GM’s Compassion for Corvette Owner Highlights Spirit of Nameplate
First GM helped a local Detroit man get his Corvette back after it had been stolen 33-years previously. Now, the company is helping him get it prepped for this year’s Woodard Dream Cruise.
Moving stories about people being reunited with their Corvettes are always great, but they just don’t get much better than this.
If there ever was any doubt that a car like the new Corvette isn’t for everybody, this 14-second video should clear it up.
A string of high-tech break-ins are the result of inexpensive devices called power amplifiers, which wirelessly function to unlock car doors.
I’m a huge fan of Corvettes, but I’ve never quite considered one worthy of a Citizens Merit Award. However, this C6 convertibe might be well deserving of the accolade.