[PIC] It Takes a Chevy…To Catch a Chevy!

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[PIC] It Takes a Chevy...To Catch a Chevy!


Our friend Michael Brown, who is known in Corvette circles for the documentary on the 1960 Cunningham Corvette that won Le Mans in “The Quest”, has recently picked up his 2020 Corvette Stingray and the filmmaker recreated this iconic scene from one of his videos that came in 2011. Michael shared the photo with the Simply Corvettes Facebook Group and he made sure to send one our way as well.

Back in 2011, Michael created this “fan-made” video for Chevrolet as the automaker was soliciting videos from independent filmmakers to air during the Super Bowl in 2012. Although Michael’s video wasn’t chosen, it made the rounds among Corvette enthusiasts and was very well received. The title of his video was “It takes a Chevy” and featured the driver of a 2012 Corvette ZR1 Centennial Edition who was pulled over by a county sheriff driving a Black 1954 Corvette.


Michael’s YouTube channel also has some great videos on spectacular Corvette collections from around the world including his own which you can watch here.

Congrats again on your new Corvette Michael and thanks for sharing this great photo!!


Source:
Michael Brown

Related:
[VIDEO] Michael Brown Profiles a Fabulous Collection of Three 1963 Pilot Line Corvettes
[VIDEO] The Quest’s Michael Brown Entering Doritos Super Bowl Ad Challenge
[VIDEO] “The Quest” Filmmaker Vies for Chevy Super Bowl Ad Contest

 



3 COMMENTS

  1. “It Takes a Chevy…To Catch a Chevy!” This line was stolen from the movie, “Vanishing Point” except the line in the movie was, “It Takes a Mopar…To Catch a Mopar”

  2. Mark ( don’t want your last name known?)…while I can’t say your referenced line in a 49 year old movie doesn’t exist, the reason I can’t is because I’ve never seen the movie or read the script. I don’t really need to defend my body of work, but feel your dismissive and off the cuff accusation that I STOLE or otherwise plagiarized someone else’s work is a serious affront. Please be careful in your allegations.

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