Tag: Corvettes at Carlisle

How Speed Could have Changed the Look of Corvette

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How’s this for a piece of Corvette history? The Corvette CERV II: it certainly would rank as one of the wildest Corvettes built by Chevy, in my opinion. The concept stems from a ’60s experiment centered on speed, and it will be on display at the upcoming Corvettes at Carlisle.

  Comments | By - March 26, 2014

2013 Corvettes at Carlisle – Downtown Parade


One of the highlights of Corvettes at Carlisle is the Saturday evening parade where hundreds of Corvettes make their way from the fairgrounds to downtown Carlisle. Leading the parade was Bill Miller in a classic C1 Convertible while Lance Miller was driving his 2012 Carlisle Blue Corvette ZR1. Behind them was the GM / Corvette […]

  Comments | By - August 26, 2013

2013 Corvettes at Carlisle: 1965 Corvette Restomod


This beautiful 1965 Corvette Sting Ray Coupe was parked in the fun field at the 2013 Corvettes at Carlisle and when we first saw the restored we literally stopped dead in our tracks and started shooting away with our camera. The ’65 custom coupe is owned by Ronald Champe who claimed a club affiliation with […]

  Comments | By - August 26, 2013

Corvettes at Carlisle Begins in One Week!


Billed as the “largest and most fun-filled Corvette event in the world,” Corvettes at Carlisle begins next Friday, August 23rd and will feature more than 5,000 (!) Corvettes, spanning all generations and types. Of particular note are the George Barris-built Asteroid that features blinding metallic copper paint, a 352 ci engine with 13:1 compression, and […] More »

  Comments | By - August 15, 2013

1963 Corvette Rondine to Appear at Corvettes at Carlisle

The Chip’s Choice display for this year’s Corvettes at Carlisle continues to take shape. Back in February we told you about the George Barris-built Asteroid Corvette scheduled to appear. Now joining that custom 1963 is another custom 1963 – this one with an Italian flare. Corvettes at Carlisle announced in their most recent email newsletter

  Comments | By - May 16, 2013

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