For Corvette enthusiasts, January 13th, 2013 was long awaited. Not only did this significant date mark the 60th anniversary of the first Corvette’s reveal almost to the day, it also marked the reveal of Corvette’s seventh generation. Want an up close and personal look at the C7? Check out the video inside.
by Lindsey Fisher on January 16, 2013
by Jesse Kleiber on February 15, 2013
Need attention? Never intend to drive your car on a sunny day? Then perhaps the “chrome dipped” vinyl wrap is for you!
by Rick Seitz on January 17, 2013
t hasn’t even been a week yet, but it’s safe to say that we’ve written more articles on the C7 than we would have ever imagined. We’ve covered everything, even the front license plate holder. But we finally have some deeper insight on the innovative instrument cluster, thanks to this video.
by Rick Seitz on January 17, 2013
So what if you have a ton of money, you want a Fisker Karma, but you want it to be fast? Oh, and what if you’re not really bothered by fuel mileage concerns or being eco-friendly? Then what you might want is a Destino! Confused? Don’t be…
by Lindsey Fisher on January 17, 2013
With all the anticipation for the C7 Corvette’s reveal now taken care of, enthusiasts are looking to the next big milestone – actually getting their hands on one of the new Stingrays. But enthusiasts might not be able to get behind the wheel of the new Corvette as easily as they thought.
by Michael Harding on January 17, 2013
Coming up this May, Heidts Performance Group is in their third year with the Midwest Performance Car Challenge. Being held at the Autobahn Country Club in Joliet, Illinois, we will be there to document the competition. Click the link to find out more!
by Clifton Klaverweiden on January 17, 2013
It’s clear that luck was on the side of these two late-model Corvette owners as they come within a hair’s width of swapping paint and fiberglass particles. Step inside to see just how close of a call this really was…
by Rick Seitz on January 23, 2013
Let’s face it; people can be stupid creatures by nature. They will do anything for attention, from jumping out of an airplane to attempting to ride a bicycle on a frozen lake. A lot of it is funny to watch on YouTube, but there’s a line that even we will draw when it comes to entertainment and sheer stupidity.
by Lindsey Fisher on January 18, 2013
While almost everyone looking to own a 2014 C7 Corvette will have to wait until later this year, one very lucky enthusiast will be able to secure their purchase of a new Stingray this weekend. That’s because Chevrolet is teaming up with Barrett-Jackson to offer the first C7 at auction this weekend.
by Chris Demorro on January 18, 2013
In the early 1980s, American car makers started toying with diesel engines. The results were, well, terrible, but some people still like those old oil-burners, including one chap who converted his 1978 Corvette into a diesel. Because… semi-truck?
Crane Cams is celebrating 60 years in business this year, and to help them celebrate we take a look back on their long and storied history as a performance parts leader.
If you leave your Corvette parked illegally, it could be gone before you come back from buying a coffee. Don’t think that your car is safe being sandwiched in between the bumpers of two cars, either. Thanks to Century Express, a towing company can have your car hooked and booked in a matter of seconds.
As expected, the C7 Corvette was beyond a crowd-pleaser when it hit the stage at the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction, and a long-time Chevy fan eventually walked away with the ultimate prize for $1.05 million. Can you guess who added the VIN 00001 C7 to their collection? Find out inside.
by Andrew Wolf on January 22, 2013
VP Racing Fuels has teamed with Petromark as the latest partner in their national branding strategy to bring VP-branded fueling stations to Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, and Tennessee.
The joy of purchasing a vintage Corvette can only be topped off by one thing- when the proceeds from the sale are going to good causes. Lucky for bidders at the 2013 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction, that’s exactly what they found with the collection of Chevy performance vehicles being auctioned off.
Sometimes it’s funny the way things work out, isn’t it? Every so often we hear the tale of somebody who bought some dilapidated car to use as a parts donor, only to keep it, and sell whatever it was they were working on in the first place. Such is the case with Lew Stitely’s ’53 Corvette.
We’re always on the lookout for interesting and unusual cars for our sites. Sometimes they’re good, sometimes they’re not so good. Take this Vette you’re looking at on our page. While we obviously have no quarrels against America’s only true sports car, there are things about this machine we could do without…
The official reveal of the C7 Vette was a historic event for Chevrolet and enthusiasts alike. While many of us gathered around our computers to see the unveiling streamed live over the internet, those who were lucky enough to be at the Detroit Auto Show got their hands on press kits that are now selling like crazy
This 1996 Corvette may be one of the lowest-mileage C4 Corvettes in existence, with just 622 careful miles on it. But are there any collectors out there really looking for a ’96 Corvette?
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by Lindsey Fisher on January 23, 2013
For little girls who grow up with Barbie dolls, the bright pink Barbie Corvette is a much-needed accessory. While many females in the industry can relate to having the pint-sized toy, one young lady recently got herself a “life-sized” pink Vette and you won’t believe how much style she has while driving it!