It’s hard to imagine why anyone would pay $54,000 to sit in their house pretending to drive a car like the C7 when they could just get a C7 for roughly the same price.
A group of enterprising “scientists” decided they wanted to see how far different sized tires would travel off an Olympics regulation ski jump.
This one-of-one-hundred 1954 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster, which is going up for auction later this month, makes our writer want to be a better man, or at least a harder working one.
Well, this is the type of footage we have all been waiting for: straight from the onboard Performance Data Recorder of a C7 Z06 hitting the drag strip with some oomph.
Corvette Forum members are raving about one option you may not have realized is available with your C7: Ron Fellows Driving School.