Tag: C2 Corvette

Harley Earl’s Personal Corvette – Another Record in the Making?

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Right on the heels of the record breaking 1967 L88 Stingray which sold for $3.2M at Mecum’s Dallas Auction September 7, Dana Mecum is out to break his own record for the price paid for a Corvette. The “Dealmaker” knew he’d have to do something spectacular for an encore at his upcoming Chicagoland Auction, October […]

  Comments | By - September 19, 2013

2013 Corvettes at Carlisle – Downtown Parade

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One of the highlights of Corvettes at Carlisle is the Saturday evening parade where hundreds of Corvettes make their way from the fairgrounds to downtown Carlisle. Leading the parade was Bill Miller in a classic C1 Convertible while Lance Miller was driving his 2012 Carlisle Blue Corvette ZR1. Behind them was the GM / Corvette […]

  Comments | By - August 26, 2013

2013 Corvettes at Carlisle: 1965 Corvette Restomod

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This beautiful 1965 Corvette Sting Ray Coupe was parked in the fun field at the 2013 Corvettes at Carlisle and when we first saw the restored we literally stopped dead in our tracks and started shooting away with our camera. The ’65 custom coupe is owned by Ronald Champe who claimed a club affiliation with […]

  Comments | By - August 26, 2013

1967 L88 Corvette Convertible Headed to Mecum Dallas

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We’ve been a little C7 heavy here lately so here’s a C2 to mix things up. Mecum Auctions will be offering an uber rare 1967 L88 convertible next month at their Dallas sale. The Marlboro Maroon on black roaster will be crossing Mecum’s red carpet about 2:30pm central time on Saturday, September 7th. It’s one […]

  Comments | By - August 23, 2013

Rossi 66 at the 2013 Woodward Dream Cruise

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Via CorvetteVideos.TV It’s been a while since we’ve had a Rossi 66 sighting, but here is a Pearl White Rossi 66 cruising Woodward Blvd in Detroit during August 2013′s DreamCruise. Although the concept for the Rossi appeared first back in 2008, it took another two years for an actual car to be built. We believe […]

  Comments | By - August 22, 2013

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