What’s New This Week: Press Release Roundup

by John Coyle Corvette Forum My Jaguar XJ6 had an automatic, and so did my old pickup. But all my other cars have been sticks, it fit those vehicles, but I’ve always preferred rowing my own gears. So it’s been depressing to see standards disappearing, and even more depressing to see what a dismal percentage […] More »

  Comments | By - May 4, 2012

Take One Giant Leap with Neil Armstrong’s 1967 Corvette

Every little kid at some point in his or her life wanted to be an astronaut at one time or another. Only a very few actually end up living out there spacey dreams. Neil Armstrong did just that when he became the first person to step on the moon in July of 1969. Unfortunately, you

  Comments | By - May 3, 2012

Corvette Joyrider Gets Busted

This video posted by WFTV in Cocoa, Florida is a Corvette owner’s worst nightmare. You probably cringe when you have to turn the keys to your pride and joy over to a parking lot attendant when you just go to a restaurant. Imagine if the following happened while you were on a long cruise. Companies

  Comments | By - May 1, 2012

2013 Arctic White Corvettes on Display at the NCM Bash

At the NCM Bash on Friday, visitors were greated with a lineup of 2013 Corvettes on display on the patio outside the Museum. The display included the new 427 Convertibles as well as a Grand Sport, Z06 and a ZR1, all in 60th Anniversary white trim. At the end of the day, we were able

  Comments | By - April 28, 2012

What’s New This Week: Press Release Roundup

by John Coyle Corvette Forum First, let me say that I’m not in favor of people getting killed because of “unintended acceleration.” Nobody likes getting killed. But even though the big brains over at NASA weren’t able to find any fault with Toyota in those cases, the NHTSA wants automakers to install Accelerator Control Systems, […] More »

  Comments | By - April 27, 2012

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