Tag: Tuners & Exotic Vettes

Mid-Engined Alessi AR-1 is a Corvette-Powered Supercar

Mid-engined Corvettes have been the grist of the rumor mill for decades. Some are even hopeful the upcoming C7 Corvette might break the current rear-wheel drive mold. But if you just can’t wait and see what General Motors is going to do with the next-generation Corvette, then you might want to check out the Alessi

  Comments | By - April 16, 2012

1000 hp Twin-Turbo Stingray Headed to Barrett-Jackson

GM Design Director Kip Wasenko calls it “the Corvette Duntov would have built to win LeMans.” Now some lucky – and very wealthy – person will have the opportunity to buy this hand-crafted custom 1963 Corvette unlike any other in the world, complete with a jaw-dropping modernistic design and a twin-turbo, mid-engine setup that boasts

  Comments | By - March 19, 2012

The Corvettes of the 2012 Detroit Autorama

Last weekend marked our annual pilgrimage to Cobo Hall in downtown Detroit for the yearly festival of chrome and horsepower known as Autorama. Each year thousands of attendees wander aisle after aisle checking out the custom cars, trucks, motorcycles, and hot rods. This year was the 60th installment of the show. Early reports had attendance

  Comments | By - February 27, 2012

Rear Mount Turbo Z06 Hits 667 HP on Dyno

If you’re looking for a performance boost for your Corvette Z06 that’s out of the ordinary, then Fastlane out of Houston, Texas may have the answer for you. Fastlane vows to be not only Houston’s biggest and baddest tuner shop, but they have also been building muscle cars and trucks for nearly 15 years, according

  Comments | By - February 18, 2012

One Wicked Resto-Mod: 1971 Corvette With an LS9 Engine Swap

Perhaps it’s only appropriate that a modern-day ZR1 Corvette engine would be placed in the original body style that started the ZR-1 (yes, with a hyphen back then) craze way back in 1970. We first told you about this monster of a 1971 Corvette in July 2011, and now our friends at High Tech Corvette

  Comments | By - January 30, 2012

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