by Jason GiacchinoCorvette Forum Make no mistake, we adore the Corvette chassis as much as you do, but life is complicated, and occasionally engines and car bodies go their separate ways. When that happens, can we blame the owners of lesser automobiles for desiring the world-renowned performance of the ‘Vette block? Of course not. So […]
Article and photos contributed by Steve Burns
As part of the NCRS national convention last week we were able to participate in a tour of GMâ€™s Performance Build Center. The facility is located about an hour northwest of Detroit in Wixom, MI. The low-volume plant hand assembles all of the dry sump motors for
RB in Indiana submitted this 1974 Corvette to Corvette Values:
1974 Corvette Convertible, VIN #1z67j4s427XXX. Painted Dark Red (original) with dark red leather interior and a white convertible soft top. Matching numbers L-48 350ci/195hp engine, automatic transmission, 79235 original miles, power steering and brakes, air conditioning, power windows, auxilliary hard top and luggage rack.
The 2 hour 45 minute dogfight at Mid-Ohio started under somewhat sunny skies but during the last half of the race, the clouds turned dark and rain started falling. But the weather was only one part of the Saturday’s ALMS race. We’ll tell you the Corvettes were strong throughout the day
This video of a driver doing donuts in his driveway is one of the best I’ve seen lately and it sure started my day with a smile. And what’s not to love about a burnout video with a rocking soundtrack, multiple camera angles and a slow-mo replay! Plus if you see that