Posts Tagged “chevy”

New York Auto Show 2014

By | April 22, 2014

The New York Auto Show is the last auto show on US soil for the season until November when everyone rolls into Los Angeles.  The Big Apple didn’t offer very many big announcements this year but it did bring in a few new redesigns.  We take a look at ten of them.  We’ll start with […]

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Video: Corvette Assembly

By | October 14, 2013

Assembly of the 2014 Corvette Stingray is well under way in Bowling Green, KY.  The video above gives a glimpse what life is like from within the assembly plant.  While it doesn’t go into great detail it is still fascinating to see the moving assembly line at work. Having been there myself back in 2010 […]

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The Ultimate Barn Find: 500 Vintage Chevys

By | July 9, 2013

Classic-car enthusiasts often dream of making the legendary “barn find,” a vintage machine that’s been stashed away somewhere and forgotten for decades. The hope is that, like a steel-and-chrome Buck Rogers, these refugees from another era will have slept through the intervening years to emerge here in the future relatively pristine, with all (or most) […]

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Meet the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

By | January 16, 2013

January 17, 1953 is a day the automotive world will never forget.  On that date, Chevrolet unveiled a car to compete with the like of British sports cars such as the Jaguar XK120, the Corvette.  The fiberglass-bodied car came only in Polo white, was powered by a 235ci inline-6 known as the “Blue Flame Six” […]

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World of Speed at The Bonneville Salt Flats

By | September 17, 2012

Early in the morning I met up with the BYU Electric Blue Streamliner team, climbed into a van and made the way out to the Bonneville Salt Flats for World of Speed.  After driving through the western Utah desert, jamming to Boston, we arrived to the salt.  Team leaders, Dr. Perry Carter and my father, […]

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New Chevy Malibu Shows Just How Far Econobox Cars Have Come

By | March 9, 2012

In 1980 the top-of-the-line supercar that you’d would undoubtedly find hanging in poster form on any teenage boy’s wall was the Lamborghini Countach LP400S. Any why not? The Countach represented all that was sacred in the supercar realm. It was impractical, expensive, rare, larger than Abby Lee Miller (if that’s even possible), and fast. The […]

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