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Three Days in the D
Detroit proves to be the perfect place to test-drive the brand-new 2013 Corvette 427 Convertible.
My Other Car's a Driver
What do you do when your restored mid-year has won all the big awards? Build a C2 you can drive.
The Art of Deception
Thanks to its carefully designed and implemented modifications, this 2003 Specter Werkes/Sports GTR is both wider than it looks and faster than it feels.
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.
Lethal Performance attempts to crack the 200-mph barrier at the Texas Mile with a modified C6 ZR1.
A Tale of Two '82s
What better complement to a pristine '82 Corvette than an immaculate one?
Chevrolet celebrates six decades of building Corvettes by offering its most powerful droptop ever—the 427 Convertible Collector Edition.
Tall Man's Bluff
It may look like a mid-year on the outside, but this '65 coupe is packing C5 suspension, and a C6 engine—and more leg room than any factory Corvette ever built.
Number of the Beast
With a devilish 1,100-horsepower supercharged big block under its hood, it's no wonder this Corvette is called Z0666.
Against all Odds
Despite being originally owned by a young drag-racing enthusiast, this 1969 L89 coupe remains in remarkably pristine and original condition.
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