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A Tour of the Corvette Museum

The National Corvette Museum celebrates America’s embrace of the Corvette as its ?Sports Car?. The museum is home to tons of amazing corvettes and informative exhibits. And it’s right across the street from the Corvette Factory in Bowling Green, Kentucky, so you can even go watch your Corvette being made. Every thing about the National […] More »

  Comments | By - July 15, 2011

The Baddest Corvette of Them All: The L88 Stingray

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 […] More »

  Comments | By - July 11, 2011

Build Your Own Corvette Engine with the Corvette Engine Build Experience

In a move to continue its renowned customer service, Corvette has created the Corvette Engine Build Experience, which allows new vehicle owners of the 2011 Corvette Z06 or ZR1 to build their new car’s LS7 or LS9 engine at the General Motors? Performance Build Center (PBC) in Wixom, Michigan. Corvette is one of the few, […] More »

  Comments | By - June 29, 2011

Drive Like a Pro At Corvette Driving Schools

If you’re interested in getting the most out of your high-performance Corvette, you need to be able to drive at a high-performance level. There are two Corvette driving schools that offer top of the line instruction and practice. These schools offer drivers the chance to advance their driving technique and get professional racing instruction. Also, […] More »

  Comments | By - June 27, 2011

Take the Corvette Factory Tour and Watch the Magic Unfold

Corvette Factory Tours, which last about one hour and 15 minutes, are offered at the plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Visitors can watch both robots and factory workers, coming together to create America’s sports car at the General Motor’s Bowling Green Assembly Plant. Built in 1981, the plant is one million square feet large, covering […] More »

  Comments | By - June 23, 2011

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