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Jordan Taylor’s Idea of a Perfect First Date

Put Corvette racer Jordan Taylor behind the wheel of a race car and he is the consummate professional with a fierce drive to win. But race car drivers have a lot of downtime between races and so Jordan finds ways to entertain himself and those that follow him on social media.

Taylor is a fun guy to follow on twitter and instagram. From his #JTFacial pics of unsuspecting sleeping travelers and the occasional parking ratings he hands out, you’ll almost always be amused at what this guy comes up with next.

Yesterday, Jordan offered his idea of a perfect first date which includes his Nassau Blue 1965 Corvette Coupe. Without spoiling it any further (because I couldn’t do it justice if I tried), I’ll let him tell the story of how he see’s the perfect first date:

[VIDEO] Humorous Cover Song Video Shows How Much a Man Loves His Corvette

The last time we wrote about songs and Corvettes, our words weren’t all that complimentary to the two wannabe performers whose music videos we featured.

In that same post, we also mentioned some of the Corvette songs that were tops in our book like George Jones’ “The One I Love Before” whose lyrics features a double meaning depending on who you think he was singing about. Was the “The one I loved before” about the Vette or the girl?

[PIC] Custom Corvette Stingray and Two Matching Power Wheels for the Kids

Start them young and kids will become Corvette fans for life!

We saw this posted by our friend Rick Corvette Conti and asked if we could share it.

We just love this photo of the customized Corvette Stingray with two matching power wheels at a car show. The Stingray is detailed with full length body stripes and there is a touch of red accent on the quarter panel vents. Those details are also shown on the Power Wheels which also have matching ‘Stingray’ windshield banners.

If you start your kids off right and provide the right motivation, they will always have fond memories of the car. Who knows, these two young Corvette enthusiasts might end up owning the new C9 Corvettes sometime in the distant future.

Fisher-Price’s Corvette Stingray power wheels is just about the best future customer acquition tool that’s ever been made.


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[VIDEO] Whoops! Woman Asks Porsche 918 Spyder Owner What Year His Corvette Is

When it comes to car spotting, some are better at it than others. For those that aren’t into cars all that much, sometimes the results can be hillarious.

But still, we feel bad (okay, not really) for this Corvette Porsche 918 Spyder owner who at least had the sense of decorum to recognize that correcting the lady when she popped the wrong question would just take too much explaining.

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[VIDEO] Regular Car Reviews Asks 'Which Corvette is Best Corvette' at Carlisle?

Mr. Regular attended last weekend’s Corvettes at Carlisle show with the expressed intention of finding out which Corvette is the best Corvette at the show. If you’ve watched any of the previous Regular Car Reviews, you will know you are in for a treat.

Picking the best Corvette from the thousands of Corvettes on display at the Carlisle fairgrounds can be a daunting task. But as a celebrity judge for the show, Mr. Regular gets right to work in trying to determine which Corvette is the the best Corvette before eventually picking a Marlboro Maroon 1965 Corvette convertible as his choice.

[VIDEO] Regular Car Reviews: The C4 1988 Corvette

How about another classic Corvette video review by the guys at Regular Car Reviews? This time they have set their sights on the C4 generation and in particular, the 1988 Corvette.

A Regular Car Review is exactly that and the show has featured Corvettes before with reviews of a C3 1979 Corvette, a C6 2008 Corvette and the 2014 Corvette Stingray. The show even produced a review of Corvettes at Carlisle so if you’ve ever attended, you’ll want to catch that one again.

And just a quick warning. Some of the language used may not be safe for work environments. So please take that into consideration when watching the video below.