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Paul Huizenga LSX TV & Corvette Online Editor

After some close calls on the street in his late teens and early twenties, Paul Huizenga discovered organized drag racing and never looked back, becoming a SFI-Certified tech inspector and avid bracket racer. Formerly the editor of OverRev and Race Pages magazines, Huizenga set out on his own in 2009 to become a freelance writer and editor.


With six days left on the auction, two bidders have already run the price up from a starting bid of $200 to an even grand, and there’s no reserve, so somebody is going to take this gem home…

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Shh! Did you hear that? That was the sound of Corvette Z06 “purists” around the globe, collectively losing their isht when Chevrolet revealed the 2015 Z06 Convertible.

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For someone looking to restore a carb-converted factory fuelie, even at almost $19 grand this Rochester mechanical fuel injection setup might be the investment of a lifetime…

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By a margin of 93.3% in favor, United Auto Workers local 2164 members have voted to authorize a strike at the General Motors plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky that produces the Chevrolet Corvette.

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Follow along as we upgrade Project Y2k with a new SSI intake manifold, 80mm throttle body, and high flow billet fuel rails from BBK… There’s a surprise at the end, too!

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“The strike vote doesn’t necessarily mean we will strike, but it does give us the authorization…” – UAW Local 2164 President Eldon Renaud

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Some of the cars swallowed up in the NCM disaster fared pretty well. Others, like this roofless ZR-1, not so much… If you have a sensitive spot for hurt cars, this video may be Not Safe For Lunch.

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With a 408 cubic inch motor force-fed by both a ProCharger F-1X supercharger and two stages of squeeze from Nitrous Express, a roll race is about the only place this car can really stretch its legs…

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The 2015 C7 will have an optional front-facing camera, but this decade-old technology lets this Corvette owner see in the dark…

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Every cloud has a silver lining, and the story of the NCM sinkhole has spurred a lot of Corvette fans and curious visitors to Bowling Green to tour the museum and see for themselves.

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What does it take to ready a new Corvette Z51 for track duty? While it’s the most race-ready factory Corvette ever built, there are a few things that should be done before turning a wheel in anger…

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This car bears the hallmarks of the early test fleet, including round LED taillights. Is it still actively in test service, or is this its last ride back home to an unknown and anonymous fate?

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Two and a half weeks after a sinkhole consumed eight irreplaceable cars in the Skydome section of the National Corvette Museum, the first victim has been removed from the chasm. And it runs!

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There has to be more to this story – who pulls the drivetrain from a running ZR1 just to build a hot rod?

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The forces of natural selection were thwarted last week when a bystander pulled reality show “star” Adam Lind from his burning Corvette. The crash caps more than 50 convictions since 2007 for the 23-year-old.

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Follow along as we upgrade Project Y2k’s suspension with a coilover conversion and new anti-roll bars from Pfadt

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