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Rob Loszewski

Rob Loszewski
Robert M. Loszewski is the Owner and Site Administrator of the Corvette Action Center; a quality-driven Corvette news and information web site that he started in 2000. Over the years, Loszewski has built the Corvette Action Center into one of the largest online repositories of Corvette information going all the way back to 1953.

2017 Corvette Customer Satisfaction Program: 16119 Incorrect Monroney Label

General  Motors has discovered  an inadvertent error  in the Parts  Content  Information  portion  of  the window label on certain 2017 model year Cadillac ATS and XTS, Chevrolet Camaro, Corvette, Cruze, Impala,  Malibu,  Silverado  LD,  and  Sonic,  and  GMC  Sierra  LD vehicles, which displays  US/Canadian Parts Content for the vehicle, and Country of Origin (COO) information […]

National Corvette Museum Commemorates Sinkhole’s Third Anniversary With 1962 Corvette Restoration

From the National Corvette Museum: February 9, 2017 1962 Corvette is the last of three to be restored, visitors can watch on-going work Three years ago, on February 12, 2014, viewers tuning in to their morning news witnessed and heard an almost unbelievable story – a sinkhole had opened inside the National Corvette Museum in […]

[VIDEO] NCM Celebrates 30 Years of Callaway with the 1988 Callaway Sledgehammer

Chris Chessnoe, Program Manager of Callaway Cars, takes us through this special exhibit designed to celebrate the 30 year history of their Corvette based sports cars. In this first segment of the series, we get a closer look of the legendary Callaway Sledgehammer. For over 30 years, a small company in Old Lyme, Connecticut has […]

Virginia Man Gets Revenge Against DMV by Paying Corvette Sales Tax with 300,000 Pennies

Don’t you just get royally frustrated sometimes when you constantly get the run-around from your local city or state offices?  Virginia resident, Nick Stafford decided he had enough and fought back! According to the Bristol Herald Courier, Stafford wanted to know which of his four houses spanning two Virginia counties he should list when licensing […]

[SPY PHOTOS] Mid-Engined Corvette Caught Winter Testing with ZR1 Prototypes

Up until now, all we had were faint, blurry images of a heavily camouflaged mid-engine prototype running around a test track and not much detail could be made out.  Thanks to Road and Track, that all changes now. What you’re looking at is the best look to date at the upcoming 2019 Mid-Engined C8 Corvette […]

Another Corvette Icon has Passed – Noland Adams

It is with heavy heart that we announce the passing of well known Corvette Icon, Noland Adams who was one of the most amazing and valuable Corvette historians of our time. He was also a well known author and National Corvette Museum’s Corvette Hall of Fame Inductee. He was also the Founding President of the […]

Callaway Celebrates 30 Years with New Exhibit at National Corvette Museum

For over 30 years, a small company in Old Lyme, Connecticut has been at the forefront of automotive forced induction.  Callaway Cars started to make a name for themselves by hot-rodding Corvettes in the 1980s, and ever since, this incredible coach-builder has been building some of the most potent Corvettes, Camaros, trucks and SUVs to […]

Meet the Man Behind the Design of the Next Generation C8 Corvette

When Ed Welburn, GM’s Global Design Chief, retired in July of 2016, he was replaced by Australian-born Mike Simcoe who will be responsible for shaping the design of the next generation, C8 Corvette. Simcoe was responsible for revitalizing the Holden Monaro and has now taken the reigns as GM’s head of global design.  As Ed […]
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