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Diego Rosenberg Freelancer

Diego's an automotive historian with experience working in Detroit as well as the classic car hobby. Today, he's a published automotive writer in print and online and have a network of like-minded aficionados to depend on for information that's not in the public domain; a guy who's led by his passions.


The designers of this C2-inspired car managed to get the proportions right, giving the Corvette fan mid-year style with all the amenities and safety of a modern Corvette. For lovers of classic Corvette style and modern power, performance, and comfort, this might be the best way to have it all…

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When the Corvette was kicking butt and taking names in the SCCA circuit, other manufacturers cried a river and got the Corvette banned from Showroom Stock GT. The Corvette Challenge was created as a response, giving Vette racers and fans alike a series and collectors an interesting C4 from the factory.

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Buying a classic Corvette is always a potential minefield – even beautiful cars can hide the sins of owners past beneath the skin. When Bob and Carrie Frampton discovered their dream ’61 wasn’t 100 percent right, they literally turned it upside down with a complete makeover and modern Corvette running gear.

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Nineteen seventy-one was a tough year for fans of high performanceat GM. In anticipation of new emissions regulations and unleaded fuel, GM reduced the compression on all its motors, but a few vehicles like the Corvette ended up going out with a bang. Equipped with the LS6/ZR2 package, it was the L88 incarnate.

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It’s only appropriate that the biggest Corvette gathering in the world gets our biggest-ever event coverage – check out the hundreds of photos in our in-depth look at this year’s Carlisle meet!

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Ever visit a car show and wonder, “What were they thinking? Why’d they ever do that to such a nice car?” Well, this 1968 Corvette may take the cake. The owner apparently has a Rolling Stone fetish, as he’s airbrushed Rolling Stones images all over his C3 and its accompanying trailer.

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Yeah, finding a car in a field is pretty nifty, but what happens when that car is a 1957 Corvette? And what happens when it’s apparent that the car was campaigned in the NHRA? Barn Finds has the story of this Vette, and while its history is not quite known, a few readers may have helped solve the riddle

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General Motors’ CEO is auctioning off his 1958 Corvette and donating the proceeds to Habitat for Humanity Detroit, which is using the proceeds to improve the Morningside Commons neighborhood. The hope is that the auction will help bring attention and resources to Habitat’s efforts to revitalize areas downtown.

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Florida resident Kevin Dubose is one of those people who understands the magic of owning a Corvette. However, he’s going to be enjoying his vehicle a little less due to some irresponsible shenanigans and the strong arm of the law.

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It’s likely you’ve read about some poor soul whose cars went up in flames. This recently happened to a gentleman in Illinois, who lost his prized 1966 Corvette plus a number of other vehicles. When you’ve owned a car for 44 years, no amount of insurance can cover the loss or pain.

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Corvette. America’s Sports Car. From awkward six-cylinder roadster to 265 small block V8 and beyond, it’s been a reflection of American culture for almost 60 years. And now it’s ready for Prime Time in a new market – South Korea.

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Do you have a favorite Corvette? Is there an option that presses your button? Two stalwarts of the hobby published their own books that should tell you all you need to know about your favorite year (and then some). Those books are The Corvette Black Book and Mike Yager’s Corvette Bible.

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