C2 (1963-67)

Scientific American 1

Scientific American

Corvette Grand Sport number 002 has found a new home at the Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum.

C5 (1997-2004)

Not For Sale 1

Not For Sale

You’ve already heard us extol the C5 Z06 as one of the best performance-car values on the planet, so this time we thought we’d let an owner sing its praises.

C6 (2005-13)

Fork in the Road 1

Fork in the Road

We explore two paths to big horsepower: One starts with less and adds more, the other starts with more and adds less. Both involve LMR-tuned C6 Corvettes.

C1 (1953-62)

First French Foray 1

First French Foray

Five decades ago, the Chevrolet Corvette made its debut at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

C1 (1953-62)

The Real McCoy 1

The Real McCoy

Though the ’56 Corvette’s redesigned bodywork gets most of the attention, the changes made beneath the skin were even more significant: They made this Chevrolet a legitimate sports car.

C6 (2005-13)

Day at the Museum 1

Day at the Museum

When Hank Kieller ordered his ’09 ZR1, he put a check mark next to option R8C, which meant he would take delivery at the National Corvette Museum and visit the assembly plant in which it was made.

C3 (1968-82)

Sweet Revenge 1

Sweet Revenge

How do you get back at your brother for not letting you drive his Corvette? You buy one of your own, of course.

C3 (1968-82)

Delightful Excess 1

Delightful Excess

With early Corvettes, loading up on options mostly meant adding race-ready goodies. By the time this ’71 convertible rolled off the assembly line, a customer could pair luxury with big-block performance.

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.

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