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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.


One of the best ways to discover whether an exhaust is right for you is by listening to it in person. If you weren’t at Bloomington Gold this year, here’s the next best thing…

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Thanks to the positive reception the concept received, we’re hearing that Callaway is moving forward with plans to bring their long-roof Stingray into production. But what will it cost, and when can we get one?

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In a scaled-down version of the classic Corvette versus Viper rivalry, which will come out on top?

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Christmas is coming early for Corvette fans – the 2014 C7 Stingray begins shipping today, with production cars leaving the plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky even as you read this.

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Is there such a thing as a “dock find”? This C2 has suffered both at the hands of Mother Nature and an aborted restoration attempt. Can it be salvaged to live again?

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You could win one of two free Atomic LS EFI systems from MSD and Power Automedia, including professional installation – Check out all the details inside!

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This homage is reminiscent of some of the most sought-after C3 Corvettes ever sold, but is the cosmetic resemblance enough to draw top dollar in Dallas?

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Not everyone who tries to make the transition from racing to building and selling car parts does so successfully. It takes a mix of technical know-how and business savvy to pull it off.

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2014 will mark twenty years of the National Corvette Museum, which means that there will be a celebration, including nationwide caravans converging on Bowling Green.

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Though the crimes were committed by a pharmacist in the Tri-State Area, Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz was not suspected of any involvement.

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Do you have plans this weekend for Corvettes at Carlisle, one of the premiere annual Y-body events on the planet? You might want to carve out a little time to visit the two Corvette America locations at the show…

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It’s almost time – in just two weeks, the LS faithful will descend on Bowling Green, Kentucky, home of the Corvette, Holley Performance Products, and Beech Bend Raceway Park for the 2013 Holley LS Fest.

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This year, Whiteside Customs, in partnership with Kooks Headers and Texas Speed & Performance, is taking the ambitious route of putting together a new C7 Corvette for the SEMA show.

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Would-be Corvette buyers better bring a fat stack of Zedongs to the Chevy dealership when the C7 Stingray hits China next year. High taxes and fees are expected to push the price of America’s Sports Car above 1.5 million yuan, or more than $240k in US dollars.

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There is a special level of hell reserved for the truly despicable, like people who talk at the theater, and of course hit-and-run drivers. Today, we bring you the story of Corvette Forum user Marshal, better known as “Crowhater,” who had a close encounter with a coward behind the wheel of a pickup.

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The super-rare originals were designed to use Corvette components and powerplants to beat Shelby’s Cobras at their own game on road courses here in the US and abroad, but never reached the same level of development as the Cobra thanks to cold feet from Chevy.

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