Photo Credit: Rick Cruz/Pacific Daily News You just never know where a Corvette enthusiast is going to turn up. Take the case of Joe Jackson, who moved to the Pacific island of Guam way back in the 1980s. In 1988, after being a fan of the sports car for years thanks to the influence of
Here is an interesting Corvette spotted on the Boulevard inside the National Corvette Museum. It’s a 2013 Corvette 427 Convertible with the 60th Anniversary package. But as you can see, the Corvette is also wearing the same Indy 500 graphics that the 2013 Corvette ZR1 wore as the Pace Car for the Greatest Spectacle in
What’s the more dangerous road? Doing 160 mph at a HPDE at Daytona International Speedway or going 50 mph on US 1 in the Florida Keys? For Jeff Allen of Key West, Florida, it was the ride home that proved to be disastrous to his 2003 Corvette Z06 when he was hit head on by
Longtime Corvette Museum supporter Harvey Gluck just picked up his 63rd Corvette and this one is a stunner. It’s a 2013 Corvette ZR1 in Night Race Blue with a 60th Anniversary stripe running down the body. Harvey was presented with the ZR1 at the National Corvette Museum by Corvette Marketing Manager John Fitzpatrick. The photos
For a high-powered sports car, the Chevrolet Corvette doesn’t act like it at the gas pump. Now comes word that the Assembly Plant in Bowling Green, Ky., where the Corvette is put together is pretty energy-efficient, too. The Bowling Green facility has become one of 54 to meet a voluntary energy-reduction challenge from the U.S.