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THANKS-for-GIVING

THANKS-for-GIVING

Goodguys Give Back in Del Mar

The Goodguys Rod & Custom Association closed the 2011 season on a high note with the 1st annual Fall Del Mar Nationals at the Del Mar Fairgrounds north of San Diego over Thanksgiving weekend. The first time event attracted well over a thousand cars and a bustling holiday weekend crowd.... more

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Andy Bolig - November 29, 2011 03:27 PM - Comments

Supercharging a 2007 Z06

Supercharging a 2007 Z06

Over 150 reasons to supercharge your Z06

Just hearing the number 427 conjures up memories of the mighty rumbling big-block powering the Corvettes or Camaros of the late sixties. Who isn’t awe-inspired by the mere idea of being behind the wheel of one of these beasts from the muscle car era?... more

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Nic Conley - November 23, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments

1984 Corvette (number 750000)

1984 Corvette (number 750000)

Corvette #750000 is this 1984 model

Seeing a 1984 Corvette with factory fresh white paint and a fully wrapped red interior tends to motivate one to take a closer look. The instrument cluster reveals a staggering 450 miles on the clock.... more

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Al Rogers - November 17, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments

Back on Track

Back on Track

Corvette nameplate hits the high-banks of Daytona again

Corvette has a storied history of racing-related feats in Daytona. Zora Arkus-Duntov – the father of the Corvette and chief engineer working on the Corvette in the ’50s and ’60s – set a flying-mile speed record of more than 150 miles per hour in a Corvette on Daytona Beach, one of a number of record runs on the beach for him. When Daytona International Speedway opened in 1959, Arkus-Duntov turned the fastest laps – 155 miles per hour – in a Corvette SS.... more

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Andy Bolig - November 16, 2011 07:17 PM - Comments

Betty Skelton tribute

Betty Skelton tribute

How one female enthusiast lived life to the fullest.

Winning a championship in any field of interest or being inducted into a Hall of Fame would easily be considered a lifetime achievement for a typical individual. For Betty Skelton Erde, that’s just a small part of the honors and experiences that she has enjoyed over the past 85 years of her life.... more

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Andy Bolig - November 10, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments

Wrenchin' Racing and Relaxation!

Wrenchin' Racing and Relaxation!

Four hours, two broken rockers and one full day of recovery.

As the sun began peeking around the curtains in our hotel room, the alarm clock got real annoying. Jim slapped it into submission and headed down the stairs toward his Corvette eager to swap out the broken rocker for a new one.... more

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Andy Bolig - November 06, 2011 11:44 AM - Comments

Night Riders

Night Riders

Dazed from a ragged week at SEMA, even Jim's Corvette was off its rocker during the Fall Festival Cruise (Part 1)

Coming off of an exciting week of SEMA, Jim and I were looking forward to some R&R in the form of a road trip in his 860hp ’67 Corvette convertible. The weather was great and we were ready to hit the road.... more

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Andy Bolig - November 05, 2011 10:36 AM - Comments

Corvette braking test

Corvette braking test

Taking stop-testing to the ragged edge

I’ll admit it, if there was a 12-Step Program for Acceleration Addiction I would have never made it past…“Hi, my name is Jim and I’m addicted to speed”!... more

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Jim Moore - October 20, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments

Resurrected 1968 Corvette

Resurrected 1968 Corvette

This ’68 Corvette was thrown to the curb, literally!

There’s a special place in heaven for those folks who have persevered, felt the sting of despair and isolation but, somehow, pressed on to see a pile of parts become their pride and joy.... more

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Andy Bolig - October 13, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments