Chevrolet has launched an interactive page on its U.K. website that enables users to gain some hands-on experience about the 60-year history of the ‘Vette.
I thought watching those Corvettes fall into that sinkhole at the museum was tough to swallow, but this one beats that by a long shot — namely because this one is a man-made disaster as opposed to a natural catastrophe like the sinkhole.
Rumor has it that every July Fourth, the magical explosions inside a Corvette’s combustion chambers are allowed to play in the night’s sky above cities and towns across the United States.
Earlier this month, “akn224′s” pre-teen dream became a reality when he purchased his first Corvette: a 2004 C5 with only 29,000 miles … not even broken in, if you ask me.
Imagine waking up and seeing your Corvette on fire? That’s probably easier to imagine if you have a Ferrari, but with a Corvette, I understand if you have to strain your imagination muscles a bit.