The way Road & Track ties the Corvette’s history to the Issues in Ferguson, MO, really makes you think.
I still can’t understand why someone would try to pull off a caper in a car as popular and highly recognizable as a Corvette.
While this hungry C7 certainly might not be for everyone, I can see why it might appeal to some.
Calling all Corvette enthusiasts: Chevy is revving up to auction the first 2015 Corvette Stingray. There’s still hope that Rick Hendrick might pass on this Barrett-Jackson auction in Las Vegas.
$680,000? Isn’t the Corvette supposed to be a more affordable piece of the American dream?