What’s in a Name?
We recently ran a story with spy shots (pictured here) of the alleged C7 super-performance car out testing. As you probably know by now, it’s rumored that this iteration of super-Vette will lose the vaunted Z06 moniker. Does it really matter? As Corvette owners and enthusiasts we know first-hand that change can upset certain traditionalists (ahem, […] More »
The 1979 Corvette was the best selling model year in history. Following the success the company had marketing the Indianapolis Pace Car and the Silver Anniversary car in 1978, the 1979 model surprisingly topped the outstanding results from that year, selling a whopping 53,804 cars, over 7,000 more than 1978, and to this day remains […] More »
CF member Hypntyz received a rough C4 for his thirtieth birthday that he proceeded to restore, rebuild and modify. When he got it, “it was almost ruined with 117k miles, [it had] flat-spotted tires and chrome-flaking [off of] ZR1 knockoff wheels, faded paint with yellow fiberglass showing, rotten interior, leaking windows and targa top, half […] More »
Via CorvetteVideos.TV Here’s more video of the 2014 Corvette Stingray running through the autocross course during the Media Drive in Monterey in Aug 2013. Check out how well the instructor puts the Stingray through its paces as that beautiful exhaust note fills the air. Visit CorvetteVideos.TV for the best selection of hand-picked Corvette videos.
The idea that some things drive people nuts when it comes to their car really isn’t big news. Just about every person who owns an automobile has some pet peeve about their vehicle that could be considered a little odd. I mean c’mon, if you think about it, even referring to your car as “my […] More »