You don’t know what you’ve been missing all these years, Senator!
Rand Paul, once a candidate for president of the U.S. and current senator of Kentucky, apparently had never had the pleasure of driving a Corvette until Friday.
There are some folks who prefer the look of a 1973 Corvette because it offers the best of both worlds.
Unlike the 1972, it has a urethane bumper on the front.
Unlike the 1974, it still has a chrome bumper on the back.
It’s always fun when two Bow-Ties go head to head at the track because in the end, there is no loser and the Chevy goes home victorious. Okay, we’re a bit biased here and we’ll always root for the Chevy wearing the crossed flags first.
Especially when the little brother looks a heck of a lot larger than the day he was delivered at the Chevrolet dealer.
It’s the last Friday in July and that means it’s time to celebrate Black Friday! Here’s a Corvette photo gallery featuring 42 black Corvettes for your viewing pleasure!
Valet Mode strikes again!
A Corvette owner got a surprise after checking the Performance Data Recorder video after taking his car in for service at a California dealership. Prior to dropping the car off, he engaged the Valet Mode on the Performance Data Recorder which then activates and records video every time the car is turned on.
This is a big week for many dealers as the new 2017 Corvettes have started arriving at dealerships across the country. Our friends at the World’s Largest Corvette dealership – Kerbeck Corvette in Atlantic City, NJ – are showing off some of the first arrivals for the 2017 Corvette Grand Sports fresh from Bowling Green.
The new Corvettes still have to go through the PDI process which cleans and preps the cars for the customer. In the case of the Grand Sports, that also means dealer installation of the aerodynamics packages.
Law enforcement officers are getting a bad rap these days.
And an Albuquerque businessman is tired of it.