CONCORD, N.C.– Has it really been 60 years since the world fell in love with Chevrolet’s Corvette? Fans of “America’s Sports Car” will have a chance to rekindle that romance with a dynamic Corvette 60th anniversary display at the Sept. 19-22 AutoFair at Charlotte Motor Speedway that every die-hard Chevrolet enthusiast and sports car...
Iconic comedian, talk-show host, and noted Corvette collector Jay Leno commandeered motorcade of classic 'Vettes from years gone by whilst behind the wheel of the new, highly anticipated 2014 Stingray.
Owls Head Transportation Museum’s 36th Annual New England Auto Auction is this Saturday, Aug. 17.
Beginning Aug. 9, ACM will become a Corvette hotbed as the museum celebrates six decades of America’s quintessential sports car with the debut of the “60 Years of Vette” exhibit.
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.
Heritage Museums & Gardens opens for the season April 13 with its 2013 special exhibit – “Driving Our Dreams: Imagination in Motion” – which will pay homage to the great car concepts and designers who pushed the boundaries of automobile design and technology.
Corvettes grabbed the spotlight at the GAA Classic Spring Sale, held from March 7-9 at The Palace in Greensboro N.C.
The Petersen Automotive Museum will celebrate the 60th anniversary of “America’s Sports Car,” the Chevrolet Corvette, with a tribute March 1-2.
It's hard to say why the industry peaks in certain years with design and engineering trends, but there’s little doubt 1963 was a time for special cars.
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.