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Lauren Hargrove Freelancer

Lauren is a freelance writer with experience working for several enthusiast publications. She has a strange fondness for black primer, and proudly refuses to paint her '65 Mustang Fastback or the '61 Lincoln Continental. Drag racing has always been a hobby of Lauren's - actually more like an addiction.


Chris Yeager, a Lieutenant in East Whiteland Police Department stated that Jorge Garcia, the driver of the black C5 was doing approximately twice the legal speed limit of 40 MPH on King Road before plunging off the tarmac.

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Generally Mexican fast food joints typically appeal to teenagers and/or revelers after last call, but it is hard to tell what would possess a Corvette driver to brave snowy conditions for heartburn in burrito wrapper.

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Thanks to YouTube, viewers are able to take a glimpse and what lies beneath the hood of the unassuming white C5. Imagine the potent combination of an LSX along with the addition of rear-mounted turbos?

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One man is dead and a former NYPD officer has served nearly a decade in prison (and may be returning) following a dispute over where a Corvette was parked. This incident destroyed two families and left the justice system on trial.

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The good folks at Holley Performance Products announced the official dates for the 2012 LS Fest in Bowling Green, Kentucky. For the 2012 Holley LS Fest, Beech Bend Raceway will again be home to some of the wildest, most powerful LS powered cars and trucks from September 7 to September 9, 2012.

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Plenty of companies claim to design and produce high quality restoration products for vintage Corvettes, but few are as dedicated to ensuring fit and finish like the guys at Corvette Central. Few venture as far as Corvette Central has with their Project Split Mod, a 1963 Split Window Coupe that was in need of help

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It is hard to imagine what a C6 Corvette and a turtle could possibly have in common, but there are certainly a couple of things that come to mind. First off, turtles and Corvettes do not handle cold weather, but more importantly once each of these land on their lid, they are essentially screwed.

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You’ve seen the LMR “Reaper” ZR1 Corvette do its thing at the dragstrip – here we see proof of the power they’re putting down with a dyno pull that blurs the line between “streetable” and “nobody needs that much power, but we sure as hell want it!”

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Every year, Corvette drivers will brave the elements and attempt to navigate their high performance sports cars through snowdrifts and down icy streets. And every year, they will fail in ways that are simultaneously sad and entertaining to watch. These are those drivers…

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Drag racing does require a certain amount of skill even when driving a relatively stock vehicle. Taking a stock Prius or other econobox to the local dragstrip requires little skill or talent, but taking a C6 Corvette to an airfield turned drag strip takes a little finesse and common sense.

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Typically additional LED lighting on a Corvette serves to irritate most enthusiasts, resulting in numerous negative comments, but a lighted Corvette parade tends to make most car lovers smile. Corvettes of Lake County took part in the 24th annual Lakeport, California lighted parade.

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Some Corvette enthusiasts do not share unconditional love for every single generation of the car’s existence and development, but the C3 seems to generate the most negativity in the looks department. For those looking for C3 with a little character and history then perhaps a 1973 Can-Am C3 is the car for you.

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Santa’s elves are loading up the sleigh with treats for good little girls and boys, but for the bowtie lover I am focusing my Christmas list on what I want from GM. Since the song covers 12 days of Christmas, this list is going to be contain the dozen things I want to wake up find under or near my tree…

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We don’t begrudge Santa his collection of red Corvettes, but Mrs. Claus might be a little too understanding when it comes to the company he keeps while making the rounds on Christmas eve…

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Deloreans aren’t the only automotive time machines – this custom Corvette takes you straight back to the eighties, when it was cool to have a car that looked like a Miami drug smuggler’s offshore boat.

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