Vette Parking Only: Corvettes Descend on the Petersen!
It’s generally a breeze to park at the Petersen. But last Saturday, the garage was packed to capacity with Corvettes of every era, and the crowds that came to check out the 60th Anniversary Celebration were sent to lots across the street. Our photographer lived just around the corner from the museum, and said this is the […] More »
To celebrate Corvette’s 60th Anniversary the Petersen devoted a sizable chunk of its second floor to showcase some of the hottest cars from every generation along with some wild ones never meant for mass production. The 1956 Corvette SR-2 pictured above was special ordered?and raced?by Harley Earl’s son, and is still campaigned in vintage events today. Also on hand […] More »
by John Coyle Corvette Forum Last week, I posted that the C7 prototype will be on hand at the Petersen Automotive Museum to celebrate Corvette’s 60th Aniversary. But while the 2014 Stingray will obviously be the main attraction, it’s going to be flanked by some pretty distinguished company?including the EX122, “the World’s Oldest Corvette.” This is the […] More »
Exterior of the Woodward Warehouse The King of Clubs – The Woodward Warehouse? By Rick Tavel © December 18, 2012 All Rights Reserved What do you do when you own six collectable Corvettes, nine other collector cars and your garage at home is already filled with your daily drivers? Like most enthusiasts who have more […] More »
One of the draws of SEMA is that you know you are going to see some cool custom cars and in our opinion, one of the best custom vettes on display at this year’s show was Rod Saboury’s 1963 Split Window Corvette he calls “Black Widow”. If Rod’s name rings a bell, it’s because Saboury