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Senior Editor and founder of "Corvette: Sales, News & Lifestyle". I drive my dad's 1966 Corvette Sting Ray Convertible and call the Corvette Museum home.

Corvette Rated a Top 10 American Invention

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You know it, we know it and now the readers of AskMen.com know it. When putting together their list of the Top 10...

Christmas in July: A Couple Cool Corvette Gift Ideas

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Since it is 1969 Corvette week at CorvetteBlogger.com, what a better way to display your models and other Corvette paraphernalia than on a replica...

MTI Dynos a 2008 Z51 Corvette; 2007 Owners Cry

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Last week we shared the dyno numbers from an LG Motorsports test of an automatic 2008 Corvette. This week, Corvette tuner MTI puts...

Corvettes Anonymous…I Have A Problem!

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My name is Keith Cornett and I have a problem. My addiction began long ago but it has now grown to the point...

Flickr Photo of the Day: 1969 Corvette Convertible

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From the Flickr Corvette Pool: Photo Credit: The Photomat 1969 Corvette Options and Facts There were 38,762 Corvettes produced in 1969. Production was split between...

Paul Newman Is Still Racing Corvettes at 82

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Academy Award winner and salad dressing king Paul Newman shares a passion for speed and despite being 82 years old, is still actively competing...

Corvette Racing: Johnny O’Connell Video at Lime Rock 2007

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Bad Boy Vettes learned a costly lesson at LeMans last month: Until you can find a way to protect a hood mounted camera, mount...

Friday’s Featured Corvettes for Sale

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We're kicking off a new feature for Friday's here at CorvetteBlogger.com. We spend endless hours each week on the internet and we look...

PM’s Jim Dunne Debunks Corvette SS Rumors

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The coming of the Corvette SS has generated a buzz on the interwebs that hasn't been seen since... well, perhaps never. When you're...

Ultimate Mod: Chevrolet V8 Engine = BBQ Grill

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Usually the combination of the words "engine" and "barbeque" bring out the worst fears in any gear head, with visions of a torched engine...