Corvettes at Carlisle Begins in One Week!
Billed as the “largest and most fun-filled Corvette event in the world,” Corvettes at Carlisle begins next Friday, August 23rd and will feature more than 5,000 (!) Corvettes, spanning all generations and types. Of particular note are the George Barris-built Asteroid that features blinding metallic copper paint, a 352 ci engine with 13:1 compression, and […] More »
Car&Driver has devoted a lot of ink to the Corvette over the years. Their reviews of the car always seemed to be a “love/hate” relationship, frequently criticizing the car for its brakes, build quality and weight but praising its performance. Yet, at the same recognizing that there were no sports cars on the market that could […] More »
by Rick Tavel Special to Corvette Forum © 8-7-2013 All rights reserved, do not duplicate without permission. I am sure that you, as a car enthusiast, are aware of the advertising theme Porsche has used for over two decades. And even if you’re not a Porschephile you may remember the scene in the movie […] More »
The late 1960’s and early 1970’s were marked by sweeping social and life-style changes throughout the United States. Traditional values and mores were continually challenged and no longer accepted on face value alone. The way things had always been done was no longer an acceptable answer or solution. Everything from political views and philosophies to […] More »
Forum member Swissguy had to deliver a laptop to a customer and heard about a traffic jam on the route he had planned along the Swiss Autobahn. Figuring that he’d rather spend the time on a fun, scenic road than sitting in traffic he decided to take the longer route to enjoy a nice Swiss […] More »