Tag: C5 corvette

Corvettes and Standing Water Do Not Play Well Together

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Storms and low-riding Corvettes don’t always mix. Just ask the driver of this C5 Corvette, who talked to a reporter from WREG-TV in Memphis, Tennessee last week about his misadventures following a major storm that swept through the area. “I saw the water up under that viaduct,” Eugene Stephenson explained, “but I didn’t think it

  Comments | By - July 31, 2013

Thieves Steal a 2003 Yellow Corvette in Virginia

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File photo courtesy of CorvetteImages.com There probably isn’t a much sicker feeling for a Corvette owner than the one a Hampton, Va., man suffered Monday night. Larry Phlegar had celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Corvette by buying a collector’s edition 2003 model, a yellow coupe that he had driven just 9,723 miles over the

  Comments | By - July 29, 2013

Red C5 Corvette on D2FORGED FMS05 Wheels

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Here’s another great photo gallery from our friends at D2FORGED showing their custom wheels on a C5 Corvette. Back in May we shared a C5 Convertible Widebody riding on D2FORGED CV2 colormatched wheels and now they’ve supplied us with pics of the red C5 Corvette which is sitting tight on a set of FMS05 Wheels.

  Comments | By - July 16, 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

The 2013 Bloomington Gold Corvette Show

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Bloomington Gold’s long awaited move to Champaign, Illinois took place last weekend as the show celebrated its 40th anniversary there. It was a year of firsts in 2013: the first year in a new location, the first year for the GoldAutocross, the first year of a new judging schedule, and the first year for the

  Comments | By - July 3, 2013

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