This Chevrolet Corvette Stingray C7 Belongs in an Art Museum
The Washington Auto Show is in full swing through the end of the month, and this C7 Stingray is surely one of the highlights.
Rick Hendrick dished out big money for first production model Corvettes from the years 1955, ’56, and ’57.
If you’re going to order a Corvette, go the distance. It may be one of the larger purchases you’ll ever make, so make it a decision you will never regret.
It’s incredible to think that in 24-hours of racing, a finish would come down to mere fractions of a second. But that’s exactly what happened in the GT LeMans Class at the Rolex 24-Hours of Daytona, with Corvette Racing’s C7.Rs setting a new record for Margin of Victory.
A new NCM exhibit, commemorating the sinkhole disaster and the restoration efforts that followed, is set to open on February 12th, 2016, exactly two years after that fateful day.