Tag: Woodward Dream Cruise

Corvettes at the Woodward Dream Cruise

At this year’s Woodward Dream Cruise it was hard to ignore the dominance of Corvettes at the event, like the new Z06 on display at the Chevy booth.

  Comments | By - August 19, 2014

The Cure for Polar Vortex Induced Depression—Planning Your Back to the Bricks™/Corvette Reunion Week

As the “polar vortex” blankets much of the country and the dreaded February “blues” set in, one of the best diversions to help brighten your outlook and pull you out of the doldrums is to begin planning your summer automobile event calendars. Just the thought of those sunny days and warm summer nights is enough to send the vortex back to the poles.

  Comments | By - February 10, 2014

Back to the Bricks: A Can’t Miss Corvette Reunion

by Rick Tavel  special to Corvette Forum  ? 3-17-2013 All Rights Reserved Do Not Duplicate Without Permission If you are like most enthusiasts about this time of year you are experiencing a bad case of ?cabin fever?.  Shut in by the cold and the snow and too early to wake your hibernating car from its […] More »

  Comments | By - March 25, 2013

Chevrolet’s Harlan Charles Celebrates the C5 Generation of Corvette

Content provided by CorvetteBlogger.com As Chevrolet looks back at 60 years of Corvettes, the focus today is the C5 generation that started in 1997 and ended in 2004. Corvette Product Manager Harlan Charles filmed this tribute to the 5th gen Corvette from the Corvette Time Line at Detroit’s Woodward Dream Cruise last month. The C5 generation […] More »

  Comments | By - September 27, 2012

Milestones of the Corvette “Sting Ray” Generation

Content provided by CorvetteBlogger.com Here is the second video installment from the Corvette Time Line at Detroit’s Woodward Dream Cruise that honors the significant milestones during Corvette’s 60 years of production. Corvette’s Product Marketing Manager Harlan Charles is once again your host as he takes you back to Corvette’s second generation ? 1963 to 1967. The […] More »

  Comments | By - September 12, 2012

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