Flint Factory Bricks Offer a Unique Piece of Corvette History
The National Corvette Museum is selling bricks from a Flint, MI factory in which the first 300 Corvettes were handbuilt back in 1953.
To get a better feel for what everyday people think of the car, GM’s head of consumer affairs, James Bell, has launched a project called “Life with Stingray”, which documents his experience with the C7 and public reaction.
New Orleans police have reportedly identified the driver who deposited his Corvette in Bayou St. John, then fled, Wednesday Morning but aren’t releasing his name. Details on how the severely damaged Vette actually ended up in the water are also missing; however, according to an earlier report by NOLA.com one witness saw the driver leaving […] More »
It looks like Chevrolet’s push to make the new Stingray more appealing to younger buyers might be paying off. Well, as least it seems to have for one buyer as reported by GM Authority.com. “I just wanted you to know that GM is targeting younger buyers with the all new 2014 Corvette, and that they got […] More »