Jimmie Johnson’s resto-mod Stingray may be the coolest Corvette at SEMA
One of the latest Corvettes to be restored by Johnson, this Stingray features both exterior and interior updates, and an all-new Gen V LT1 crate engine, which the folks at Chevy are making available for $11,000 for the wet sump version and $11,250 for the dry sump.
If you’ve been dreaming about some of those higher-performance features on the new Corvette Z06, but you’ve been thinking the cost of the car might be way out of your price range, then you’ll really welcome this bit of SEMA news.
I guess if you’re looking to roll out a new company at SEMA, the Corvette is a pretty good car to come out of the gate with.
Evidently, the team at Chevy has no plans on slowing the momentum it’s been gaining with the C7. Then again, why should they? Less than a couple of weeks after debuting that hot new convertible Z06 everyone has been raving over, the carmaker announces that it will also be offering two more limited design packages.
Chevrolet has been building crate motors for racers and enthusiasts for over 40 years. But in 2007, they released an engine that truly changed the game: the LSX. What’s so special about it? Well, it can be had with a big-block’s displacement (one of the more popular sizes is the 454) but it only occupies […] More »