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1969 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray - Monster-Motored Mystery
How about another C3 powered by the highest-output RPO version of the engine Hot Rod magazine once called ���Chevrolet���s Mystery V8���?
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The Duntov Letter
The Manifesto That Brought Chevrolet Into the Hot Rod Market 61-Years Ago Today
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2014 Super Chevy Suspension and Handling Challenge - Speedtech's 1968 Camaro
When people pick a Chevy to build for handling, they often choose a Camaro. With this in mind it shouldn���t shock anyone that half of the cars in this year���s Super Chevy Suspension & Handling Challenge were, in fact, Camaros. The real shocker is that none of them were ���69s.
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1982-1984 Cross-Fire Fuel Injection Corvettes
1982 was the first year since 1965 that a fuel-injection system was used and the first time ever that a Corvette had an electronic fuel-injection system.
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From 409 to 1971 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS454 - Back in the Day
R.J. is the only 1971 Monte Carlo SS454 original owner we know of and he has no one to inherit it.
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1969 Chevrolet Camaro - What The Doctor Ordered���
Mike���s ���69 is both a reflection of what he loves (���classic muscle with a modern supercharged feel��� as he put it) and tribute to the man that introduced him to the hobby in the first place.
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1959 Chevrolet Corvette: All American Sports Car - From the Archives
The white Corvette in this press release photo from Chevrolet shows off a couple of the subtle changes Chevy made to the Vette for the ���59 model year.
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Corvette Prototypes and Concepts - Trend Setting: Part 4
General Motors makes hundreds of kinds of cars and trucks. Some sell hundreds of thousands of units a year, which makes Chevrolet���s Corvette a complete enigma.
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2014 Super Chevy Suspension and Handling Challenge - CPP's 1966 Chevelle
For suspension tests like this, some companies put together the most track-ready car they can. Mini-tubs stuffed with huge tires, multi-piece forged wheels, lightweight components, manual transmission, and all the tricks that lead to low lap times.
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2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray - Rapid Prototyping
Within weeks of delivery, Steven Fereday transformed this 2014 Corvette Stingray into the most powerful C7 on earth. Can you say 1,292 rear-wheel hp?
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1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS - Repeater
"After the Ultimate Street Car Association announcement, we had our direction and built the car to be competitive at these events, not just competing but winning."
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1963 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible - Dark Matter
The latest statistics place the average age of a new Corvette buyer at 59. That is up from 54 only a decade ago.
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1971 Chevrolet Monte Carlo - Faster than the Law Allows
This flyin' 7-second street Monte Carlo had been in a fire that destroyed the interior. Mike Roy, owner of this ride, bought it for $800 and his wife thought he lost his mind.
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1972 Chevrolet Nova - The Real Pro Street
Al���s Nova harkens back to the early days of Pro Street when functionality trumped showmanship. This is the real Pro Street. Show cars need not apply.
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2006 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 - Beware of Blackdog!
Sometimes Corvette owners get a bad rap, but typical assumptions get blown out of the water by cars like the Blackdog Speed Shop 510 Corvette.
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Early Model Corvette Nose Job - From the Archives
In Car Craft's August 1962 issue, a damaged '56 or '57 model became fodder for what writer Bud Lang called a "simple and inexpensive swap" to a customized front end.
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2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 - First Drive, Breaking Boundaries
The new Z06 goes where no Corvette has ever gone before���and where some didn���t think it was possible to go. Check out the video of our first drive!
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2015 Corvette Z06 First Drive
The 2015 Corvette Z06 is good enough for world domination, but is it still American muscle?
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Automotive Archaeology - In The Center Of Michigan
Ryan Brutt traveled to the center of Michigan to follow up on a lead about a field of dreams.
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1955 Chevrolet Bel Air - Instinct
Bernard DeLeon is 37, which means that he was a little late for the ���55-57 era of which he is so enamored.
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1960 Chevrolet Corvette Gasser Survivor - Rare Finds
"I couldn't believe it," Kevin Mackay said of a C1 Vette he found parked on a dirt floor inside a garage in Merrick, New York.
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1979 Chevrolet Corvette - Bond Building
Throughout the muscle car hobby, and especially in the Corvette world, it���s not uncommon to hear stories about how a long-term father and son project has strengthened the bond between them.
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Greenwood���s Sebring 1975 Corvette
The L88 ���racer kit��� package was huge success for the Corvette and brought racing glory through the late ���60s and into the ���70s.
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Readers��� Corvette Rides - January 2015
Like so many of us car guys, Ronald Acker let one of his earliest rides get away, only to regret it years later. Ronald was once a proud owner of a Marina Blue ���67 Corvette, which he bought new but ended up selling back in 1974.
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1967 Chevrolet Chevelle - Quick Asset
Just about anyone who���s spent any length of time in this hobby knows a story of someone taken for a ride by a shop. It���s an enduring story but not because of its prevalence; it���s actually quite rare.
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