1970 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

The 1970 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray has to be one of the most beloved Corvettes of all time. This is highly due to the sleek and unique body style of the C3 generation Corvette. The 1970 Corvette sits right smack in the middle of the C3 "chrome" generation running from the first of the C3s, the … [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 C4 – 1990 -1996 Part II

That big news was, of course, the 1990 Corvette ZR-1 coupe (the ZR-1 was never available as a convertible). Nicknamed "King of the Hill," the ZR-1 was built around the Lotus-designed, Mercury Marine-built, all-aluminum 5.7-liter DOHC 32-valve LT5 V8 making an astounding 375 hp. That is, it made 375 … [Read more...]

Corvette C4 – 1984-1996 Part I

Corvette C4 - Part I 1984-1989 If someone every tries to sell you a 1983 Corvette…BUY IT! It would be the most RARE Corvette ever! NOT true! Hey, what happened to 1983? The drastic change from the previous-generation Corvette to the new one was so radical that it took a while to get the Bowling … [Read more...]

Corvette C5 1997-2004

The Most Completely Redesigned Corvette of Its Time The new fifth-generation C5 Corvette became the most completely redesigned Corvette since its origin in 1953. Scrapped was the C4 engine in addition to the total concept of how the C4 was engineered. This new generation Corvette would get a top … [Read more...]