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 […]
by John CoyleCorvette Forum This year, the General will produce its100 millionth small-block V8, and as you can imagine, the milestone isn’t going to pass without notice from the enthusiast community. In this segment of AOL’s “Translogic,” perky, annoying host Bradley Hasemeyer swings a baseball bat dangerously close to a ’60 Corvette?I actually recoiled?and while […]
This Thursday, attendees of the Corvettes at Carlisle show can watch an encore screening of “The Quest“, the documentary about the Le Mans winning 1960 Corvette and its famous owners, Chip and Lance Miller. If you’re not able to make it Carlisle, the good news is you can still watch The Quest by ordering the
This ’56 C1 is far from pristine. There’s a custom hood, numerous cosmetic blemishes, and the fact that the original motor has been swapped out for a ’65 327 mill. But it’s the pedigree?or stated pedigree? which we find interesting. Along with all the standard info about vehicle’s condition, the seller claims that after it […]