Features

C1 (1953-62)

Rare and to Go 1

Rare and to Go

Original parts and a low-volume paint color make Alan Blay’s ’54 driver a genuine treasure

C1 (1953-62)

Fantastic Foursome 1

Fantastic Foursome

This Corvette quartet is highlighted by a pair of historically significant road-racing machines

C7 (2014-)

Training Day 1

Training Day

Harnessing “thunder and lightning” at Spring Mountain’s ZR1 Owners School

C3 (1968-82)

All-American Turbo 1

All-American Turbo

When Corvette performance hit a wall in the mid-1970s, Greenwood and American Custom Industries devised a creative workaround

C7 (2014-)

High-Speed Exhilaration 1

High-Speed Exhilaration

With help from friends and talented artisans, Charles Washington brought his vision for a unique-looking, high-performance C7 to fruition

C4 (1984-96)

C4 Salute 1

C4 Salute

To send off the C4 in style, Chevy cooked up two special versions of this long-running model for 1996

C2 (1963-67)

Third Time's a Charm 1

Third Time's a Charm

Wade Russell has owned this rare ’67 coupe three separate times, but vows he’ll never part with it again

C4 (1984-96)

The C4 Gets Serious 1

The C4 Gets Serious

Part 3: At less than 3,000 pounds, Chevy’s ZR-1 SS “Snake Skinner” prototype did more—much more—with less

C3 (1968-82)

Crown Jewel 1

Crown Jewel

Tom Marcucci’s all-original, low-mileage ’69 L88 roadster is a dazzling example of this legendary performance model

C4 (1984-96)

The Road Less Traveled 1

The Road Less Traveled

Gennaro Aulisio’s big-block ’91 convertible takes its inspiration from a radical C4 prototype

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