The original poster of this “surprise” video on Facebook deserves the husband of the year of award. What for you ask? If your wife is crying tears of joy after you just surprised her with a new Corvette, that’s husband of year material right there.
If you’re in the Arkansas area, you might want to be on the look for this stolen 1976 Corvette.
It’ll be easy to spot with its bright orange paint.
Last week at the GM Heritage Center, Detroit resident George Talley got the first look at his restored 1979 Corvette after General Motors graciously went to work on the car for the veteran in advance of this year’s Woodward Dream Cruise.
The Corvette will be part of Chevrolet’s display at the Woodward Dream Cruise, which is officially billed as the world’s largest automotive event.
This unrestored 1969 Corvette L88 coupe will make you think it’s the ’60s again!
How many 46-year-old cars do you know that have just 2,576 miles showing on the odometer, and furthermore how many do you know that have the legendary 427/430 L88 engine lurking under their hood?
But that’s the story behind this impressive time-capsule of a Corvette that will be auctioned off at the Rick Cole Monterey Auction Aug. 13-15 at the Marriott Hotel near Fisherman’s Wharf.
We’ve been following the feel-good story of George Talley and his stolen 1979 Corvette. If you remember, George’s 1979 Corvette was stolen 34 years ago and last summer it showed up in Mississippi. GM’s Mark Reuss heard about the car and after seeing George on the evening news, decided to get involved and had the car shipped back to George’s Detroit home.
July is almost gone and is it me or is this summer passing us by really fast? But since today is the final Friday of the month, that means it’s time for another installment of a “Black Friday” photo gallery. Check out our mega photo gallery made up of 38 beautiful black Corvettes which span seven generations from C1 to C7.
We offer thanks to those of you who have submitted photos of their Black Corvettes over the last couple of months and so look closely as you might see your car featured here.
It’s not very often that we get to write the description of a Corvette as “pink on pink.” But that’s the case with this wild 1969 Chevy customized by the legendary Larry Watson that is now for sale on eBay.
This might be just the ticket for Barbie, if she wants a retro Corvette to ride around with Ken.
Back in 1977, a young filmmaker named George Lucas changed pop culture forever with the release of the first Star Wars movie. That film not only ushered in cool special effects, it set the standard (in the immortal words of Spaceball’s Mel Brooks) for movie merchandising and soon Star Wars branded toys and accessories were everywhere.
Obviously, the first Star Wars movie made an impact on the former owner and creator of this special 1974 Corvette which showcases many scenes from the movie with hand airbrushed murals painted on every body panel.
With the next installment of the movie franchise due in December 2015, it’s timely that this Star Wars branded Corvette Stingray is now for sale on eBay.