Each year the Eyeson Design car show celebrates the best in automotive design from pre-war cars and motorcycles to modern tuner cars. This year the popular event turned 25 and celebrated its silver anniversary with a special circle of silver Corvettes. The Eyes on Design show is held each year on Father’s Day at the
Posted on Instagram yesterday afternoon was this picture that requires no caption. Okay maybe “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned” because she looks pretty pissed to me. My thoughts? The Corvette should be all the “side action” a guy needs. Does cheating justify the total destruction of a Corvette? In other news… Source:
Anyone who has restored his father’s old car can understand exactly where Tony Meehan is coming from. As he stands in front of his dad’s 1958 Corvette that he bought new, Tony tells a poignant story about a car that is obviously more than just a car. “I grew up around race cars,” he says.
If you scroll through Corvette production numbers between 1970 and 1976 you’ll notice that there’s no mention of the color black in there anywhere. Now, we all know that GM bigwigs could pull some strings and a get a Corvette in essentially any color they wanted. That’s the case here in which GM’s President, Pete
With Father’s Day just a couple of weeks away, maybe it’s perfect timing for 45-year-old racer Jeff Nowicki to make his debut in front of his own dad at this weekend’s Chevrolet Grand Am Detroit 200 on Belle Isle in Detroit. “I started racing in 1990 at a local Waterford track. My dad (Ron Nowicki,