Tag: C4

Corvette History Through Ads: World’s Most Technologically Advanced Car

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The most successful Corvette to date, the C3, ended production in 1982, completing an unheard of 14 year model run and opening the door for the long overdue C4. The C3’s chassis is even older dating to 1963, the beginning of the second generation Corvette. The all new fourth generation Corvette was originally scheduled to […] More »

  Comments | By - September 18, 2013

He Just Needed an Excuse…

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CF member Hypntyz received a rough C4 for his thirtieth birthday that he proceeded to restore, rebuild and modify. When he got it, “it was almost ruined with 117k miles, [it had] flat-spotted tires and chrome-flaking [off of] ZR1 knockoff wheels, faded paint with yellow fiberglass showing, rotten interior, leaking windows and targa top, half […] More »

  Comments | By - September 3, 2013

First Corvette Shots from Woodward

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We wanted to bring you photos of the outstanding Corvette events taking place in and around Detroit and Flint, Michigan, last week. Along with the world famous Woodward Dream Cruise which began midweek (last week) unofficially, Corvettes on Woodward, Back to the Bricks, and the Corvette Reunion all took place and featured heavy attendance. Though […] More »

  Comments | By - August 20, 2013

Drunk Driver Takes Out a Parked Corvette and Motorcycle in Idaho

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You’d like to think that your Corvette and motorcycle are safe when they’re parked in your own driveway and garage, wouldn’t you? But not always. A black on black C4 convertible and a motorcycle unwittingly became the victims of a four-vehicle pileup in Moscow, Idaho last week. Police believe a 24-year-old driving drunk instigated the

  Comments | By - July 24, 2013

The Corvette Vanity Plates of Bloomington Gold 2013

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At any car show we always enjoy taking a peak at what witty things owners select on their vanity plates. We all know that Corvette owners are the best when it comes to unique characters, phrases, or sayings on their license plates. So as we always do, set aside some time last weekend at Bloomington

  Comments | By - July 8, 2013

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