Tag: ZR1

Incredible Milestone: the 100-Millionth Small Block Engine is a ZR1 LS9

General Motors has celebrated a major milestone today at Wixom’s Performance Build Center by building its 100-millionth small block engine. The engine chosen as the milestone motor is none other than the Corvette ZR1′s 638 horsepower LS9. Since 1955, the small block has been used in GM vehicles around the world and can also be

  Comments | By - November 30, 2011

What Do You Want to See at SEMA 2011?

by John CoyleCorvette Forum Halloween is almost here, and since I’m over costumes and candy, for me, that means only one thing?it’s almost time for SEMA! I’ve been covering the show since 2006, and this year I’m more excited than ever to hop on the plane to Sin City! We’ve already previewed the Carlisle Blue […] More »

  Comments | By - October 28, 2011

Dream Machines: Configure Your New Corvette on GM’s 2012 Website

We’ve been hitting the official GM website for Corvette every couple of weeks to see when they were going to make the switch from the 2011 to the 2012 model year Corvette and this weekend we were rewarded with the new website. In addition to the pictures and model comparisons, GM has added a new

  Comments | By - October 17, 2011

$1.7 Million Corvette ZR1 Themed Boat is Menacing in Carbon Fiber

Article contributed by Steve Burns If you’re in the market for a toy that’s not a Corvette then have we got a boat for you! This 48 foot monster assembled by Marine Technology, Inc. is currently up for sale. The all-black vessel has ZR1 design cues throughout including the dash, steering wheel, and even a

  Comments | By - October 7, 2011

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

  Comments | By - September 21, 2011

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