Tadge – after meeting him just one time at the National Corvette Museum, his personable demeanor makes you feel like you’ve known him for years – has been with General Motors for 37 years, long enough to see GM go from an arrogant “Apple Computer of its day” to an entity just struggling to survive to a company that has now reinvented itself and is making some of the best cars in the world.
Here’s another cool C7 Corvette Stingray with a simple but effective exterior mod and and we wanted to share the photos with our readers to gauge the reaction in this edition of Hot or Not.
It’s been said that the Corvette is one of automotive’s most recycled cars and while that may be the case, it’s still a bit sad to see a Corvette whose only future is destined to be chopped and shopped.
We found this barn find 1971 Corvette on eBay with no reserve and the current bid at $760.
If there was ever a manual about car shows, then this chapter would be titled “How to Take Over a Car Show”. And the pictures in that manual would show these two Forgiato Corvette Stingrays that visited the the DC Exotics Cars and Coffee event held at the end of September.
If you’ve ever been to a decent cars and coffee show, you know you can expect to see many exotic cars. But these two Stingray widebodies stole the show.
It’s actually pretty easy to make an exhaust loud, the trick is to make it loud and sound good, too.
That’s the word from Borla Performance Industries in a short video trailer that offers a look at the different kinds of sound available and shipping now for the non-NPP (two-valve) Corvette C7.
Will the Corvette be able to continue its winning ways in Road & Track’s Performance Car of the Year competition?
The 2014 Corvette Stingray Z51 captured the magazine’s first contest in 2013.
To be chosen for the contest, a car had to have significant updates over the previous year’s car (leaving out the BMW M3, Alfa 4C, and Nissan GT-R) and had to be at the top of the performance bracket (leaving out cars like the Mazda Miata). In addition, manufacturers of the Lamborghini Huracan and McLaren 675LT said they didn’t want to compete this year.
This is how we fight the case of the Monday’s here at CorvetteBlogger.com. We call it Midyear Monday and to celebrate, we feature a mega Midyear Monday gallery dedicated to the 2nd generation Corvettes produced between 1963-67.