Our friends at Corvette America are now offering a sunvisor refurbishing service for 1997-2004 C5 Corvettes. These interior pieces are often overlooked so if your C5 Corvette sunvisors are worn or if the lights don’t work or the mirror is broken, send them to the interior experts at Corvette America and let them take care of the rest.
Photo Credit: National Corvette Museum
The National Corvette Museum’s supply of vehicles has grown by one as Randy Pierce and Charla Heintz donated their 2007 Ron Fellows Edition Corvette Z06. The pair have volunteered at the museum for years often spending a week at a time offering help wherever it’s needed. Many times they’ll be tending to the Corvette Store, but Randy also helps by picking up large donated items from around the country and delivering them to the museum.
It’s never nice to see a C7 Corvette Stingray involved in an accident, but this time at least it wasn’t a speeding Corvette at fault.
The Torch Red Corvette with Adrenaline Red interior and black wheels suffered extensive damage to the passenger side after the wreck Sunday afternoon in Lloydminster, Alberta, Canada.
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The museum announced today that it will be showing the entire 24 hours of competition on June 13-14 – one of only three places in the world where you can watch a commercial-free, direct feed of the entire race, Berlin and Tokyo being the other two cities!
This Guest Post contributed by Marshall Fancher, Editor of www.VetteNVestments.com
This was the 28th year of the always spectacular Dana Mecum Annual Spring Classic Auction at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. A total of 1,329 cars crossed the block. 783 of those cars found new owners. This equates to a respectable 58% sell through rate for the overall auction.
Mecum does a fantastic job at creating excitement about special cars, and they did not disappoint. These cars did what we thought were very strong and honest prices, considering the fantastic quality of each example.
Sheriff Buford T. Justice probably would have had better luck catching The Bandit if he would have had a Corvette Z06 instead of his regular police cruiser.
The Greenville Police Department’s newest cruise is none other than a silver 2003 Corvette Z06. The vehicle was seized as part of a drug investigation. Typically seized cars are sold with a percentage of the proceeds returned to the city, but in this case the police department decided to keep the car. We would have made the same decision.
Sometimes it not how much you like a car, but how it fits your lifestyle. Take professional football player Arthur Jones of the Indianapolis Colts for example. The Colts’ defensive end was recently seen pictured next to his red Corvette Stingray Convertible but unfortunately, the car is just a bit too small for the footballer who clocks in at 6-3 and 337 pounds.
In an instagram post he posted on Friday, Jones says he wishes he could fit into the car and hashtagged the post as #bigboyproblems: