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With the 2014 Stingray, Chevrolet has audaciously transformed the Corvette.
End of the Line
It is only fitting that the last Corvette Dick Guldstrand built features elements of multiple generations, including a Sting Ray body, C4 suspension and a fifth-gen powertrain.
With a 599-horsepower supercharged engine and a retina-searing paint job, this is not your average Grand Sport.
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.
A Kentucky Yankee in King Arthur's Court
There’s nothing easy about owning a ZR1 in England—it’s hard to buy, difficult to service and challenging to drive—but one Corvette enthusiast would have it no other way.
Beginning with the dramatically styled ’63 coupe and ending with enormously powerful big-block models, the Sting Ray cemented the Corvette’s place in history as one of the world’s great sports cars.
Taking It Personal
Wanting to make his 427 Convertible that much more special, this owner turned to Callaway for extra power—and lots more.
The Birdman Cometh
Having scored a great deal on a 2001 Z06, Wes Bird immediately modified the Corvette for track duty.
To the consternation of Corvette purists, the numbers on this '66 convertible don't match, it rolls on aftermarket wheels and its engine has been breathed on—but its owner would have it no other way.
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.
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