How Does the C6 Corvette Hold Up in Today’s C7 World?
Being asked to write a “general review” of the C6 Corvette’s impact on automotive history is like being asked to review your cousin. Everyone usually likes their cousin, but there are things that they do that maybe make you wonder about their decision-making skills.
You know what’s awesome? Watching some of the coolest cars on the planet, including the ZR1, shooting flames out of their exhaust pipes.
Corvette Forum has asked Tadge Juechter about the C7 Z06’s tendency to overheat after a bit of flogging. See Juechter’s answer after the jump.
Imagine this terrifying dilemma: You’ve got $229,900 sitting around in some bank account with nowhere to go. Horrifying, right? Well, I’ve found something that should put an end to that terror very quickly. It’s this 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray, and it can be yours for the everyday low price of $229,900.
This is probably the closest most of us will get to seeing the full build of the new Corvette Z06’s LT4 engine.