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Corvette Ad Watch: Vintage 1960 Corvette Poster

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This vintage poster features five 1960 Corvette Roadsters driving in formation and poses the question: "For ten seconds try to imagine what owning a...

[VIDEO] Auction Preview: Gulf One 1963 Corvette Z06 Race Car

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Mecum Auctions calls "Gulf One" the most desirable 1963 Corvette Z06 of them all! Delivered from Yenko Chevrolet to Gulf Oil's Grady Davis in...

Rumor: 2010 Corvette to Include a Grand Sport Widebody?

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Update: The Corvette Grand Sport was introduced on April 24, 2009 at the National Corvette Museum's C5/C6 Bash. We have updates which include: Exclusive Photo...

Auction Results: Barrett-Jackson Corvette Sales Total $10 Million

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The results are in for the 2009 Barrett-Jackson and GM was officially declared the winner for bringing a number of...

[VIDEO] 1967 Corvette Coupe Sells at 2009 Barrett-Jackson

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Here is a 1967 Corvette Coupe in Sunfire Yellow with Black interior that gaveled for $132,000 Saturday night at the 2009 Barrett-Jackson collector car...

[VIDEO] 1967 “Shriner” COPO Corvette Roadster Sells at 2009 Barrett-Jackson

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Some Corvettes are famous and some are infamous. Two years after Corvette enthusiasts rose up and cried foul which resulted in a botched eBay...

Corvette History: Corvette Concept Car Debuts at 1953 Motorama

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Fifty-six years ago on January 17, 1953 the American public was introduced to the Chevrolet Corvette concept car at the largest car show of...

Breaking News: Corvette Grand Sport #002 Fails to Reach Reserve

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Despite all the anticipation and excitement surrounding the sale of the Grand Sport Corvette chassis #002 at RM Auction's Automobiles of Arizona, the Corvette...

Introducing the Limited Edition 2009 Competition Sport Corvette

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New for Corvette enthusiasts and racers alike is the 2009 Competition Sport Corvette. This limited edition Corvette is aimed for the owner who...

[VIDEO] 1989 Corvette ZR-1 “Snake Skinner” Sells at 2009 Barrett-Jackson

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This 1989 Corvette ZR-1 was the personal driver for GM's John Heinricy who worked extensively to make the car lighter. The "Snake Skinner"...