I can be pretty bad about celebrating when our website receives awards and praise within the industry. I’ve always maintained that our focus is on the car first. But when instances like this arise when we do receive a cool acknowledgement or two for our efforts, if I don’t blow that horn, who will?
Um No. Please No!
Instead, support his Corvette hobby and learn to enjoy the benefits of Corvette ownership like long cruises with the top down, participating in a Corvette show or even taking a visit the Corvette Museum. There’s a reason they come with two seats!
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Will somebody really buy a fancy electric C7 Corvette for $750,000?
Genovation is hoping so as it aims to deliver 75 of the all-electric Corvette conversions, named GXE (Genovation Extreme Electric) for that much loot.
Come out and see nearly 200 of the most unique Corvettes, Muscle Cars and Exotics. The Open House will be held 10am to 5pm at the Lingenfelter Car Collection in Brighton, MI.
Donations will be accepted at the door. Proceeds from the event will benefit The Pink Fund.
Visit the Lingenfelter Car Collection for more.
It’s time for Throwback Thursday where we feature vintage photos of Corvettes. Here’s a great line up of Corvettes on display at a car show in 1968.
The teams will meet at Road Atlanta for the first-ever IMSA-sanctioned testing, which will help each manufacturer finalize its single tire selections for the entire 2017 WeatherTech SportsCar Championship season.
Hot off the presses, Zip has just released newly updated restoration and aftermarket catalogs for C1, C2 and C3 Corvette owners and enthusiasts. Each generation-specific catalog includes more than 100 full color pages devoted to the best classic Corvette parts on the market.