Tag: 1964 Corvette

Loving This 1964 Corvette Is a Family Affair

The Chevrolet Corvette is a lot of things to many people. To some, it’s a track toy. To others, it’s a retirement gift. To Carol Horowitz, a black C2 droptop is a family car.

  Comments | By - April 11, 2017

LS3-Powered 1964 Corvette

Wait ‘til you read how this classic beauty gained its power.

  Comments | By - February 14, 2017

Corvette Thief Caught After $25k Craigslist Scam

Anyone stupid enough to steal a classic ’64 Corvette and sell it on Craigslist should at least be nominated for Idiot of the Year.

  Comments | By - December 10, 2015

Corvette Z06 With 36-Gallon Fuel Tank Heads to Mecum

There may be some confusion about how many Corvettes with 36-gallon fuel tanks were built back in the ‘60s, but there’s certainly no question about how valued these cars are to auctioneers now.

  Comments | By - March 27, 2015

Story of Vet and his Corvette Captures the True Spirit of America

I have to admit, I’ve always been partial to any story about a U.S. veteran’s love for his or her American automobile. To me, these two things represent a lot of the stuff that makes America great. Over the years, I’ve come across some pretty emotional stories about veterans and their cars, but the one I stumbled on of a former Marine staff sergeant named Mike Kimmons probably tops the list.

  Comments | By - April 7, 2014

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