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From 1987 to 1991, Chevrolet sold turbocharged Corvettes. It didn’t build the engines, however; that work was done by Callaway Cars.
A regular Corvette Magazine contributor goes in search of a used C5 or C6 but ends up buying a C4—a Competition Yellow 1990 coupe, which he scored for $6,000.
Does the fourth-generation ZR-1 deserve more respect than it currently garners? We examine one ownership experience to help find out.
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.
When this ’91 Corvette was passed from one family member to another, it was clear what needed to be done.
Michael Lamm recalls how a series of new ideas and untested technologies developed into the first fully modern Corvette.
Life is Grand
It took Sam Rivera a decade to acquire the car of his dreams. He thinks it was worth it.
The Last Hurrah
Paul Zazarine remembers what started—and finished—the mighty ZR1.
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