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SEMA 2011: Glassworks Corvette Hardtop Lift System

by Keith Cornett on November 4, 2011

SEMA 2011: Glassworks Corvette Top Lift System

The benefit of having an auxiliary hardtop for your roadster is that you can drive your Corvette longer as the weather turns cooler, thereby extending your driving season for an extra couple of months each year. But putting that hardtop on your Corvette, or removing it when the weather turns nice can be a real struggle. You can call the wife out to the garage, go get a neighbor or attempt to do it yourself, but it only takes one careless move to damage the top or worse, the back of your Corvette. So when we saw the Glassworks Lift System at SEMA, we knew we had to spread the word on this innovative product.

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SEMA 2011: Corvette Racing C6.R GT1 Tribute Car

by Keith Cornett on November 3, 2011

SEMA 2011: Corvette Racing C6.R GT1 Tribute Car

You know we love Corvette Racing here on CorvetteBlogger and whenever we see a tribute to the yellow and black C6.Rs, we have to stop and take a closer look. This particular Corvette was found outside the main entrance to the SEMA show and was a constant source of admiration from attendees who were passing by.

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SEMA 2011: The George Barris Bat Ray Corvette

by Keith Cornett on November 3, 2011

SEMA 2011: The George Barris Bat Ray Corvette

Known to auto enthusiasts worldwide for his outlandish custom car creations for such TV shows as The Munsters, Beverly Hillbillies, Knightrider and most notably, the Batmobile for Batman and Robin, George Barris has recently focused his talents on a another “bat themed” custom design and a 2005 Corvette was his canvas.

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SEMA 2011: 1959 Corvette ZR59 Concept

by Keith Cornett on November 1, 2011

SEMA 2011: 1959 Corvette ZR59

There are some nice custom show cars at the SEMA automotive convention in Las Vegas and then there is the 1959 Corvette ZR59 on display at the Wilwood Disc Brakes booth. Starting as a humble 1959 Corvette, the ZR59 now boasts modern supercar performance without losing the original distinctive look of a C1 roadster.

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[POLL] What's The First Aftermarket Purchase You Would Make for a New Corvette?

As we prepare to head out this afternoon for our trip to SEMA, we thought we’d take a quick poll on aftermarket purchases from our readers. The question has to do with new Corvettes and we’d like to know what your first aftermarket purchase would be. The poll is open to everyone (whether or not you have or will be buying a new Corvette in the near future).

Following the purchase of a new Corvette, what would be your first major aftermarket modification:

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While we’re in SEMA, keep a constant eye on our Twitter and Facebook pages for live updates and many, many photos.

 

Corvette Z06 Ron Fellows 'Hall of Fame' Tribute

With SEMA coming up next week, we’ve been wondering what the General will have in store for Corvette fans at the show and now we have the answer! In a sea of Camaros and the sporty new Sonics, you’ll find two “tribute” Corvettes at the 2011 show: The Ron Fellows “Hall of Fame” Corvette Z06 and the Corvette Carlisle Blue Grand Sport Concept.

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Bunkie Knudsen’s 1964 Corvette to be Displayed at SEMA

by Keith Cornett on October 14, 2011

Bunkie Knudsen’s 1964 Corvette to be Displayed at SEMA

A custom 1964 style Corvette that was once owned by Chevrolet General Manager Semon E. “Bunkie” Knudsen will be on display at Mid America Motorwork’s SEMA booth in Las Vegas next month. The Corvette will be the centerpiece display by the Corvette catalog company and will showcase MA Motorwork’s Performance Choice interior products.

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[VIDEO] Watch the Morrison 3G 1960 Corvette in action at Spring Mountain

At the SEMA show in 2006, Art Morrison’s project 3G Corvette won the “Gran Turismo Award” which also meant that it would be featured in the Playstation video game “Gran Turismo”. While many fans may have driven the custom 538 horsepower Corvette in the game, Matt Farah headed out to Spring Mountain motorsports park outside of Las Vegas to drive the real thing.

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[VIDEO] Unveiling the 2012 Ron Fellows SEMA/Spring Mountain Corvette Z06

Former Corvette Racing Driver and all-around Mr. Nice Guy Ron Fellows was inducted into the Corvette Hall of Fame for his contributions to the hobby. Ron and his family were at the National Corvette Museum’s 17th Annual Labor Day celebration last weekend for the induction ceremony and little did he know that a special Corvette was waiting for him as well.

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Hear the Rumble of the Corvette Z06x at Spring Mountain

In all the videos to come out of SEMA regarding the track ready Corvette Z06x concept, none captured the track ready car actually running. Pfadt Race Engineering’s Aaron Pfadt captured this video of the SEMA Corvette Z06x Concept when it was out at Spring Mountain for show and tell. Although the Corvette is just cruising the parking lot, you will hear the tell-tale exhaust note of a Corvette that’s ready to race.

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