Tag: C1 Corvette

Cedar Rapids Corvette Club, 1963

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It’s the day before Friday which means it’s time for Throwback Thursday where we feature vintage photos of Corvettes. Our subject today is a group shot from the Cedar Rapids Corvette Club taken in the year of their founding, circa 1963. The caption of the photo on the CRCC website reads: The fall of 1963

  Comments | By - August 9, 2013

Corvettes on eBay: 1957 Corvette Found in Nevada Storage Unit

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Nothing gets our motor running like a Corvette barn find and although this 1957 Corvette was actually found in a storage unit, the emotions of the find are still the same. The seller has the Corvette listed on eBay with just over four days to go. The seller claims they were called to a storage

  Comments | By - July 29, 2013

Motor Trend Takes A Closer Look at Howard Weaver’s Car Collection

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Some people have had car collecting in their blood ever since they can remember. Howard Weaver of Ann Arbor, Michigan is one of those people. In fact, after 77 years of doing so, Weaver has probably been collecting cars maybe longer than anybody in the United States. A little qualifier on that status: Weaver’s dad

  Comments | By - July 12, 2013

1953 Corvette #254 Headed to this Weekend’s Classic Car Auction at the National Corvette Museum

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With only 300 Corvettes made in the first year of production in 1953, not many of these historic treasures ever cross the auction block in a single year. But this weekend could be your chance to own one as the 254th Corvette ever made will be up for auction at the first-ever Hartland Auctions sale

  Comments | By - July 10, 2013

The 2013 Bloomington Gold Corvette Show

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Bloomington Gold’s long awaited move to Champaign, Illinois took place last weekend as the show celebrated its 40th anniversary there. It was a year of firsts in 2013: the first year in a new location, the first year for the GoldAutocross, the first year of a new judging schedule, and the first year for the

  Comments | By - July 3, 2013

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