Corvette Society Celebrating 23 Years 1995-2018 It's All About The Cars!

This Twin Turbo C2 Corvette is a Blast to Watch Run!

Guest Speaker Alan Blay November / December 2017 Meeting / May 2018

Our November 2017 meeting had Alan Blay as our guest speaker. Alan and I go back over 30 years and his experience and knowledge of Corvettes and the car hobby in general exceeds any ones expectations. I have below the video or part 1 of a discussion he had regarding 1930 – 1953 motors especially the Blue Flame 6 cylinder. November Meeting Part 1 December Meeting Part 2 May 1, 2018 Part 3                                                                                 May 1,...

Cool Corvette Commercials

One Owner 1963 Corvette

This past Saturday (April 14) we had a tech session at Benchmark Restorations 100 N Strong Avenue Lindenhurst NY 11757. Our members had the opportunity to see a one owner 63 Corvette. We had the new owner Joe C describe his experience in purchasing his one owner 1963 Silver Blue Corvette. The vehicle has been in Maryland all of its life until  now where Joe is cleaning and going over the car with a fine tooth...

One of 10,494: A 1963 Corvette Split-Window Story

Written by John Gilbert on February 12, 2018 Grant Cox – Photographer; There were 10,494 Corvette split-window coupes built for 1963, so there has to be at least that many stories, and thousands more if a pass-around rate for Corvette owners is added to the mix. If a person works real hard in life they get to buy back all of the prized possessions they let go in their younger years, or at least...

The 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 just embarrassed the Ford GT

By Gary Gastelu | Fox News Chevy’s new “King of the Hill” Corvette truly rules. The upcoming 2019 Corvette ZR1 has claimed the production car lap record at Virginia International Speedway, annihilating a time set last year by the Ford GT supercar. The ZR1’s 755 hp 6.2-liter V8 is the most powerful GM engine ever. The Latest Escalation in the Pony-Car arms Race 2018 is a year of multiple improvements, a sort of mechanical...

Here’s a Tour of the 2019 Chevy Corvette ZR1

2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Assembly Plant

Amazing Muscle Car Era Factory Assembly Lines

Cutaway 1965 Corvette tops $1 million in Scottsdale sale

Kurt Ernst on Jan 24th, 2018   As 1965 Corvettes go, the Le Mans Blue coupe that crossed Barrett-Jackson’s Scottsdale stage as lot 1413 isn’t particularly quick, and it certainly won’t post impressive handling numbers. In fact, it doesn’t run at all, but as a one-of-one cutaway 1965 Corvette demonstrator, it represents an interesting and valuable piece of Corvette history. On Saturday, January 20, the cutaway Corvette sold for a fee-inclusive price of $1.1...

1967 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe in Silver & L88 427

Engine Sound on My Car Story with Lou Costabile  

Story on The Corvette / Corvette: Reflections of the Stylemakers

1967 C2 Corvette Spared by Hurricane Sandy is Found

  HOT ROD Scotty Lachenauer Daniel Schutzbank likes to get up early and get his morning fix of muscle car news on the web. It’s typical for Daniel to scroll through pages of info on his favorite sites, looking for interesting topics featuring his favorite muscle car rides. It’s both a hobby and a small part-time business for him, and also for his younger brother David. A few months back, Daniel happened upon a...

Corvette Wheels Pt. 1 of 3 – 1953 to 1967

A Historical Look Back at the Wheels Vettes Ride On After the characteristics of body shape and color, wheels are arguably the most definitive aspect of a car’s personality. A great looking set of wheels can make an average car (such as a Chevy Nova) look like a hot car with just a set of Cragar wheels. Having good looking wheels is the fastest way to get people to tell you, “Hey man, nice...