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With its cool looks and astonishing performance, this Z07-equipped Centennial Special Edition Z06 is a Corvette worth celebrating.
Out in the Open
Freed from long-term storage, this '75 Corvette gets to show off its colors.
With no run-off areas and steep cliffs lining the course, the Spectre 341 Challenge hillclimb race demands respect, not just a fast car. This year's winner, Lou Gigliotti, brought both.
Does the fourth-generation ZR-1 deserve more respect than it currently garners? We examine one ownership experience to help find out.
To wean his twin-turbo 863-horsepower C5 Corvette off expensive racing fuel, this owner had to come up with a novel solution.
The restoration of a '66 big-block coupe brings an owner back to his automotive roots.
Callaway Cars may be headquartered in Old Lyme, Connecticut, but we travelled to Hastings, Nebraska to sample one of its latest offerings—a 606-horsepower Grand Sport coupe.
After reaching a nadir in 1975, the Corvette’s performance rebounded over the ensuing years. With less weight and streamlined aerodynamics, the 1980 model was a much-improved sports car.
This 2007 Z06's engine has experienced a dramatic buildup of power and Atomic Orange paint has infiltrated its cockpit—exactly the explosive appeal its owner was looking for.
A Category of One
We can only think of a single car model built in honor of a dealer: the 1986 Malcolm Konner Commemorative Edition Corvette.
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