Just in case you never got around to digging up your old time capsule, take a look at this pristine 1990 Corvette ZR1 with only 127 miles on the odometer.
Not even Jay Leno can resist the temptation of hammering down on the pedal when driving the new Z06. Nor can he avoid that dreaded stop by the police that can accompany it.
It seems like the team at Late Model Racecraft (LMR) has decided to let us in on a few of the trade secrets they’re using to beef-up the output on the C7.
In the world of custom Corvette’s, there seems to be no such thing as too high of a price, even when the Corvette in question is probably not worth a tenth of what the seller is actually asking for. Take this 1969 Corvette “prototype showcar,” for example.
This custom retro Corvette Nomad thing, presumably designed by a blind guy with an Etch-e-sketch on a bumpy road, can be yours for the low, low price of $125,000.