it’s time for another patent-pending Midyear Monday photo gallery. Since we just returned home from Corvettes at Carlisle, this week we’re featuring only C2’s spotted in Carlisle last weekend. There were hundreds of 1963-1967 Corvettes scattered throughout the show and we captured our favorites for your perusal below. Stay tuned here as we’ll bring you even more from Carlisle throughout the week.

Don’t see one of your favorites from the 2015 Corvettes at Carlisle show? Post it up on our Twitter and Facebook pages. Then share this page on your own Facebook or Twitter.

Purple People Eater Corvette Racer Heading to Barrett-Jackson’s Scottsdale Auction

Purple People Eater Corvette Racer Heading to Barrett-Jackson's Scottsdale Auction


One of the most famous Corvette race cars in history will go on the auction block at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale 2016 set for Jan. 23-31.

The Purple People Eater Corvette – which was driven by Florida-based driver Jim Jeffords, who singlehandledly ended the West Coast’s domination of Corvette racing late in the 1950s – was discovered by legendary Corvette enthusiast Chip Miller, founder of what is now Carlisle Events, and Ken Heckert, a restoration shop owner, in the mid-1970s.

[ACCIDENT] Two Corvettes Damaged after Car Crashes Into Dealership

[ACCIDENT] Two Corvettes Damaged after Car Crashes Into Dealership


A car crash early Monday morning resulted in damage to two Corvette Stingrays parked outside a car dealership in Nashville.

Police say a driver in his 40s was taken to an area hospital with minor injuries but they do not suspect drugs or alcohol was a factor in the crash.

[PIC] The Corvette American Flag Flies Again at Corvettes at Carlisle

[PIC] The Corvette American Flag Flies Again at Corvettes at Carlisle


Today at Corvettes at Carlisle, the giant hill that usually is home to Corvette club parking was instead awash in a sea of Red, White and Blue Corvettes as Corvettes at Carlisle replicated one of their most well known displays – the Corvette American Flag.

A total of 156 Corvettes were used to make the American Flag. Seven rows of red Corvettes alternated with six rows of white Corvettes while 35 Corvettes made up the blue sea with white balloons simulating the stars. A pole of silver Corvettes anchors the flag while two gold Corvettes do service as the Eagles on top of the pole.

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