Are Corvette Owners Soft?
The short answer is no, but a recent post on the Forum leaves us wondering. User Larry/car recently posted that his 1995 C4 was close to turning 10,000 miles and he doesn’t know what to do. In fairness, this is Larry’s secondary Vette (yeah, he’s got another one). But still, why do we buy these […] More »
You likely won’t find a much better unrestored “Survivor” Corvette than this one-owner 1960 model currently up for sale on eBay. Eight bidders have pushed the bid to $44,300 as of noon April 23. The car was delivered in September 1960 to the one and only owner for the next 53 years, a Donald Strother
It’s that time of year again to talk about Saint Bernard’s Classic Corvette Giveway. This is the 25th anniversary for the classic Corvette raffle and all proceeds benefit the Saint Bernard Church and School in Rockport, Indiana. While the last couple of years have featured a midyear Corvette as the grand prize, this year’s raffle
Sometimes you can have too much of a good thing. At least that’s the way Don Davis of Fort Worth, Texas looks at his eclectic collection of cars. “I’m reducing my collection,” Davis told a reporter for the Star-Telegram. “It’s just too much trouble to take care of them.” As a result, Davis has decided
Vicari Auctions recently announced that two very rare, unrestored Corvettes will cross the block at their Nocona, Texas auction running April 19th and 20th, 2013. The 1962 big brake fuelie and 1963 Z06 have been stored by a collector since Ronald Reagan was President and still remain in almost all-original condition. “These exceptional Corvettes add