Evolution of the Corvette Grand Sport – Fall, Revival, and New

Corvette fans collectively sigh whenever the name Grand Sport is brought up into the picture. Sure, there’s a certain feeling of nostalgia about it, but the biggest reason for sorrow is the fact that, in many aspects, the Grand Sport was a wasted potential. Zora Arkus-Duntov, the chief engineer at … [Read more...]

Pricing Your Corvette: All You Need to Know

This article will guide you through pricing your Corvette, and our list of figures will at the very least give you a place to start when pricing your corvette or better yet, when you're looking to buy. The Chevrolet Corvette has been present in the dreams of both boys and men for more than 60 years. … [Read more...]

The Mid Engine Corvette of 2017: Discovering the Zora

Rumors of a mid engine Corvette have been circulating for years, but Chevrolet has yet to risk releasing one. In fact, GM has never officially confirmed any plans to build a mid engine Corvette. Speculation about the car has increased in recent months after GM’s head of global product development, … [Read more...]

Corvette Car Shows You Should Know About

Chevrolet Corvettes are some of the most iconic American cars ever built, with vintage models being prized by car collectors around the world. With their status as a classic American sports cars, it’s unsurprising that you can find representatives of the Corvette lineage in almost every classic car … [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...]

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...]

Restomods or Restoration?

              If you don't know what the difference is between a Restomod and a Restoration, You'll just have to read on! What option do you think is better? What option looks cool to you? What option will cost more to build? What option brings … [Read more...]

Bowling Green Plant Open For Over 33 Years!

Amazing Success! The Corvette got its birth rights at a plant in Flint, Michigan where in 1953, three hundred of the first Corvettes where hand built! Production of the Corvette moved only one year later to a facility in St. Louis, Missouri, where the car was manufactured for 27 years. And then … [Read more...]

Chevrolet Corvette – Is This The Best Sports Car?

You Bet It Is! Definitely a convincing drive, the 2015 Chevrolet Corvette ZO6 will make you a Corvette lover, if your not already one. By investing time into this American made sports car, you will quickly see that it not only looks great, it drives great too!  If your in the market for a true … [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...]