Earlier this year, a 1967 L88 Corvette set a new record at auction, selling for $3.2 million. Could Harley Earl’s personal custom 1963 convertible eclipse that price in Chicago this October?
by Nigel Dobbie on June 28, 2013
In fairness to the ACO / FIA, the balance of performance is a hugely difficult task, and all of the manufacturers will do whatever they can to make it appear their car is slower before the race. This year the ACO / FIA got it badly wrong….
by Paul Huizenga on June 19, 2013
When I see some classic car with less than 100 miles on the clock, it makes me a little bit melancholy – it’s the “new in box” Star Wars action figure from 1977 that no kid ever got to play with and love.
by Nigel Dobbie on March 19, 2013
With two hours to go, ex-Corvette Racing driver Olivier Beretta in the Risi Ferrari 458 led by just over a minute from the recovering #4 Corvette with Oliver Gavin at the wheel. Tommy Milner took over for the final stints with still more than 30 seconds to find in the last hour…
by Paul Huizenga on March 7, 2013
Publishing titan Robert E. Petersen founded the museum with the intention of creating a very different sort of experience for car lovers, and no matter what the current theme might be, a visit to the Petersen is worth taking time for as a part of any visit to SoCal.
by Rick Tavel on February 11, 2013
January is a hot month for car collectors, with multiple high-profile auctions going on across the country. But behind the stage lights, TV coverage, and million dollar cars, the world of collector car auctions is still a place where it’s possible to find the right ride for the right price, if you know the game.
by Clifton Klaverweiden on February 6, 2013
Does the new Gen V small-block Chevy mean the end of the line for the LS movement? Or will the LS platform remain the max-performance engine of choice as the aftermarket and tuners struggle to crack the more complex ECU of the LT1?
by Rick Tavel on January 10, 2013
The Barrett-Jackson auctions are a must-attend for any true car nut, even if you’re just window shopping and never bid. But how does a first-timer survive the sensory overload with sanity intact? Read on and find out…
by Blair Sonnen on November 8, 2012
As part of our ongoing series of editorials penned by aftermarket insiders, we asked Pfadt Race Engineering’s Blair Sonnen about what their game plan is for parts development once the 2014 C7 Corvette is launched. Here’s what he shared with us…
by Paul Huizenga on August 31, 2012
Surprisingly, most of the time when someone doesn’t work out, it’s not because they are bad writers or can’t tell an F-bomb from a F-stop – it’s some kind of self-sabotaging behavior…
On a recent balmy, sunny Southeastern Friday, just under 50 cars competed in the Grassroots Motorsports (GRM) 2012 Ultimate Track Car Challenge (UTCC). The event happens every year at the historic, scenic and exhilarating Virginia International Raceway, between South Boston and Danville, Virginia.
by Paul Huizenga on July 18, 2012
The behind the scenes story of how we found a video of the 2014 Corvette’s nose being manufactured, didn’t realize what we had, got a bunch of links back from two dozen different websites, and then had to hide it all once again because we don’t have a bunch of money to spend proving that we’re right.
by JustinAbbott on July 10, 2012
Zip’s VP and Technical Supervisor takes us through how well the LS3 responds to simple upgrades, and makes the case for the LS platform being the best V8 Chevy’s ever made, hands down.
by Paul Huizenga on June 1, 2012
One of the hottest current topics among the Corvette faithful has been what the next-gen C7 Corvette, slated to debut as a 2014 model, will be like. Now, thanks to a strategic leak, we can reveal notes from the design team never before seen outside the cloistered and sworn-to-secrecy C7 Corvette engineering staff.
by Blair Sonnen on May 31, 2012
While everybody wants to be able to say they have “race car” parts on their street ride, often the compromises involved make for a miserable experience in the real world. Pfadt Race Engineering’s Blair Sonnen gives us some insight into how to make the right choice for your balance of road and track use.
by Chris Demorro on March 8, 2012
The C6 Chevy Corvette is long overdue for a replacement, and it’s coming. Just not fast enough for the ravenous auto journalists who latch on to every rumor about the next-generation Corvette. By getting everyone all hyped up, are these journalists setting themselves and their audiences up for disappointment?
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.
by Rick Seitz on December 26, 2011
What’s hotter, classic Chevy iron or the fuel injected, high tech wizardry of today? Occasionally you have those who are on the fence, arguing the case for each subject, but no matter what, there’s always going to be the debate on whom or what was better. What’s my personal opinion? Both!
by Lauren Hargrove on December 24, 2011
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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by Mark Gearhart on November 28, 2011
Think back…remember all the gauges? It was like sitting in the cockpit of a commercial airliner. Between the tuning and gauges cost, you were knee deep in a second mortgage on your house. Finally (thank god) technology has caught up, and being a muscle car enthusiasts in the 21st century is the best place to be