Who would think just running over a large rock or a chunk of something very hard on a busy interstate would total a new car?
But that’s what happened to the owner of a 2017 Corvette Grand Sport, who reported his misfortune on Corvette Forum.
Imagine buying your brand new 454-equipped Corvette and then finding out that the annual insurance premium will be slightly less than 20% of the sales price. Now what do you do? Park it for 40+ years, naturally. That’s just what Jim Kevan did after bringing his shiny new roadster home. Today it shows just 967 miles on the odometer.
You want to know why NASA never sent a Corvette to the moon? Astronauts would have no reason to return to Earth.
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Just seconds before he crashed in a curve in May, the driver of a yellow C7 Corvette Z06 was doing 125 miles per hour, authorities say.
Knowing that, and seeing the mangled wreckage of the vehicle after it hit a tree, it’s amazing that 21-year-old driver Jiefu Gong of Ypsilanti, Michigan and his 17-year-old female passenger survived, with only broken bones!
Double chrome bumper C3 Corvettes aren’t getting any cheaper, but this one currently on Craigslist might provide someone with a more economical way to buy one.
When is a C6 Corvette more than the sum of its parts?
When it’s covered with a wrap to make it look like the legendary Lightning McQueen from the popular Cars movies.
As a follow-up to my first Hurricane Irma Update which was posted before the storm arrived, I wanted to share the good news about our experience now that it’s over.