Corvette Blogger Visits the Lingenfelter Collection
Article and Photos contributed by Steve Burns A couple months back we had the opportunity to tour the immense car collection of Ken Lingenfelter, owner of Lingenfelter Performance Engineering. The diverse collection contains about 150 stunning muscle cars, exotics, classics, as well as several of LPE’s latest creations. No car collection is complete without a
Charlie’s Angels is the latest show from the Seventies that’s getting a reboot for the upcoming fall television schedule on ABC. The premise is similar to the original series which features three young beautiful women with various skills who solve crimes for their mysterious benefactor Charlie Townsend. We are bringing this up as we caught
At the Baltimore Grand Prix, Program Manager Doug Fehan provided the next installment of the Corvette Racing’s Tech Transfer segment which aired during the race. While most of the tech transfer segments follow the transfer of technology from Track to Street, this is one segment where we look at the transfer from Street to Track.
The doors opened today in Frankfurt, Germany for the 64th International Motor Show and the halo car of the Chevrolet brand is well represented. Celebrating its 100 year anniversary, Chevy’s display offers a glimpse of past, present and future models in the Chevrolet lineup. Visitors will be able to see the new 2012 Corvette Grand
by John CoyleCorvette Forum Last week, I posted about Translogic’s piece on the history of Chevy’s small-block V8, and I still find host Bradley Hasemeyer?and the name of the series, actually?kind of annoying. But they’ve certainly been turning their attention to some great subjects lately, and I like this segment about the General’s halo car. […] More »