Eight year plus resto-mod nearing completion.
First appearance of the Big Block Chevy. Great collection of historic photos.
Not seen this one before.
Dr. Dick Thompson, arguably the greatest pure Corvette racer of them all.
Did GM influence Fiberfab to stop production?
Only Corvette owners could get Corvette News and I didn’t own a Corvette, or know anybody that had one.
118 photos show how the 1963 Corvette was assembled on the pilot line at the St. Louis plant.
This short clip captures some of the Corvette C7R drama at the 2015 LeMans.
Before reading Karl Ludvigsen’s book, Corvette, America’s Star Spangled Sports Car, I had dismissed the Corvette SS as mostly a styling exercise. No so.
Sting Ray? Stingray? StingRay? Which is it?
Brock’s involvement with the design of the 1963 Corvette Sting Ray has been well overshadowed by his successes at Shelby American, but they are no less fascinating.
The Pete Klain Corvette restored by Mike Parks. Graphics by yours truly.
The car stood out was because no other competitor was foolhardy enough to spend so much effort on body decoration for a car likely as not to be damaged on the race course.
I had a 1965 Corvette Coupe follow me home in March, 2010. A shiny red disaster.
Nothing turns heads like that anymore. Nothing.
He had quite a career.
Shinoda was outspoken, candid, humorous, and firmly believes in what he is doing.
Bob Caderet renderings, Corvette Nomad and Corvair artwork, early Corvette production shots, Astro I, Astro II, XP-819, Mako Shark I and II vintage photos, and a few unusual Motorama photos.
Great Corvette Videos.
“Bill Mitchell absolutely hated the 2-Rotor and was very verbal about it calling it all kinds of nasty four letter words.”
Designing and building the Corvette SS.
Mystery Photo. Turns out it was a Toronado proposal.
A rare brochure showing the development of the Aerovette.
Years ago I had this neighbor, Marge, who was seriously into opera.