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There is a Corvette under there somewhere, we swear. Who'd rock this thing?
First look at the Z06 based Spada Codatronca Prototype. Check out this one of a kind vehicle with the heart of an American muscle car and the look of a European vehicle. Only at www.gmhightechperformance.com, the official site for GM High-Tech Performance Magazine.
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#TBT: #HotRod proclaimed this the "Fastest Vette of All."
Take a look back in time at this triple-threat 1960 Chevrolet Corvette that was featured in the October 1964 issue of Hot Rod magazine.
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We've been reporting on a possible 2017 model mid-engine Corvette ZR1 since last year. Here is the latest rendering.

Details→http://oak.ctx.ly/r/2szo4
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AMAZING at 150K. Cadillac another 50...same chassis, engine options. Weight will slow caddy.
CAMARO will be on Cadillac ATS platform next.
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We are just one month away from the Mecum Indy auction, where these beauties will go on the block. Which one is your favorite?
All eight of the 1958 fuelie Corvette cars will cross the block at the 28th Annual Dana Mecum’s Original Spring Classic Auction in Indianapolis.
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Did you it's Vintage Vette Tuesday? That's right in just a very few short moments another Vette magazine Facebook post will appear with a 1967 427 Corvette shooting it out with a 1967 Shelby 500.
As captured by Motor Trend magazine in 1967.

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1961 Corvette Retro-Test: Who likes unpublished until now Motor Trend road test photos from back in the day?

1961 was the last year for the 283 in a Corvette. One year before Jaguar unveiled the XKE. Two years before the MGB appeared and the same year Richard M. Nixon's dog Checkers suffered a bout of extreme canine gaseous exuberance in a Whittier, CA. food court. LBJ pulled his Beagle's ears to relieve gas.
In 1961, Motor Trend reviewed the 1961 Chevrolet Corvette with a full range road test. Here are some previously unpublished outtakes from the test!
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Take your pick, Gray or Black Concept7? Then read more about these enhanced C7s below!
Read about how Nowicki Autosport conceptualized the C7 Corvette to create the Concept7. The aggressive styling and greater track capability makes it stand out.
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Who is going to Corvettes at Carlisle this year? We can't wait.
See what went down at the 2014 Corvettes at Carlisle Car Show. A burnout contest, bikini contest, and more!
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PSA: while we are on the subject of gorgeous C1's, this picture shows exactly what NOT to do at a car show. This happened after the Good Guys Show in Del Mar, when the owner decided to cave into peer pressure and do a burnout on the street. As one reader reacted, why be afraid of "tearing up your Corvette" on an autocross course when the worst thing you can do is kill a few cones? I bet a cone does less damage then the side of a building or a tree.
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FREE BEER? No, but please click on the image to read an article from 1967 Motor Trend archives comparing the '67 Vette to the '67 Shelby Mustang at absolutely no cost.

* The Shelby is called a 500 not to be confused with a Galaxie 500 or the spectacularly unsuccessful Five Hundred launched by Ford in 2005 and unceremoniously killed in 2007. 
We take a Sting Ray and put it up against The Shelby G.T. 500 in this article adapted from an April 1967 issue of Motor Trend. Let's see who comes out on top. - Vette Magazine
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Who caught the '64 #Corvette Fuelie on Fast 'N Loud last night?

See more '64s HERE→http://oak.ctx.ly/r/2speh
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Anyone in the market for a 1958 Covette with Fuel Injection? How about being able to pick the original color of your choice?

1958, 1959, or 1960 which is your favorite of the three years, and why?

Mine is 1959 maybe because a '59 dual-quad 245hp Powerglide was my first Corvette. What was your first Corvette? 
All eight of the 1958 fuelie Corvette cars will cross the block at the 28th Annual Dana Mecum’s Original Spring Classic Auction in Indianapolis.
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Vette offers the consummate guide for all Corvette enthusiasts with its coverage of the cars, the people and the events that make up the hobby. From new-model road tests to track comparisons with old Stingrays, Vette covers every Corvette generation. Whatever enthusiasts need to know about maintaining or increasing performance is covered, from engine and transmission buildups, to brake and exhaust upgrades and from restorations to shows, events and races throughout the country.