If you’re a little old to be playing with Legos, you might change your mind after hearing about this.
According to the database Brickset, a Corvette Z06 will be among the seven new vehicles added to Lego’s 2016 Speed Champions kits.
For those people who were young kids in the 1950s, being the proud owner of this Kiddie Corvette would surely have been a big thrill.
General Motors, in the midst of promoting its products in a big way in the mid-1950s, commissioned the Eska Company of Dubuque, Iowa to manufacture a one-third size pedal car of the 1956 Corvette, which had just been redesigned for the first time.
If you can’t afford the real thing, this might be the next best thing.
The 1956 Chevrolet Corvette SR Prototype, also known as “The Real McCoy,” hammered for a cool $2.3 million* at Mecum Auctions back in January.
Now, this 2/3 replica, manufactured by well-respected Junior Replicas of Brazil, is currently available at Hemmings classifieds for a whole lot less – just $14,900.
Want to attend a really fun event that is guaranteed to put a smile on a child’s face this Christmas? Our friends at Kerbeck Corvette have once again teamed up with the United States Marine Corps Reserve League to host their 11th Annual Toys for Tots Caravan.
All Corvette owners are invited and the cost to participate is only one new, unwrapped toy in its original packaging. Click here to register!
That tremor you felt in the force last week as millions of people suddenly cried out and then were silenced wasn’t the result of some interplanetary conflict. No, that collective gasp heard online was the unveiling of a new Hot Wheel’s Darth Vader show car at San Diego’s Comic-Con convention.
The Darth Vader car is the first in a new series of Star Wars character cars from Hot Wheels available this October.
A new Corvette Stingray Z51 will be on the market in mid-July.
But don’t look for it at your neighborhood Chevy dealer.
This Stingray is the latest radio controlled 1/10 scale replica from Vaterra, and it appears to be much more high-tech than the New Bright RC Stingray that came out last year.
New Bright Toys has always been known for its highly detailed cars. Over the years, the designs have gotten more and more thorough. An example of this is how the Corvette Stingray has evolved from the 1963 model to the 2014 model. In 1986, New Bright Toys released the 1963 Corvette Stingray.
If the budget won’t allow you to buy a new Stingray, maybe you can still get your Corvette fix thanks to Hasbro.
You just might not be able to enjoy the high-performance sports car the way you can with the real version!
Word comes this week that Hasbro, the maker of the popular Monopoly board game, has decided to include the 2014 Corvette Stingray in its collection of tokens.