Corvette

How the Corvette’s chassis evolved over more than 60 years – Mike McNessor @Hemmings

Yes, the Corvette is about style and horsepower. But the car’s handling is what set the stage for all of those ‘Vette versus Porsche 911 magazine covers over the years. No matter what vintage, the Corvette was built with an… Read More ›

Cemented in history: Entombed 1954 Corvette joins museum’s collection – Larry Edsall @Classiccars.com

In 1954, Richard Sampson, a successful business owner in Brunswick, Maine, bought a new Chevrolet Corvette. Cemented in history: Entombed 1954 Corvette “After driving it for four years, he wanted to park it somewhere safe,” reports the National Corvette Museum in Bowling… Read More ›

Bill Mitchell’s wife didn’t drive an ordinary Corvette – Kurt Ernst @Hemmings

Happy wife, happy life. Bill Mitchell’s wife didn’t drive an ordinary Corvette Drop the term COPO, or Central Office Production Order, and most enthusiasts conjure up images of big-block-powered Camaros. The COPO program had more pedestrian roots, however, and was… Read More ›

A farewell to the front-engine Corvette on Route 66 – Benjamin Preston @Hagerty

Only a month remains before Chevrolet pulls back the curtain on its long-awaited mid-engine Corvette. It will mark the first time since the Corvette’s 1953 debut that it was anything but a front-engine, rear-wheel-drive two-seater, even if the mid-engine design has been… Read More ›

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