The driver and passenger is this hopped-up C3 Corvette Convertible needed an ambulance after being struck by another ambulance on Sunday afternoon in Boardman, OH.
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.
How do you make any year or model of Corvette even more bad-ass than they already are? Put them in the hands of Johnny Law!
Corvettes have a long history of being used by police departments everywhere from DARE anti-drug show cars to being used as pursuit vehicles. Whatever the reason, nothing screams faster than fast than a Corvette with a police livery and an emergency light bar flashing.
So for a special Friday image gallery, we present these really cool Corvette police cars. Do you have a favorite Corvette in this week’s gallery? Let us know and be sure to share this page on Twitter and Facebook.
Number 002, also known as the “Spirit of Sebring ’75,” has a tremendous amount of history behind it, including the fact that it was John Greenwood’s personal favorite.
Greenwood made only six of his wide-body race machines, and this example is the only one that was raced as a Greenwood “team” entry, with the others being built for customers.
GM is doing it again for an elderly Corvette enthusiast whose stolen Corvette was returned to him last year after being stolen on Jefferson Avenue in Detroit 33 years earlier.
You may remember that George Talley, then 71 years old, didn’t know how he would get his recovered Corvette back to Detroit from Mississippi, where it was finally located by AAA.
Well, GM’s Mark Reuss, executive vice president for GM Product Development, stepped in and offered to have GM ship the car back to George’s home in Michigan.
Our friends at Zip Corvette are celebrating the return of Discovery TV’s Shark Week with a special offer.
Corvette history buffs know all about the design inspirations that the iconic creature of the sea has had on the Corvette world. The Corvette, similar to the massive Great White in the sense that all of its competition scatters whenever it comes around, has a shark infested history – the Sting Ray, the Mako Shark and the Manta Ray. While the Sting Ray was the only model to make it to production, the others are certainly legends in their own right.
Check out Zip Corvette’s special list of Corvette Shark products that are discounted 10% for the week. The items are already discounted so no promo codes are needed at checkout.
Back in the day, a lot of car magazines featured C3 Corvettes painted wildly.
The Stingray just seemed to be one of those cars that was perfect for painting that way. We remember one in particular painted red, white and blue with white stars on it.
Now you can take another trip back to the Psychedelic ’70s in this 1971 Corvette Coupe.