Corvette fans in Europe hoping to get their hands on a new Stingray can rest a little easier now. After revealing plans to reduce the number of Chevrolets sold in the overseas market, General Motors has announced the new Corvette will be sold at Cadillac dealerships in Europe.
Well, as the saying goes – you can’t keep a good car down. Yup, that was pretty much confirmed today when the ZR1 Blue Devil that fell into the sinkhole at the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky cranked up to the cheers of museum employees. Check out the video below. Images via [National Corvette Museum]
Here’s a beauty worth marveling at for a few minutes … or a lifetime if you’ve got the cash. This 1972 Corvette ZR1 Coupe, which will be up for grabs in Houston in April at the Mecum Auctions, is one of only 20 special edition models produced that year. This rare classic is powered by […]
Low-mileage Corvettes are typically rare finds even when it comes to some of the more recent models, but when it’s a 1967 Corvette with only 2,996 miles, it becomes even more special. Even more impressive, the car and all of its original parts are said to be in near-perfect condition. This ’67 ‘Vette was discovered in […]
Remember that motorsports park scheduled to be built next to the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green? Well, I have some good news—and unfortunately, bad news—about the racing facility next to one of America’s Sports Cars holy sites.