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Win a C8 Corvette AND a 1962 Corvette Roadster

Win a C8 Corvette AND a 1962 Corvette Roadster
What could be better than winning a brand new, mid-engined 2020 C8 Corvette? How about winning a C8 and a classic 1962 Corvette? The folks over at Dream Giveaway are doing just that, offering up a prize that includes both of these amazing sports cars, while supporting veterans and children’s charities with your donations.
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Listen to Hennessey’s C8 Corvette Exhaust Note Roar on the Dyno

Listen to Hennessey’s C8 Corvette Exhaust Note Roar on the Dyno
When it comes to upgrading sports cars and trucks, Hennessey Performance is one of the best in the industry. It was only a matter of time before the Texas-based aftermarket tuners would work their magic on the new C8 Corvette, which is already quite the impressive car all on its own.
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2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Review: A Mid-Engine Marvel

2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Review: A Mid-Engine Marvel
Corvette lovers have been dreaming of a mid-engined version of the great American sports car for decades. Now, for 2020, that wish has been fulfilled. After spending two fun-packed days in the Nevada desert putting the new Vette through its paces, I’m thrilled to report that it’s one of the best performance cars you can buy – for any amount of money.
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Watch a Hennessey ZR1 Corvette Run the 1/4 Mile in Under 9 Seconds

Watch a Hennessey ZR1 Corvette Run the 1/4 Mile in Under 9 Seconds
While much of the recent Corvette buzz is about the mid-engined 2020 Corvette, the C7 is not only a car you can walk into a dealership and buy today, but is the only way you can get a supercharged V8 in a Vette for the foreseeable future.
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Hennessey Coaxes 1,200hp from a 2019 Corvette ZR1

Hennessey Coaxes 1,200hp from a 2019 Corvette ZR1
Let’s face it. The folks over at Hennessey Performance are insane. They build cars with way more power than they really need or can use much of the time. Take the new HPE1200 kit for the C7 Corvette ZR1.
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Possible Reasons the Mid-Engine C8 Corvette May Be Delayed

Possible Reasons the Mid-Engine C8 Corvette May Be Delayed
Corvette fans have been waiting in anticipation for the unveiling of what has long been rumored to be a new mid-engine C8 Corvette. While there have been lots of sightings of the car under camouflage, word is that the new Vette’s official reveal has been delayed for three big reasons.
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1980 Corvette 4-Door for Sale: Big ‘Ol Red Corvette

1980 Corvette 4-Door for Sale: Big ‘Ol Red Corvette
The late ’70s and early ’80s weren’t a good time for performance cars. Even the legendary Corvette was rather tame aside from its wild looks with flared fenders and swoopy roof. My dad owned multiple Corvettes of this era, and what I remember of them all was a cramped interior, an inability to see over the dash, and super heavy doors that a kid couldn’t close.
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Bruiser Conversions Will Give Your Wrangler JL a Corvette V8 Heart

Bruiser Conversions Will Give Your Wrangler JL a Corvette V8 Heart
All that a lot of Jeep Wrangler owners really want Jeep to do is offer a V8 engine option. But Jeep isn’t really into sticking V8s into its 4×4, leaving V6 or turbo fours as the engine options in the current model – with a diesel option coming later.
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Oh, My, God Becky! Look at that Mid-Engine Vette!

Oh, My, God Becky! Look at that Mid-Engine Vette!
Chevy has got it goin’ like a turbo ‘Vette… at least that it appears that way from this CAD drawing making the rounds this week. A glance at this beast and you can see it’s not your average Corvette engine.
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Genovation Cars GXE is an All-Electric Corvette C7

Genovation Cars GXE is an All-Electric Corvette C7
Back in 2016, Genovation Cars electrified a Corvette C6 which they used to set a speed record of an incredible 209 mph. Now, it turns out the company is headed to CES 2018 with a pre-production performance EV called the GXE.
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The History and Evolution of the Mustang, Challenger, and Corvette

The History and Evolution of the Mustang, Challenger, and Corvette
There are a handful of sports cars which have been staples of the American gearheads’ diet for decades. The big ones being the Ford Mustang, the Dodge Challenger, the Chevrolet Corvette, and the Chevrolet Camaro. Each of these cars has followed a unique path of evolution throughout its history, sometimes paying tribute to their heritage, while other times trying to reinvent its looks and capabilities for a new generation.
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Corvette Factory Tours Stopping for 18 Months for Line Retooling

Corvette Factory Tours Stopping for 18 Months for Line Retooling
Chevrolet has announced that it will be stopping all tours of the Bowling Green factory where the Corvette is built. The official reason is to allow the plant to undergo “extensive work” but there is no word on what that extensive work might entail.
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Callaway AeroWagen C7 Corvette Is a Thing of Beautiful

Callaway AeroWagen C7 Corvette Is a Thing of Beautiful
The Callaway AeroWagen C7 Corvette shooting brake conversion kit we heard about a while back is finally here, and it looks fantastic. The kit can be fitted to any C7 version except the convertible. That means you can have a Z06 AeroWagen if you want, and I want.
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GM Document Hints at New DOHC LT5 V8 for Corvette

GM Document Hints at New DOHC LT5 V8 for Corvette
Oh now this is exciting! GM has traditionally used an old-school pushrod V8 in Corvette models. Back in the day for the C4 ZR-1 GM did cram a Lotus-designed DOHC V8 under the hood of that car.
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This 2003 50th Anniversary Corvette Has Driven Just 57 Miles

This 2003 50th Anniversary Corvette Has Driven Just 57 Miles
Not all cars are destined to be collector rides despite being special editions. I think the 2003 Corvette 50th Anniversary Edition is a perfect example. The car wanted to be special, but in the end the C5 generation ‘Vette was really nothing spectacular, and there is no strong demand for the car.
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