The Sting Ray (later spelled as one word “Stingray”) has an intriguing connection with Chevrolet Corvettes. The name was used primarily on C2 vehicles produced from 1963 through 1968. And although the Corvette is no longer called the Sting Ray and has not been so called since 1969, nonetheless the moniker will probably be remembered […]
Corvettes are an American institution. Truly the American answer to the European sports car, they are the thing of dreams. When a new model, like the Grand Sport, comes out, it’s an excellent opportunity to experience a new form of driving exhilaration in a test drive. Grand Sport Replaces Z-51 The Grand Sport is a […]
Hope everybody had a safe trip home from Bowling Green! The weather for this year’s event was great! Attendance numbers were down for a variety of reasons, but the event drew a convivial group and the smaller crowd afforded me the opportunity to spend more time with people than typically would have been possible.
Aftermarket wheels are a great way to dress up your Chevrolet Corvette, but before buying your new wheels you should think about how these new wheels could impact the performance of your Vette. The method used to manufacture the wheel greatly impacts both the strength and the weight of the wheels, alterations that can affect […]
Thanks to Roc Linkov and the events team at the National Corvette Museum for their continued work in setting up the agenda for our annual Cruise-In to Bowling Green, KY for Memorial Day weekend, May 27-29. If you participated in CI-X, you’ll remember Wil Cooksey’s challenge for this year: Come and bring a friend with […]