Posts Tagged “Chevrolet Corvette”

Sink Hole Swallows Eight Corvettes In Bowling Green

By | February 12, 2014

It’s a sad day for the automotive enthusiast. A tragic day for the Corvette elite. Some time around 5:30 a.m. CT a sink hole formed underneath the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Just nine minutes after the sink hole began the power to the museum went out and the authorities were notified. Upon […]

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6th Generation Mustang To be World Car

By | December 4, 2013

If you’re a blue blooded Mustang buff, midnight tonight will be one to remember.  Will it be remembered as the night the Ford Mustang reached new heights of pony car stardom or the night it sold its soul to the global economy?  Grab your popcorn and cross your fingers because tonight is the night you’ve […]

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Budget Muscle: C4 Corvette

By | May 29, 2012

For the financially disabled auto enthusiast, bang for your buck is a must.  Depending on what kind of four-wheeled fun you’re looking for, there are many categories of affordable cars that can pack a formidable punch.  We’ve argued before that the E36 BMW M3 offers the best bang for your buck but a good friend of […]

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Jalopnik (Possibly) Reveals 2014 Corvette

By | November 14, 2011

The next-gen C7 Corvette has gone through the rumormill time and time again despite its official launch being scheduled well over a year away (yes, we’re still bitter about it not being mid-engined). But perhaps the biggest rumor came today in photo form when Ray Wert over at Jalopnik unveiled a rendering of what he […]

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