Misc. Corvette News
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – After more than four months and 1,200 man-hours of painstaking craftsmanship, restoration of the milestone 1 millionth Corvette – a white 1992 convertible – is complete.
According to the Logan County Sheriff's Office a 1976 Corvette was stolen last Friday, August 14, in the afternoon and was possibly seen on a trailer traveling east on Arkansas State Highway 22 between New Blaine and Delaware on Friday afternoon.
By Paul Kampe The Macomb Daily News The Woodward Dream Cruise doesn’t always end with cherished memories for the car enthusiasts who take part. Last year, as the annual event was winding down, Gordon and Arlene Ondrisek, of Rochester Hills, met friends for dinner at a Birmingham cafe. When the couple left the restaurant approximately […]
The Detroit News 11:48 p.m. EDT August 12, 2015 Bloomfield Hills — What do you call a car that is twisted steel and sex appeal while as All-American as a 12-gauge shotgun? A Corvette. For the 10th straight year more than 400 Vettes (and we don’t mean Chevettes) gathered in the parking lot of the […]
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) — Any car enthusiast could tell you that a good car can stand the test of time. “I’ve been building cars for the last 50 years,” said Vince Sica, a member of East Tennessee Corvette Club. So, Sica knows of what tough stuff is made. “Two years ago I was diagnosed with […]
by Ron Cherry Special to The Union Military pilots often have “the need for speed” that doesn’t stop when they touch ground, and they want a car that will fulfill that need. According to what they drove in the movie “The Right Stuff,” it often took the shape of a Corvette. When now-retired Naval aviator […]
By Matt Miller The Patriot News June 25, 2015 A long-running federal court battle over ownership of a battered, but exceptionally rare Corvette race car estimated to be worth at least $2.5 million has ended with the hammering out of a partnership agreement that contains a $750,000 buy-out clause. The case was as twisting and […]