At the 1954 Motorama, GM unleashed three Corvette-based concept cars onto the show circuit. Dubbed the Convertible Coupe, the Corvair, and the Nomad, the trio caused a stir when they debuted in New York in January of 1954. As we all know, the Nomad made it to production a couple years later, but in a
Johnny Depp just wrapped up production for his upcoming new movie, “The Rum Diary” based on the novel by Hunter S. Thompson. To show his appreciation to the actor, the movie’s producer Graham King presented Depp with the keys to the red 1959 Corvette roadster that was used in movie. Answering the age-old question of
by Zack KlapmanThe Smoking Tire Matt Farah hates video games for several reasons, but mostly it’s because they aren’t nearly as much fun as the real thing, which he proves in this video. In 2006, Art Morrison won the ?Gran Turismo Award? at the SEMA show, which means that they put your show car into […]
I was checking out the strong lineup of 2012 Corvettes at the Kerbeck Corvette tent when I saw EX-122 sitting in the center, surrounded by her much younger siblings. The Corvette that appeared in the extravigant Motorama display at the Waldof Estoria in January 1953 was now under a tent at a fairgrounds in Pennsylvania.
by John CoyleCorvette Forum If you haven’t been to Road America, you’re missing out. In 2008, I was there to cover the American Le Mans Series, and while I’d like to recommend some restaurants or bars, I ate hot dogs at the track and bought my beer at a gas station. But I can’t say […]