1963 Corvette Stingray History

The 1963 Corvette Stingray was a step forward for the brand in many senses. It managed to innovate the market with an intricate design, novel at the time, and with its impressive handling prowess. Even though no horsepower specs have been changed, the Corvette’s acceleration was still better than … [Read more...]

Corvette Clubs & Associations for all Corvette Enthusiasts

Check Out Our Guide To The Best Corvette Clubs BEWARE!  This article isn’t for those NOT feeling passionately about the Chevrolet Corvette and everything about it. That much is obvious, isn’t it? Whether you call them Corvette associations, Corvette clubs, or Corvette rehab centers (you never … [Read more...]

Used Corvette Buyers Guide: Here’s What to Look For

We Hope You Enjoy Our Corvette Buyers Guide Purchasing a used car has the opportunity to be one of the most advantageous deals you could strike when searching out vehicles to drive. You’ll be able to find cars at low prices, especially if they’re models that are about two or three years old. A car … [Read more...]

From the 1963 Corvette to the 2015 Z06: Ranking the Best

Don’t be fooled by the title – there’s no particular order. And even if there were, even at its worst, the Chevrolet Corvette has left its huge mark on the automobile industry by becoming a title almost instantly associated with the elite of supercars. Numerous models have been released through the … [Read more...]

The Corvette Museum: Learning the History of Chevy Corvettes

For the lovers of everything Corvette, there is only one place on this earth that properly amasses everything that we adore about them. In south-central Kentucky, in the United States, those who decide to pick up a map and pay a visit will be able to notice two havens dedicated to admiration for the … [Read more...]

The 1953 Corvette: All You Need to Know

When it comes to classic sports cars, few names are as well-known as Chevrolet’s 1953 Corvette. Now on its 7th generation, the Corvette has been a permanent fixture in car shows across the United States for more than 60 years. The 1953 Corvette was the first model to be introduced to the public at … [Read more...]

Understanding the Split Window Corvette Legacy

After the early success of the first Corvette in 1953, there was a lot of pressure on the second generation of Stingray, Split Window Corvette models to solidify the iconic image that the brand was slowly but surely establishing. First generation Corvettes managed to become All-American icons … [Read more...]

The Turbo Corvette That Never Was

Did Someone Say Turbo? Amazing as it may sound, Chevrolet made some strides in experimental engines in the early 1960s with 1962 Corvair Monza. These options would be an attempt to develop more horsepower into the smaller engines build for these smaller vehicles. GM also optioned the 1962 … [Read more...]

Corvette Stingray – What’s In The Name?

CORVETTE STINGRAY, We Like It! The name Corvette comes from the smallest class of vessel considered to be a warship. The typical size of the modern Corvette is between 500 tons and 2,000 tons although recent designs may approach 3,000 tons, which might instead be considered a small frigate. It is … [Read more...]

The Father Of The Corvette

The Man - The Legend Harley Earl had been producing "Dream Cars" or at least dream designs since the late 30's with his Buick Y-Job in '37 and in 1951 designed the elegant Buick Le Sabre. The Le Sabre incorporated a number of styling details gleaned from aerospace design. It was his deep … [Read more...]