Corvettes for Sale
Lone Star Power
Though it gained its renown as a Viper tuner, Hennessey Performance has become increasingly associated with high-output Corvettes. We sample its first supercharged 2014 Stingray.
Dad planted the Corvette seed in 1967, then provided the needed words of encouragement to get his son to pull the trigger 44 years later.
With a supercharged engine, ultra-wide tires and downforce-producing bodywork, the 2015 Z06 sets a new standard for Corvette performance—while offering the convenience of an automatic transmission and the open-air fun of a lift-off top.
Corvettes have been available with automatics from day one, but this Turbo Hydra-Matic-equipped ’69 big-block coupe is unique, and is particularly relevant in light of the forthcoming C7 Z06.
Though all three of the 2014 Corvette Stingray convertibles we sampled were great, one had a combination of optional equipment that made it that much better.
With 881 normally aspirated horsepower, this ’07 Z06 not only recalls the performance of mid-’70s Corvette race cars, it surpasses them.
Portrait of an Artist
One of the top illustrators of his day and a fixture of San Francico’s North Beach neighborhood, David Grove was also a Corvette enthusiast of the first order, having owned a ’53 for over 50 years.
A Star is Born
In a week behind the wheel, we subject a 2014 Z51 coupe to backroad blasts, track torture and the streets of San Francisco.
More of a C3 guy at heart, Ralph Martino didn’t plan on buying a new C4 back in 1987—yet, 25 years later, it remains one of his prized possessions.
In preparing this Grand Sport to compete in the growing niche of street-car racing, Brian Thomson elected to go with a naturally aspirated engine—a 442-cid LS7 with 740 horsepower.
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