Steel-bodied 1963 Corvette Rondine Still Amazing Fans After 49 Years
Here’s a trivia question for you: Has there ever been a Corvette made of anything but fiberglass? If you knew the answer is yes, then you probably know the story behind the 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Rondine, a rare prototype that was commissioned by the Italian coachbuilder Pininfarina – and was made of steel! The unique
Photo Credit: Yfat Yossifor | Mlive.com Some folks can’t understand the love affair a man can have with his Corvette. But Joe Munch and his family understand it oh so very well. Sunday, Munch will show off his one-owner 1966 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray at the Old Town Motorfest in Saginaw, Michigan. Always a worker and
Mid America Motorworks has planned a monumental Golden Anniversary celebration in tribute to the 1963 Corvette Sting Ray convertible and split window coupe at Corvette Funfest 2012, Sept 13-16. Spread the word, and let’s celebrate this American icon at the Largest Corvette Party in the World! Check out www.corvettefunfest.com for more information.
By definition, a supernova is the explosion of a star during which the star’s luminosity can increase by up to 20 times and most of the star’s mass is blown away at a high velocity. By our definition, a Corvette racecar can explode around treacherous racing circuits at equally high velocities. Here’s your chance to
Wanna free Corvette? Sure, who doesn’t? In honor of their 50th anniversary, AAMCO Transmissions is giving you the opportunity to win your choice of either a 2013 or a 1963 Corvette. If you don’t win a Corvette, you can still win one of their $10,000 worth of instant win prizes. Click on the magical Read