Author: Marcus Amick

Rally Inspired C1 Highlights Global Appeal of Corvette

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Before this Corvette was wrapped, it featured a two-tone Silver paint scheme. And while I typically like to keep classic ‘Vettes in their original state, I’m inclined to let this one slide.

  Comments | By - April 27, 2016

NCM Anniversary Celebration Marked by Return of Millionth Corvette

After more than four months and 1,200 man-hours of painstaking craftsmanship, restoration of the milestone 1 millionth Corvette Ð a white 1992 convertible Ð is complete and the car is unveiled Thursday, September 3, 2015 back at its home at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky, where it returns to the permanent exhibit. Executive Director Global Chevrolet Design John Cafaro (left) and General Motors Global Design Fabrication Operations Director David Bolognino unveil the vehicle. The car was damaged on February 12, 2014, when it and seven other rare Corvettes tumbled into a sinkhole that opened beneath the museumÕs Skydome area. (Photo by John F. Martin for Chevrolet)

The white 1992 convertible, one of eight rare Corvettes damaged in the 2014 sinkhole, has taken its place back in the NCM’s permanent exhibit.

  Comments | By - September 3, 2015

7 Big Takeaways Roadtrippin’ a 2015 Corvette

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There’s a lot you can learn about a 2015 Corvette convertible when driving it 800-plus miles in two days.

  Comments | By - July 24, 2015

C7 Road Trip Proves Heart of Corvette Truly Resides in Kentucky

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Of all the road trips I’ve done as an automotive journalist, this one to Bowling Green, Kentucky certainly ranks right up there with the best of ’em.

  Comments | By - July 21, 2015

Corvette C7: To Customize or Not?

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Is there ever a point where customization gets to be too much on a new C7 Corvette? Let’s take a deep dive.

  Comments | By - June 25, 2015

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