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The 1970 LT1 ranks high on anybody’s list of third-generation Corvettes, but for the owner of this ’70 convertible, the high-revving, curvaceous, chrome-bumpered LT1 is the most appealing Corvette of all.
Back in the late ’70s, Eckler’s built a small run of modified Corvettes to showcase its burgeoning parts business, including a unique hatchback design—a Corvette first.
A Tale of Two '82s
What better complement to a pristine '82 Corvette than an immaculate one?
Against all Odds
Despite being originally owned by a young drag-racing enthusiast, this 1969 L89 coupe remains in remarkably pristine and original condition.
Out in the Open
Freed from long-term storage, this '75 Corvette gets to show off its colors.
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.
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.
How do you get back at your brother for not letting you drive his Corvette? You buy one of your own, of course.
With early Corvettes, loading up on options mostly meant adding race-ready goodies. By the time this ’71 convertible rolled off the assembly line, a customer could pair luxury with big-block performance.
Twenty-two victories in a row—that’s what the Owens/Corning Fiberglas team accomplished with a pair of L88 Corvettes. Drivers Jerry Thompson and Tony DeLorenzo tell the story of their team’s success.
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