Author: Detroit Steel

Facebook Fridays: Did Lingenfelter Just Tease a New Special Edition Corvette?

Lingenfelter C7 Signature Edition

Amid all the buzz surrounding the new Corvette Grand Sport unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show, Lingenfelter Performance Engineering took to Facebook, teasing what seems to be a custom C7 in the works.

  Comments | By - March 4, 2016

C7 Corvette Grand Sport Collector Edition Limited to 1,000 Units

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Those dreams of owning a new Corvette Grand Sport just took a bit of turn with news that Chevy will likely only produce 1,000 units of the new C7 variant.

  Comments | By - March 3, 2016

New Carl’s Jr. Ad Stars a ’75 Corvette That’s Up for Grabs

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Carl’s Jr. has had some pretty impressive spokespeople over the years, but none will probably deliver the kind of knock-out punch that the latest Carl’s Jr. model will: a ’75 Stingray.

  Comments | By - March 3, 2016

Corvette Racing’s Epic Daytona Finish Captured in Short Doc

The #4 Chevrolet Corvette Racing C7.R, driven by Oliver Gavin, Tommy Milner and Marcel Fässler races to victory in the GTLM class Sunday, January 30, 2016, winning the Rolex 24 At Daytona WeatherTech SportsCar Championship endurance race at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida. The #3 Chevrolet Corvette Racing C7.R, driven by Jan Magnussen, Antonio Garcia and Mike Rockenfeller finishes 2nd.(Photo by Richard Prince for Chevy Racing)

There’s certainly no Corvettes more deserving of a documentary than these two right now.

  Comments | By - March 3, 2016

5 Reasons Why a Corvette Coupe Is Better Than a Convertible

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Simply stated, it’s clear that the Corvette coupe is a much better buy than a convertible model. And here are five of the top reasons why.

  Comments | By - March 2, 2016

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