Two C7 Corvettes Wrecked Already, is a Third Next?
We’ve now seen two C7 Corvette Stingrays wrecked. How many have been delivered? 500, 700 maybe? 1000? And unlike the t-bone collision that we saw of a pre-production C7 caused by a Lincoln Towncar, these seem to be single car accidents, meaning driver error. First, the Velocity Yellow ‘Vette pictured above that looks like it […] More »
Exhaust Why Mod? Modifying your exhaust can be inexpensive but costs can mount quickly the more changes you make. The entire exhaust system includes two exhaust manifolds (headers), two catalytic converters, two pipes, two mufflers and finally the exhaust tips. Any and all of these parts can be replaced or removed with varying degrees of […] More »
If you ever find yourself cruising CorvetteForum looking for some inspiration for your own build that doesn’t require quite the same amount of research and development as creating a C2 sleeper, you should take a look at CF user dangerz’ mostly stock 2003 Z06! Once this Corvette made it into the life of dangerz it started getting some much needed […] More »
Exterior Care Your car’s appearance is of paramount importance to maintaining (or increasing) its value and your desire to drive it, no one wants to be driving around in a POS. So, take care of the paint and clearcoat and the car will be happy to run, and steal lots of admiring glances whenever you’re […] More »
This advertisement for the Malcolm Konner Commemorative Edition 1986 Corvette created quite a controversy among other Chevrolet dealerships. Corvette’s sales department realized the potential in creating special edition cars in 1978 when they successfully marketed the Indianapolis 500 Pace Car and the 25th Anniversary model during the same year. The sales for 1978 approached 47,000 […] More »