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One fan’s devotion to Corvette Racing went beyond the usual hat and t-shirt purchases—he built a C6.R replica.
Restomods come in all flavors, from subtle to sacrilegious. This ’66 coupe strikes a delicate balance between such extremes.
Chevy small-block V8 up front, T-top on top, what could be more American? Well, the Marcos TSO-GT2 is from the UK.
Market Report: C1/C2
We examine the market for first- and second-gen Corvettes, exploring what the financial crisis has wrought.
800-bhp Supercharged C6
What to do when you don’t want to put miles on your Ron Fellows Z06? Build an 800-horsepower C6 as your daily.
With its TVS blower churning up 638 bhp in the ZR1, Eaton is at the cutting edge of supercharger technology.
1968 big-block convertible
When you know exactly what you want to buy—say, a ’68 convertible—the purchase is always worth the wait.
Ex-Lou D’Amico C2 racer
An SCCA A-Production race car that enjoyed success in the ’70s passes from its creator, Lou D’Amico, to a new owner.
Endurance racing is never easy, but the Thunderhill 25 Hours is especially brutal, as Pfadt Racing learns.
How-To: Steering box rebuild
Richard Prince takes us through the step-by-step process of rebuilding a C2/C3 steering box.