Issue 94

January 2015

Available as a Back Issue

Issue 94 cover


  1. Full Article

    Eight is Enough

    In which we learn that, when it comes to the ultimate in Stingray performance, the choice may now be automatic

  2. Weathering the Storm

    Bob Spinicchia’s long-term love affair with this 1971 coupe took an unexpected turn when Mother Nature intervened

  3. Buyer’s Guide: C5

    Fifth-gen prices appear to be bottoming out, making this the perfect time to shop for a 1997–2004 model.

  4. One Hot Order to Go

    Jim Newman’s Panama Yellow ’58 was inspired by the centerpiece of a certain San Diego restaurant

  5. Changing Lanes

    Wherein a longtime Mustang loyalist ditches “me too” cars and embraces his inner Vette votary

  6. Full Article

    A Chip off the New Block

    Differentiating the Stingray's LT1 engine from the Z06's supercharged LT4

  7. Twice Killed, Twice Saved

    Part 2: Fresh out of bankruptcy, GM once again cancels the Corvette

  8. Collections Agent

    Corvette collector Phil Castaldo is driven by the thrill of the hunt, a passion for the cars and the enjoyment that comes from sharing the hobby with others

  9. Safety First

    When it comes to driver comfort and protection, Corvette Racing once again leads the pack

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