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[VIDEO] We’re Digging this New Callaway SC757 Corvette Z06 Known as the 811 Car

[VIDEO] We're Digging this New Callaway SC757 Corvette Z06 Known as the 811 Car


About five years ago, Paul Teutul Jr. of “American Chopper” fame collaborated with One Call Concepts (OCC) to build a custom motorcycle called the “811 Bike” that would be used promote the message of calling 811 before digging.

[VIDEO] The National Corvette Museum Tells How the Only 1983 Corvette was Saved

[VIDEO] The National Corvette Museum Tells How the Only 1983 Corvette was Saved


If you’re a Corvette enthusiast, and a C4 enthusiast in particular, you won’t want to miss this great new installment of the National Corvette Museum’s Heritage Series that offers the inside story at how the only 1983 Corvette still in existence came to survive.

Chevrolet Updates the 2017 Corvette Configurator with New Features

Chevrolet Updates the 2017 Corvette Configurator with New Features


Good news for those looking to buy a new 2017 Corvette.

Chevrolet has recently updated its “Build and Price” Configurator for all 2017 models including the Corvette Z06.

What Happens When the Numbers Don’t Match?

What Happens When the Numbers Don’t Match?
File Photo: CorvetteImages.com


We often post articles about Corvettes for sale on eBay, Craigslist, or other locations. In those posts we generally mention “matching numbers” and that prospective should do their due diligence before purchasing a car, especially when the prices for many Corvettes these days can run into the 6-figure range.

[ACCIDENT] C6 Corvette Goes Off Road to Avoid Out-of-Control Auto Transporter

[ACCIDENT] C6 Corvette Goes Off Road to Avoid Out-of-Control Auto Transporter
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The front of her car may be damaged, but the driver of an Atomic Orange 2009 Corvette coupe is likely just grateful she’s still alive to have the car repaired.

[GALLERY] Midyear Monday! (47 Corvette Photos)

[GALLERY] Midyear Monday! (47 Corvette Photos)


Happy Monday, Corvette lovers!

Here’s another stunning edition of our Midyear Monday gallery where we feature the 2nd generation of Corvettes that were produced during the middle years of the 1960s: 1963 to 1967.

Thanks again for the submissions as we are featuring a couple of rides this week from our readers. If you have C2 Corvette you would like to share, feel free to email it to [email protected].

If you have a favorite from this week’s Sting Ray gallery, let us know in the comments section below or hit us up on Twitter and Facebook.

Firefighters Extinguish the Flames after a C4 Corvette Explodes in Iowa

C4 Corvette Explodes in Iowa


A red C4 Corvette exploded behind a Waterloo, Iowa home Wednesday night, leaving the Chevy sports car badly damaged from front to back.

Report: Baby Boomers Getting Too Old for Corvettes

Report: Baby Boomers Getting Too Old for Corvettes


Are Baby Boomers finally getting too old for Corvettes?

That’s one takeaway from a story on Bloomberg.com that details falling sales for traditional sports cars like the Corvette, Camaro, and Mustang.

[VIDEO] Very Loud Custom Corvette from MCACN is a Teenage Boys Dream

[VIDEO] Very Loud Custom Corvette from MCACN is a Teenage Boys Dream


Hitting my teenage years in the mid-1970s, my dream car was always the latest Corvette.

In those days, we couldn’t even begin to imagine the whopping 650 horsepower of the current seventh-generation Z06, so we were overjoyed with each change made in the body of the C3, small though they may have been in retrospect.

Corvette Road Trip: Fort Lauderdale to Key West in a Stingray Convertible

Corvette Road Trip: Fort Lauderdale to Key West in a Stingray Convertible


Each summer Mrs. Motor City Bureau and I usually take trip somewhere sans kids for a few days to unwind and reconnect with each other. This year we chose to return to one of our favorite spots, Key West, Florida to celebrate our wedding anniversary and an unnamed milestone birthday.

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