Category: C3

The Electric C3 Corvette Hits the Road

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We first told you about Keith Stegath’s electric C3 Corvette back in December of 2011. Now, nearly 2 years later, the battery powered 1976 Corvette continues to take shape. In fact, Stegath told us in a recent email that the car’s first test drive was a 10 mile jaunt to a nearby car show. He […]

  Comments | By - August 21, 2013

Corvette History Through Ads: A Change in Focus

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The inspiration for this Corvette advertisement is obvious and plays off the dreams and aspirations of the thousands of boys growing up in the 50’s and 60’s: simply being able to own a Corvette one day. For many, remembering the first Corvette they ever saw or the first time they ever rode in one was […] More »

  Comments | By - August 21, 2013

Corvette History Through Ads: Bragging Rights

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Car&Driver has devoted a lot of ink to the Corvette over the years. Their reviews of the car always seemed to be a “love/hate” relationship, frequently criticizing the car for its brakes, build quality and weight but praising its performance. Yet, at the same recognizing that there were no sports cars on the market that could […] More »

  Comments | By - August 14, 2013

Monaco Orange 1969 ZL1 Corvette Convertible at Bloomington Gold

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When it comes to rare Corvettes, the conversation naturally bends towards L88’s, big brake fuelie’s, C3 ZR1’s, and C2 Z06’s. Even rarer than those are a pair of Corvettes sold in 1969 sporting all aluminum ZL1 motors between the front fenders. RPO ZL1 cost $4,718.35 which was basically the same price as a base Corvette

  Comments | By - August 13, 2013

Corvette History Through Ads: There is no Substitute

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by Rick Tavel Special to Corvette Forum © 8-7-2013 All rights reserved, do not duplicate without permission.   I am sure that you, as a car enthusiast, are aware of the advertising theme Porsche has used for over two decades. And even if you’re not a Porschephile you may remember the scene in the movie […] More »

  Comments | By - August 7, 2013

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