OPTIMA Presents (Let’s Find This) Corvette of the Week
My heart goes out to this guy. Forum member “Fathergill” is looking for this orange 1977 C3 Corvette. This was once his mother’s car. She just passed away, and now Fathergill is trying to locate it.
Over the past four years, Dragon Vette has become an icon for what lies at the dregs of physical reality. This mangled sports car should be celebrated for its ability to frighten. I hereby declare Dragon Vette the official Corvette of Halloween.
This photo of a 2003 Corvette Z06 is begging for a caption contest. I’ll leave the caption creativity to you in the comments section.
In the pantheon of astonishing ingredients in the human experience, for me, the new-car smell is a top-ranking player … right up there with a mother’s love and the sensations involved with popping bubble wrap.
If the first-generation (E85) BMW Z4 had “flame surfacing”, the C7 Corvette has “blade surfacing”, and that is delightfully apparent when the Corvette’s exterior is slathered in Blade Silver Metallic.