My Generation: What’s “Historically Significant,” Anyway? Page 2

A 1955 Mercedes- Benz 300 SL Gullwing (previously owned by Clark Gable) sold for just over $2 million and a world record was set for a 1947 Talbot-Lago T-26 Grand Sport which also sold for over $2 million.   Another world’s record was set with by a 1956 Chrysler Diablo Concept Convertible which was hammered […] More »

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Five Tips for Taking it to the Track 1

Moderation is the Key to Mods A hot cam, the stickiest R-compound tires and the latest trick suspension pieces aren’t going to do anything for a track neophyte. And since classes are mostly defined by the level of track prep, you might just wind up modding yourself out of your class.      Plus, there’s […] More »

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Spring Fever: Z06 Driveshaft on the Cheap

One of the best ways to modify your Corvette on the cheap is by purchasing take-offs from those building up their vehicles, and this listing of C6 Z06 goodies should put a smile on the face of any C6 owner.   The listing originally offered the stock C6 Z06 shifter, shift knob and driveshaft but […] More »

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Pagination Test

by Teddy FieldCorvette Forum America’s Sports car was conceived at a time when jet planes and space capsules held our collective imagination. So it seems natural that a car like the 1953 Corvette would sport lines seemingly inspired by the pages of Buck Rogers’ Space Accessory Catalog. Nearly 60 years later, America is still in […] More »

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My Generation: To Buy or Not To Buy, Page 6

And I refuse to beat a dead horse and discuss the rear fascia. All I will say is the problem goes beyond the tail lights. The rear fascia resembles a Camaro’s with a bad body kit tacked on to it. It was a serious mistake to dump the traditional round classic tail lights. They were […] More »

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