Tag: C2 Corvette

Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas 2011: Corvette Auction Preview!

Article contributed by Steve Burns The Barrett-Jackson crew sets up shop in Sin City this weekend for their 4th annual Las Vegas sale. Nearly 50 Corvettes are set to cross the auction block between Thursday September 22nd and Saturday the 24th at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino as their 40th Anniversary tour winds down.

  Comments | By - September 23, 2011

Corvette Racing Series Episode 9: Corvette World Tribute

Welcome to the Corvette World Tribute, where Chevrolet’s supercar is celebrated by owners and drivers of all models, both on and off the track. In the ninth episode of Corvette Racing’s Track to Street series, enthusiasts and racers of today and yesterday come together to celebrate their common passion – the Corvette. Sponsored By: Bondurant

  Comments | By - September 21, 2011

Corvette Blogger Visits the Lingenfelter Collection

Article and Photos contributed by Steve Burns A couple months back we had the opportunity to tour the immense car collection of Ken Lingenfelter, owner of Lingenfelter Performance Engineering. The diverse collection contains about 150 stunning muscle cars, exotics, classics, as well as several of LPE’s latest creations. No car collection is complete without a

  Comments | By - September 21, 2011

Corvettes at Carlisle: Pics From the Downtown Parade!

Article and Photos contributed by Steve Burns I was finally able to make it to Carlisle’s downtown parade for the first time last weekend. I’m little bit embarrassed to admit that in my 5 previous trips to Carlisle that it wasn’t really on my radar screen of must-attend events. Now I’m trying to find a

  Comments | By - September 5, 2011

Corvette Central Kicks Off 1963 Split-Mod Restoration Project!

Corvette Central and Chris Petris, the duo behind the C4 Cutaway Corvette, have teamed up again to bring together a real cool project called the “Split Mod”. Essentially, it’s the restoration of a severely rusted 1963 Corvette Coupe. Instead of the traditional matching-numbers restoration, which would be somewhat difficult considering the car has no motor

  Comments | By - August 29, 2011

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