C3 (1968-82)

Persistence Beats Resistance 1

Persistence Beats Resistance

It took him nearly four decades to accomplish, cost a bundle and frayed plenty of nerves, but this East Coast enthusiast got back his first Corvette—one of the original Baldwin-Motion Performance Phase III coupes.

C2 (1963-67)

Wolf in Sheep's Clothing 1

Wolf in Sheep's Clothing

Sure, it's obvious this is no ordinary '65 convertible, but an LS9-equipped monster with 748 horsepower?

C6 (2005-13)

Supercar Control 1

Supercar Control

A street car with a 205-mph top speed is certainly deserving of some additional driver training, which is why Bondurant offers its ZR1 Control Course—and why we recently enrolled.

C5 (1997-2004)

Inside Job 1

Inside Job

This is no mere tuner C5; it is the Skunk Werkes Speedster, designed and executed by the man who penned the fifth-gen Corvette—John Cafaro.

C6 (2005-13)

All-Star Player 1

All-Star Player

With an 800-horsepower engine, race-ready suspension and lots of lightweight carbon fiber, this C6 Z06 has all the bases covered.

Setting the Pace 1

Setting the Pace

Starting rather memorably in 1978, Chevrolet began building Indianapolis pace cars both for the track and the road.

C6 (2005-13)

Sibling Rivalry 1

Sibling Rivalry

The ZR1 is the undisputed king of the Corvette lineup, but now you can order a Z06 with many of its go-fast goodies. Question is, how much do the Z07 and CFZ option packages cut into the ZR1 speed advantage?

C6 (2005-13)

Natural Inspiraiton 1

Natural Inspiration

A Katech employee leverages his company’s talents to build a 650-horsepower Z06—without using a blower.

C5 (1997-2004)

King of the Hill 1

King of the Hill

Best known for winning a Corvette Challenge championship, Bill Cooper has turned his attention to hillclimb racing, with a 600-horsepower C5 coupe being his weapon of choice.

C4 (1984-96)

Unfinished Business 1

Unfinished Business

When this ’91 Corvette was passed from one family member to another, it was clear what needed to be done.

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