Gerald Helmandollar, who had just picked up his new Corvette 45 minutes earlier is lucky to be alive after an 18-wheeler drove over the front-end of the car.
Misc. Corvette News
In this day and age when there’s so much negativity in the world and media, it’s nice to hear an uplifting story every now and then. In 1974 at the age of 22, Rex Hatton married the second love of his life, Kay, but the first love of his life was his prized Tuxedo Black […]
Paul and Todd of Everyday Driver (50 Years Of The 911, ICON) announce their 5th feature-length documentary, American Original. In the film, the guys compare 13 cars across seven generations to explore the history, legacy, and contributions the Corvette has made to the world of automobiles.
In 1992, the atmosphere at GM was bleak. Sales were down, and Chevrolet was quickly losing its excitement and brand identity by utilizing the sharing of parts across multiple platforms in order to decrease cost. As a result, the Corvette was on the chopping block and GM wanted the Corvette to die a slow death […]
Time is almost up to win a pair of incredible Corvettes that have been gently touched by Lingenfelter. From now until December 31st, you have the chance of winning the 2018 Corvette Dream Giveaway and owning a beautiful 1965 Corvette Restomod AND a 2018 Corvette Grand Sport that has been tenderly massaged by Lingenfelter Performance […]
Over the decades, several special, high performance Corvettes have been built by Chevrolet, but none of them have the beast-like L88 Corvette. The legendary L88 Corvette was the brain-child of Zora Arkus-Duntov, the father of the Corvette and was specifically built for racing in mind. He wanted to build a high performance Corvette that would […]
In 1967, 8,504 Corvette coupes were built, with only 1,423 of those rolling out of the St. Louis Assembly plant in Ermine White. What makes this one particularly interesting is that it’s completely original, unrestored, and has only 2,996 miles on the odometer. Offered by Mecum Auctions in Kissimmee, Florida this coming January, this particular […]
While the first three hundred 1953 Corvettes were built in Flint, Michigan, the St Louis Corvette Assembly Plant became the permanent home of the Corvette for 27 years before moving to it’s current residence in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Over the years, the St. Louis Corvette Assembly plant became one of the oldest and most out […]