Poll Results: Why are Corvettes Being Wrecked?
Earlier this week, we asked you the following question– “Why have two C7 Corvette Stingrays already been wrecked?” And apparently 72% of you have no sense of humor. Just joking, relax. The remaining 28% (majority) voted that the non-elliptical taillights were to blame. There was a correct answer and that was it. In all seriousness, […] More »
Transmission CAGS What is CAGS? To avoid a gas guzzler tax, Chevrolet invented a skip-shift device on its manual transmission cars called Computer-Aided Gear Selection, or CAGS. CAGS forces you to shift your manual Vette from first to fourth (rather than second or third) when: Engine temp is greater than 169 F Vehicle speed is […] More »
For only $4,900 you can be the envied owner of a 1990 Corvette wearing C5 clothing with “MINOR Firer [sic] Damage”! I don’t know about you, but I am pulling out couch cushions looking for the spare change to buy this super hot find before somebody beats me to the prize. Everyone must now thank CF […] More »
The development and production of the ZR1 were far more significant to the Corvette than you’d expect from just another new trim level and its implications were vitally important to the future survival of the Corvette. When the fourth generation Corvette was unveiled the very definition of a “performance” car was being challenged in light […] More »
We’ve now seen two C7 Corvette Stingrays wrecked. How many have been delivered? 500, 700 maybe? 1000? And unlike the t-bone collision that we saw of a pre-production C7 caused by a Lincoln Towncar, these seem to be single car accidents, meaning driver error. First, the Velocity Yellow ‘Vette pictured above that looks like it […] More »