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Corvette Sales Spotlight: Prestige Motor Car Company in Clifton, NY

This week we shine our Corvette Sales Spotlight on our friends Joe and Sunday Verrillo’s full service Corvette dealership in Clifton Park, NY called Prestige Motor Car Company.

For over 30 years, Prestige Motor Car has been serving the Corvette community by offering outstanding classic and pre-owned Corvettes for sale as well as a full service department that can help keep your Corvette running in top condition.

Prestige Motor Car also performs award-winning restorations that have graced magazine covers and won NCRS Top Flights, Bloomington Gold certifications and the Triple Diamond Award.

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[GIF] When in Doubt…Burnout!

by Keith Cornett on June 27, 2014

When in Doubt...Burnout!

From our Corvette Images Tumblr comes this awesome GIF from Discovery Channel’s Fast N Loud featuring a 1967 doing some 360s in the middle of the road. I can only wonder what the people in the minivan were thinking after seeing that.

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Mystery and Intrigue Surround Don McNamara's 2,996-Mile 1967 Corvette

If you’re a Corvette enthusiast, you’ve no doubt heard about the mysterious McNamara Corvette.

Here, though, are much more details you may not have heard about the owner of that special 1967 427/390 Sting Ray, Robert McNamara, coming from the few people who knew him best.

The details make the story of the McNamara Corvette that much more intriguing.

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[VIDEO] C2 Corvette Sting Ray: Terrestrial Spaceship

by Keith Cornett on June 22, 2014

Via CorvetteVideos.TV

Here’s a great review of the 1967 Corvette Sting Ray (and a healthy dose of classic Corvette history) from XCAR:

The C2 Corvette was the first to have the Stingray name (or Sting Ray as it was then). We take a pristine 1967 model out for a spin to see why it was the car of choice for the coolest men on the planet.

Visit CorvetteVideos.TV for the best selection of hand-picked Corvette videos.

 

Via CorvetteVideos.TV

Jamboolio records a stunning 1967 Chevrolet Corvette C2 Sting Ray Resto Mod with the 7.0-liter 427 cid Big-Block Tri-Power V8 engine. Here’s some detail shots and driving scenes of this classic American muscle car with loud exhaust and V8 sound, enjoy!

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The BLOCK Features Roberto Berdiels 1967 Corvette Vintage Racer

Here’s a 1967 Corvette that could have been perfectly content to be a show car.

It was a showroom gem when longtime Corvette enthusiast Roberto Berdiel of San Juan, Puerto Rico bought it.

But that wasn’t his ultimate vision for the car. He just wanted it to serve as the foundation for a wild C2 racer, and, wow, what a job Roberto and his team did, so good in fact that the Stingray was recently chosen as The BLOCK Feature Car.

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[VIDEO] 1967 Corvette Sting Ray Restomod

by Keith Cornett on June 10, 2014

Via CorvetteVideos.TV

If you’re going to restomod a 1967 Corvette Sting Ray, make sure it has a 7.0L LS7 and lays down over 638 horsepower like this sweet Corvette!

Visit CorvetteVideos.TV for the best selection of hand-picked Corvette videos.

 

Blue Chip 1967 L88 Corvette to be Featured at Mecum Auction in Seattle

Now that Mecum has wrapped up their 27th Annual Spring Classic in Indianapolis, Corvette enthusiasts are looking forward to the latest addition to Mecum’s already extensive schedule of collector car auctions, this one in Seattle. And the reason for the anticipation is that one of the “bluest” of blue chip Corvettes will cross the block on Saturday June 14th, one of only twenty 1967 L88′s ever produced. Rarely do these special Corvettes ever change hands and when they do a world’s record price is usually at risk of being broken.

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1967 McNamara Corvette Sells for $725K at Mecum

Enthusiasts were treated to three days of excitement last week when Mecum presented their second major collector car auction of 2014, April 10th through the 12th in Houston.

The heavily promoted prototype Ford GT40 was hammered down at $7M and TV viewers got to see it on live TV. It was the highest price ever hammered down for an American car being broadcast on “live” TV. And though that was impressive, it was actually more exciting to watch former Viet Nam veteran Don McNamara’s pristine, 2997-mile Corvette hammered down for $725K ($797.5 including commissions). Along with the McNamara Corvette, Mecum sold 61 of the 101 Corvettes consigned, a strong sell through for Corvettes.

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Astronaut Neil Armstrong's 1967 Corvette Now On Display at the Kennedy Space Center
Photo: Malcolm Denemark/FLORIDA TODAY

The history of the space program is all around visitors to the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.

Last Wednesday, another kind of history – though still related to the space program – was on display in the Rocket Garden at the space center.

That’s when Merritt Island’s Joe Crosby brought one of the most historic Corvettes ever made so a group of Corvette Enthusiasts from the National Corvette Museum could see it first hand.

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