Because Your Vette May Enjoy A Little Laughing Gas by Jason Giacchino Contrary to what movies like The Fast and the Furious will have you believe, nitrous oxide (?NOS? if you want additional street cred) isn’t quite the mysterious, highly explosive, limitless power-source they portray it to be.  In fact, nitrous oxide isn’t even flammable […]

Content courtesy of Keith Cornett at CorvetteBlogger.com The writers at Forbes obviously know a good investment when they see one. In their list of ?Top 10 New Car Deals for July?, Forbes looks at the best deals and incentives offered by the automakers, specifically the direct-to-consumer cash rebates, discounted financing promotions and marketing-support incentives which […]

Click on the image for full-size18 Reasons Resemblance to the C6.R is More Than Skin Deepby Jason Giacchino Since its introduction back in 1953, there has never been a Corvette that didn’t showcase Chevrolet’s innermost desires of performance and world-class ambition (even in those dark days of the early 1980s).  To many, the 6th and […]

Many people consider the L88 Stingray, manufactured between 1967 and 1969, to be the baddest and biggest Corvette ever built. This vehicle sported a comprehensive racing package, including big block V8 with solid-lifters and special Can-Am-spec cylinder heads. It was one of the first vehicles in the Corvette line to be manufactured specifically with racing […]