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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

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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...

For Sale: Zora Duntov’s Experimental 1955 Corvette $3,500 OBO — Time Machine Required

by John Gilbert as republished from Super Chevy 1955 Duntov Corvette Dateline 11.24.15: There were only 700 Corvettes built in 1955, so that places 1953’s production run of 300 units at number one in rarity and bumps 1955 to second place. For a 21st Century Corvette collector buying a rare vintage Corvette can cost a bunch of money, but if one had a time machine that would make it a completely different story. With...

From the Archives of CARS Magazine: In Memory of Astoria-Chas 1967 427 L88 Corvette Roadster

Dateline: 7.16.11 “Astoria-Chas” Snyder – The Buddy Holly of Corvette Racing Glen Spielberg photo. As a lad growing up during the muscle car era in the South Jersey/Philadelphia area, CARS Magazine was my favorite car mag. The publication had a definite East Coast flavor and the magazine slightly favored Chevys, which was perfectly fine with me at the time. One of my favorite cars of the day was the 1967 427 L88 drag racer,...

General Meeting January 9, 2018

The monthly meetings are held on the first Tuesday of every month. 8:00 PM Sharp at the Levittown Hall. The Levittown Hall is located at the corner of Bamboo & Beech Lanes off of Levittown Parkway in Hicksville, L. I. N.Y. View Larger Map Happy New Year  2018! Our January meeting is not (Tuesday) January 2nd, our first meeting of the year is January 9, 2018

Remember When Mark Hamill Drove This In Corvette Summer?!

    Written by Zach Martin on December 15, 2017 If you’re a Star Wars fan, chances are you’ve been at the movies in the last 12 hours to see Star Wars: The Last Jedi. With massive blockbusters like this, it’s easy to forget that the actors also starred in other movies. In the case of actor Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker), he starred in Corvette Summer back when the original Star Wars trilogy was...
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History of Louis Chevrolet

Written by Mark DeSantis in collaboration with Ralph J. Kramer Although fans of the...

Merry Christmas

 This time of year brings festivities and family fun. It is a time for...