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Lindsey Fisher Contributing Editor

Lindsey is a freelance writer and lover of anything with a rumble. Hot rods, muscle cars, motorcycles - she's owned and driven it all. When she's not busy writing about them, she's out in her garage wrenching away. Who doesn't love a tech-savy gal that knows her way around a garage?


When it comes to collecting unique and rare vehicles, Barrett-Jackson is your one stop shop for pretty much anything you could desire, including many first-production cars and last week, one more graced the famous auction block. But it wasn’t just any low-VIN car that made it’s appearance at Palm Beach

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A couple of weeks ago we got a good laugh out of Michael Brown’s All-Electric ZR1 spoof, but according to a teaser image just released by Detroit Electric, an electric Corvette-like vehicle may not be too far off from what the revived company has in store for the automotive market this year.

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By now you already know that the #4 Corvette Racing car took the GT victory at the 12 Hours of Sebring over the weekend, but what’s an event like this really like for the professional drivers behind the wheel of these highly competitive cars?

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For years, General Motors and Barrett-Jackson have teamed up not only to sell the first production model of many iconic Chevys, but also for the benefit of countless charities across the country. As the Barrett-Jackson Palm Beach Auction nears, this time the two will be auctioning off the first C7 convertible.

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Whether you’re an avid engine builder or would just like to try your luck, the engine building competitions held at three Goodguys events this season are sure to fire things up! Plan your trips now, and start studying those engines while you can, and check out the details here.

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With all this talk about going green, hybrids and fluctuating gas prices, it’s surprising that we haven’t seen a car manufacturer attempt to convert one of our beloved American classics into an electric vehicle. But what would happen if Chevy decided to transform the Corvette into a green machine?

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Enthusiasm toward the Corvette model is at an all-time high right now thanks to the recent debut of the 2014 C7 Stingray and it’s drop-top sister. But beyond the brand new model, the National Corvette Museum is aiming to keep that enthusiasm going with plans to break ground on the new Motorsport Park this summer

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While not everyone’s idea of the perfect Corvette, we have to admit this one-of-a-kind car certainly is appealing in its own right. Whether it’s for a prom date or a special outing, what open-minded car guy would say no to a stretch Corvette?

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It wasn’t long ago that the 2014 C7 made its debut at the Detroit Auto Show, but Corvette enthusiasts are already onto bigger and better things. That’s because, in less than 24 hours, the C7 convertible is set to make its debut at the Geneva Motor Show, but you don’t have to wait until then to see it.

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When it comes to Corvettes, you can’t go wrong with the classic C1 body style, especially if you ask Corvette owner Dick Brazzell from Arvada, Colorado. This enthusiast has owned a couple Vettes in his time but always favored the 1959-1960 first-gens, and his ’60 show car is a testament to why.

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While snow will melt, dirt will wash off and rain will bead away, hail damage is forever, or at least a costly repair. That’s what makes the Hail Protector Automobile Hail Protection System so great. Check it out inside!

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Dealing with cold temperatures, slick driving conditions, and magnesium chloride or salt to clear the roads (depending on which state your reside in) are enough to drive anyone crazy in a daily driver. But add rear-wheel-drive, high-performance,V8-wielding sports cars to the mix, and you’re just asking for it…

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So far, we’ve seen the interior, exterior, engine and seemingly every little detail of the C7 Corvette, but it’s what’s under all that which truly proves the car to be a high-class,high-performance competitor in the sports car market. Here’s a look under the skin of the best Corvette yet…

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Late-model Corvettes have always been known for their performance and beauty – at least on the outside. With the introduction of the new 2014 C7 Stingray, Chevrolet’s designers have taken a whole new look at the driver’s environment in the most substantial interior makeover in the model’s history. Does it succeed?

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With the C7 Corvette’s new looks, improved handling and power numbers, the seventh-gen sports car is sure to please enthusiasts from the light-hearted thrill seeker to the more status-minded business man. But are the features of the 2014 Corvette enough to pull the model out of its midlife crisis image problem?

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While we’re sure aesthetics, power, and options fuel many collectors’ choices on which models to buy, avid Chevy enthusiast Bill Mullis has a unique thing he looks for in all of his acquisitions – they must be black. Check out Mullis’ amazing collection of black Corvettes and other notable Chevys inside.

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