2005 Chevrolet Corvette Overview: History, Specs, and More

2005 was the beginning of the fifth generation of Corvettes, C6. With this generation, Chevrolet looked to refine the previous C5 models instead of completely redesigning a new model. Regardless of the methods used, GM announced the 2005 Chevrolet Corvette as an all new model. However, various press … [Read more...]

2007 Corvette History, Specs, and Performance

Many critics view the C6 generation of Corvettes as one of the most well-balanced and superbly engineered Corvettes to hit the streets in a long time. GM has continually improved upon the C6 line, fine tuning what works and improving what doesn’t. Here is a closer look at the 2007 Chevrolet Corvette … [Read more...]

1981 Corvette: History, Specs, and Other Options for Your Vette

The Corvette saw some major changes in 1981. Perhaps this is one of the reasons it has become a popular year for Corvette lovers. Or, just maybe, it’s that sleek body that has a posture that says “Challenge me, I dare you.” Regardless of the reason for its popularity, the 1981 Corvette is a piece of … [Read more...]

1999 Chevrolet Corvette: Models, Features, and Performance

When Corvettes first hit the dealerships, the idea was to have a sporty and enjoyable car that anyone could afford. Even as this icon of the American street machines up through the 70’s, Chevrolet did a good job of maintaining this founding principle. However, as technologies improved and Vettes … [Read more...]

1976 Corvette Stingray: History, Features, and More

The 1976 Corvette Stingray model was part of the third generation of the Chevrolet C3 lineup, and the last model year for the second generation of Chevrolet Corvette Stingrays. Chevrolet made 44,568 1976 Corvette Stingrays carrying serial numbers 1Z37*6S400001 to 1Z37*6S446558. At the time, this was … [Read more...]

1971 Corvette Stingray Specs, Value, Colors, and More

The 1971 Corvette is an ideal 2-door coupe or convertible vehicle designed for the enthusiasts of sports cars. The vehicle was manufactured by Chevrolet, and it is fair to say that it was a fitting match for other sport vehicles with much higher price tags. Indeed, the 1971 Corvette can easily be … [Read more...]

National Corvette Museum At Bowling Green, Kentucky

When people that have a passion for something bring their minds together, amazing things can turn out as a result! The founders of the National Corvette Museum had just that - pure passion for a popular two-seater sports car that would win over the hearts of many around the world! It started out … [Read more...]

Corvette Concept Car – The First Years

Concept cars often tend to get lost in the tides of time, especially the Corvette concept car models which belonged to such a historically long-lived brand. We’ve benefited from the wondrous features and marvels of the Corvette for well over half a century now, but none of this would have been … [Read more...]

1972 Corvette Stingray Specs, History, and Value

Very few cars are as iconic in American automotive history like the Chevy Corvette. The 1972 Corvette Stingray is a prime example. In this article, we are going to take a look at the history of the Corvette and how the 1972 Corvette became such a popular model for car enthusiasts. We are also going … [Read more...]

Corvette As Top Indy 500 Pace Car

The Indianapolis 500 has been around since 1911 and the Corvette, since 1953, but it wasn't until 1978 when the first Corvette got to lead the pack. America’s favorite sports car, the Corvette, began its long legacy in 1953, born from an American Dream. Corvette has since has lead the Indy 500 … [Read more...]