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Persistence Beats Resistance
It took him nearly four decades to accomplish, cost a bundle and frayed plenty of nerves, but this East Coast enthusiast got back his first Corvette—one of the original Baldwin-Motion Performance Phase III coupes.
Wolf in Sheep's Clothing
Sure, it's obvious this is no ordinary '65 convertible, but an LS9-equipped monster with 748 horsepower?
A street car with a 205-mph top speed is certainly deserving of some additional driver training, which is why Bondurant offers its ZR1 Control Course—and why we recently enrolled.
This is no mere tuner C5; it is the Skunk Werkes Speedster, designed and executed by the man who penned the fifth-gen Corvette—John Cafaro.
With an 800-horsepower engine, race-ready suspension and lots of lightweight carbon fiber, this C6 Z06 has all the bases covered.
Setting the Pace
Starting rather memorably in 1978, Chevrolet began building Indianapolis pace cars both for the track and the road.
The ZR1 is the undisputed king of the Corvette lineup, but now you can order a Z06 with many of its go-fast goodies. Question is, how much do the Z07 and CFZ option packages cut into the ZR1 speed advantage?
A Katech employee leverages his company’s talents to build a 650-horsepower Z06—without using a blower.
King of the Hill
Best known for winning a Corvette Challenge championship, Bill Cooper has turned his attention to hillclimb racing, with a 600-horsepower C5 coupe being his weapon of choice.
When this ’91 Corvette was passed from one family member to another, it was clear what needed to be done.
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