Jim Thibodeau probably isn’t like most Corvette owners. He didn’t dream about owning “the Great American Sports Car,” and he wasn’t even window shopping when he bought his 1960 Corvette 29 years ago.
The Big Thursday Tom Mack Auction, held April 4 at the Cabarrus Event Center in Concord, N.C., lived up to its name with big deals.
Iola Old Car Show organizers are looking for a few good Chevys and Fords to fill their theme tent this summer.
When he probably least expected it, the perfect no-frills 1965 Chevrolet Corvair 500 fell into Rick Sanford's lap.
Scott Kauffman dabbled with a variety of collector vehicles over the years and had some fun with a 1977 Chevrolet “shorty” custom van for a while, but nothing like the dazzling “Emerald Express” 1974 Chevrolet custom van that he discovered last year.
Many of the finest muscle cars and Corvettes on the globe were assembled in a “World Class” setting for the 2012 Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals.
When Fast Freddie’s Rod Shop got a chance to renovate and customize a 1937 Chevrolet school bus, shop owner Fred Kappus Jr. knew it could be one of the more fun projects his shop had ever taken on. He also knew it could be one of the most challenging.
When the Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals hosted the unveiling of an original Bill Thomas A/FX Chevy Nova funny car, owner John Tinberg was there.
When Henry Moeschler decided it was time for a Camaro, he went to the top shelf and found a stunning, low-mileage 1969 Z/28 that has gone a long way toward easing the sting of wrecking his first car when he was young.
Want to see your Chevy or Ford’s mug shot plastered across the upper Midwest? Then submit its image to the Iola Old Car Show for consideration on the 2013 poster. Show organizers have already begun preparing for the 2013 event, which will feature “Ford versus Chevy: Showdown in I-town.” As part of the...