C2 (1963-67)

Snow Job 1

Snow Job

This ’64 coupe has undergone a remarkable transformation—from a plowshare back to a sword.

C2 (1963-67)

Blue Angel 1

Blue Angel

Resurrected from the grave as a convertible and saved from neglect as a coupe, this ’65 show-stopper has finally found the promised land.

C3 (1968-82)

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Winning Streak

Twenty-two victories in a row—that’s what the Owens/Corning Fiberglas team accomplished with a pair of L88 Corvettes. Drivers Jerry Thompson and Tony DeLorenzo tell the story of their team’s success.

C2 (1963-67)

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With a mid-year big block this nice, it’s no wonder the car’s restorer kept it for himself.

C1 (1953-62)

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Fantastic Fuelie

When it comes to C1s, this fuel-injected ’57 is as original as they come.

C5 (1997-2004)

Point of View 1

Point of View

Can a Corvette really have too much power? This supercharged C5 forces the question.

C6 (2005-13)

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Fin de C6.R

Marking the end of the Corvette Racing’s ten-year GT1 program, this year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans turned out to be an intensely emotional experience for the close-knit team.

C5 (1997-2004)

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C5 Twenty Five

Corvette suspension specialist Pfadt Racing heads to the world’s longest endurance race. We tag along.

C4 (1984-96)

Four Score 1

Four Score

Michael Lamm recalls how a series of new ideas and untested technologies developed into the first fully modern Corvette.

C5 (1997-2004)

The Point of No Return 1

The Point of No Return

Once you decide to design your own system, a twin-turbo conversion stops being an exercise in check-signing and starts to become intellectual.

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