by John Coyle Corvette Forum Triple XXX Root Beer in Issaquah, WA has been playing host to car shows since the late ’60s, and I’ve come home sunburned and wired on sugar water from more of them than I can remember. So I was stoked to see CF Member glrc6 posted so many awesome pics […]
This is a big weekend for car auctions as most of the major auction houses are descending on Monterey, California for a weekend full of classic and collector car sales. Although fairly new to the Monterey scene, Mecum Auctions has a full slate of cars ready to be sold during their Monterey Daytime Auction which
This ’56 C1 is far from pristine. There’s a custom hood, numerous cosmetic blemishes, and the fact that the original motor has been swapped out for a ’65 327 mill. But it’s the pedigree?or stated pedigree? which we find interesting. Along with all the standard info about vehicle’s condition, the seller claims that after it […]
We all know Corvettes are named after a “speedy ship” and we also know they make pretty lousy boats. Just ask Mark Weiss who watched helplessly Thursday evening as his classic 1962 Corvette rolled down an embankment and submerged in Mead Pond in New Canaan, CT.
According to Weiss, he was
The C1 was the first Corvette to go into production. This original Corvette was born, to some degree, because Chevrolet had designer Harley Earl on staff and Earl loved sports cars. General Motors produced the C1 from 1953 through 1962. Financing To finance a C1 Corvette, you can go to a bank, credit union, or […]