Are Corvette License Plate Locks Really Necessary?
Wheel locks for a Corvette, we get. But license plates locks?
If there’s one thing that really irks me, it’s someone taking something that isn’t theirs, but when that something is a classic Corvette, it really pisses me off.
Federal agents have arrested two men prosecutors say were running a $1.5 million racketeering scheme involving 67 stolen Corvettes. According to a 72-count indictment, for four years William Rocco (left) and Ron Mysyk (right) ran a major chop shop ring in Cleveland, Ohio where they paid thieves to steal Corvettes from dealerships for parts.
Hey, let’s be honest, hearing of someone using a hot sports car like a Corvette as a pick-up tool isn’t really groundbreaking news. I suspect that even a few reading this post have probably used the line, “I’ll pick you up in my Corvette,” when trying to lock down a date. However, a story I stumbled on […] More »
Car thieves, here’s a tip—if you’re going to steal a high-performance vehicle like a Corvette, don’t. But if you’re going to try anyway, make sure you can drive a stick. With the manual take-rate for the new Stingray hovering around 40 percent, there’s a good chance your target won’t be an automatic.