We’re not sure what to think about this 1980s Corvette spinoff.
Our first reaction is that a Corvette was attacked by a Buick Riviera and a Cadillac Eldorado, and this is their love child.
You might say Rick Hendrick loves being No. 1.
At least when it comes to owning collector cars.
Hendrick, of course, is well known for buying the first production models of new generations of Corvettes and Camaros, but last week he took a turn toward the No. 1s of the past, buying a trio of VIN 001 Collection of Corvettes from 1955, 1956, and 1957 for a cool $1.65 million during the Barrett-Jackson Auction in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Back in October we inquired, what’s the best blue to ever adorn a Corvette? 36% of you told us that the C7’s Laguna Blue is the top choice in a runaway vote. That poll met with an overwhelming response so we thought we’d ask again. With Daytona Sunrise Orange leaving the Corvette lineup for 2016 we thought we’d ask, what’s the best Corvette orange color?
Mecum Auctions have set up shop in Central Florida and they are currently in the middle of their annual 10-day stop in Kissimmee where they are offering 3,000 vehicles for sale which include more than 240 Corvettes.
A heavily modded C3 Corvette is a real mess after catching on fire Saturday morning in West Melbourne, Fla.
The once-sharp-looking silver Corvette, which had been modified with side skirts, a large rear spoiler, black window louvers, caught fire for unknown reasons on U.S. 192.
So you’ve probably heard that Monday, January 18th is officially known as “Blue Monday”, the saddest day of the year according to a scientist somewhere who arrived at the date based on a formula. We couldn’t disagree more with the whole idea, and to present our side of the equation, here is a special photo gallery featuring 37 Blue Corvettes from C1 to C7 Z06.
As a special treat, we’ve also included a video of a C1 blue Corvette helping to market a certain blue pill. See, lots of good stuff to get you excited on Blue Monday!
“That’s the weirdest sounding Corvette I’ve ever heard,” one man is heard saying at the beginning of this recently posted YouTube video.
For good reason.
They call this last-of-the-rear-chrome-bumper Corvette the “Hater Maker” because some folks don’t approve of putting a Japanese powerplant under the hood of a good ol’ American Corvette.
Some people who aren’t sure about the practicality of their Corvette try to make it more suitable for everyday driving.
Maybe they’d be the perfect customer for this 1976 Corvette that’s been expanded with a Can Am wagon conversion, currently for sale on eBay for $14,900.