Articles Tagged “Corvette”

  • 1969 Chevrolet Corvette Restoration

    Andrew Samour was born in 1965, so the first Corvettes he remembers seeing as a young child were early Sharks. Just like it did with many car enthusiasts in that era, the striking design of Chevy’s third-generation Corvette inspired lust in Samour’s heart. “The C3s were the first cars I really thought were cool when […]

  • General Motors recalls 2019 Corvette ZR1s

    General Motors is recalling 489 model year 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1s. Hard braking or acceleration may cause the sensing diagnostic module (SDM) to enter a fault state. As a result, the SDM will not provide crash sensing or deploy the necessary air bags in the event of a crash. If the air bags do not deploy as designed, […]

  • Your guide to modifying cars

    It’s easy for a seasoned car guy to give advice on what he or she thinks is best when it comes to modifying your car or truck, but many times that advice is biased based on their own belief of what is best and based on what they read on their forum. What a beginner […]

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    2011 ZO6 Corvette

    The 2011 Chevrolet Corvette cranks 470 foot-pounds of torque, and boasting a 0-to-60 acceleration time of 3.7 seconds, this 7-liter V8 version of the ‘Vette’ is as blazing fast as its inferno orange shell would indicate.

  • 1958 Chevy Corvette – CHP Rides Restomod Vette

    1958 Corvette Dave Semel Saylorsburg, PA Using an original 2000 Corvette as a donor, Dave Semel used all the pieces to transform his 1958 into a modern-day driver. The body remains almost stock, and he incorporated the C5 suspension with QA1 shocks all the way around. Brakes are also from the newer corvette with a […]

  • 1982 Chevrolet Corvette – CHP Rides

    ’82 Corvette Clint Goolsbay Arlington, TX Little Red Rocket Unable to withstand the original “Crossfire” engine, Clint pulled it in favor of a bigger inched 383. His stroked engine now swings forged internals and a hydraulic cam and lifters. For the intake, Goolsbay relies on an RPM Air-Gap with a Holley 750 double-pumper carburetor. A […]

  • Too Much Horsepower? – What’s Your Poison?

    Is there such a thing as too much horsepower? We all know it’s torque that gets our hot rod accelerating, and it’s horsepower that keeps it moving. However, we also know that horsepower figures tend to be the more relevant numbers for enthusiasts. Mention big power numbers and most can relate to it, visualizing thick […]

  • 2012 Chevrolet Corvette Centennial Edition – First Look

    Racing and street Corvettes have been carrying the little skull symbol nicknamed Jake, which was created by the website. Now comes another special edition Corvette, but instead of Jake, look for Louis. As in Louis Chevrolet. His goggled visage adorns the B-pillar of this limited run Corvette that marks the division’s 100th birthday. The […]