The custom Stingray, done by München-based GeigerCars, features an Eaton supercharger that boosts the horsepower to 590, and it sports a menacing-looking body kit topped off with an exterior color called “motorsport gold”.
The tag for this post, “Don’t Park Like an A$$!”, could hit the nail right on the head in describing a Corvette owner that might be better off by finding a space at the far end of the lot or leaving his ‘Vette at home.
Michigander Ken Lingenfelter is one of my favorite car collectors. Not only does he have some of the coolest Corvettes ever, but also he and his wife, Kristen Lingenfelter, use the cars to connect with people in ways that go far beyond displaying them at shows.
It’s not often you come across a tribute to someone on a Corvette window, so when I stumbled on this photo, I felt a need to find out exactly who was Cody Veverka.
The way Road & Track ties the Corvette’s history to the Issues in Ferguson, MO, really makes you think.