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C1 (1953-62)

Dream-Car Driver 1

Dream-Car Driver

Thoroughly original and regularly exercised, Gary Pasquaretto’s ’53 is like no other Corvette in existence

C7 (2014-)

Shooting Star 1

Shooting Star

Callaway’s AeroWagen steals the show with enhanced practicality and an utterly unique look

C2 (1963-67)

A Legend Reborn 1

A Legend Reborn

This race-winning L88 ’67 has touched many lives over the past half century, and engendered many lasting friendships along the way

C4 (1984-96)

Unusual Suspect 1

Unusual Suspect

In which John Woods finds that, contrary to popular belief, being caught in a Cross-Fire is no bad thing

C7 (2014-)

Aspiration Affirmation 1

Aspiration Affirmation

This Nowicki Autosport Concept7 packs a 416-cube engine and no supercharger, thank you very much

C3 (1968-82)

"Quarter-Mil" '69 1

"Quarter-Mil" '69

Rescuing the 250,000th Corvette from obscurity proved far more challenging than its owner expected

C2 (1963-67)

All in the Family 1

All in the Family

Quentin Carbone lusted after this ’67 L71 coupe for years. In the end, he got far more than just the car

C4 (1984-96)

ZR-1 of None 1

ZR-1 of None

Lingenfelter’s “Gen III” LT5 provides a glimpse of what might have been with the original King of the Hill

C7 (2014-)

Number Cruncher 1

Number Cruncher

In search of Z06 performance potential, one 2014 Stingray owner builds his own version of the C7 flagship—and then some

C1 (1953-62)

Race to the Finish Line 1

Race to the Finish Line

By rushing its new sports car into production, Chevrolet put the Corvette’s early success in jeopardy

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