We’re starting to see some of the offerings that’ll be crossing the block in a couple of weeks at Barrett-Jackson’s inaugural Northeast auction. The all-new 3-day event takes place June 23rd through June 25th at the Mohegan Sun Hotel and Casino in Uncasville, CT.
In the mid-1970s, nobody had as big an impact on sports car racing than John Greenwood and his widebody Corvette racers. One of Greenwood’s Corvettes, the 1976 Spirit of Le Mans, will be one of three Corvettes featured in an “Americans at Le Mans” exhibit to be held next week at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Maybe we sold our ’97 Corvette too soon.
Take a look at this “brand new to the market” conversion kit from California Super Coupes that gives C5s the rear end look of a C7!
Sometimes it just doesn’t pay to flip somebody off.
Just ask a 54-year-old Howell Township, N.J., man who wound up crashing his 1988 Corvette after he flipped off another driver Monday.
About two dozen lucky Corvette enthusiasts will soon have a chance to go behind the scenes where few outsiders have ever been, thanks to an exciting National Corvette Museum program called Museum in Motion.
The Museum has gotten approval from General Motors for 25 enthusiasts to attend a program at the Warren Tech Center and Milford Proving Grounds, where each generation of Corvette has been invented, developed, tested, refined, and proven.