Corvette History Through Ads: Performance Advertising Makes a Comeback
Corvette History Through Ads Performance Advertising Makes a Comeback By Rick Tavel ?All rights reserved The first two years of the C2 Corvette, advertising focused on the car’s comfort and convenience options, frequently depicting the car as more of a personal luxury car than a performance car. Coupled with the new coupe’s heavy advertising bias, […] More »
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Photo Credit: Peter Cihelka / The Free Lance-Star If you see a white C5 convertible on Route 66 over the next few days, you might just be witnessing a dream coming true. Bob Welborn, a 62-year-old Corvette enthusiast, was up before the sun last Thursday morning, heading west to live out a boyhood fantasy of
Strategic Vision announced the winners of their 18th annual Total Quality Awards last week. Just like last year, the Chevrolet Corvette Coupe took best of show honors in the Premium Coupe category. The C6 also topped the Premium Convertible/Roadster division as well. For the first time in more than 10 years, domestic cars make up
Our friend Adam Boca is at the Lone Star Classic Corvette show on behalf of the NCM Insurance Agency and the National Corvette Museum. Earlier today he tweeted that a Lime Rock Green C7 Corvette would be making an appearance at the Corvette show. And now we see that the first video showing the newest