Are ‘Vette owners more extreme about their cars than most?
The idea that some things drive people nuts when it comes to their car really isn’t big news. Just about every person who owns an automobile has some pet peeve about their vehicle that could be considered a little odd. I mean c’mon, if you think about it, even referring to your car as “my […] More »
It began over a year ago as you viewed speculative renderings of the upcoming C7 Corvette. Maybe a little too early to get your hopes up but you liked what you saw and wondered how closely the drawings resembled the actual car. It seemed like 1-13-13 was never going to arrive but eventually it did […] More »
We wanted to bring you photos of the outstanding Corvette events taking place in and around Detroit and Flint, Michigan, last week. Along with the world famous Woodward Dream Cruise which began midweek (last week) unofficially, Corvettes on Woodward, Back to the Bricks, and the Corvette Reunion all took place and featured heavy attendance. Though […] More »
Billed as the “largest and most fun-filled Corvette event in the world,” Corvettes at Carlisle begins next Friday, August 23rd and will feature more than 5,000 (!) Corvettes, spanning all generations and types. Of particular note are the George Barris-built Asteroid that features blinding metallic copper paint, a 352 ci engine with 13:1 compression, and […] More »
If you love historically significant Corvette racecars, it doesn’t get much better than the collection of six very rare cars that will be on display at the 2013 Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca on Aug. 16-18. We all know Chevy takes the lessons it learns from racing and transfers that knowledge