At this year’s Bloomington Gold event, we decided to add to our library of RideTech videos as we got to ride along with RideTech in a C7 Z06 on the autocross course. What a rush!
So you’ve made the decision to take your Corvette touring…now what? With a careful trip preparation checklist, you can avoid the embarrassment of having your car towed to the nearest garage.
Model Year Coupe Z06 Coupe Convertible Z06 Convertible Total 2014 26,565 10,723 37,288 2015 20,757 6,980 4,830 1,673 34,240 2016 21,387 11,543 5,027 2,732 40,689 2017 11,253 6,197 2,298 1,076 Grand Sport 9,912 2,046 32,782 2018 3,068 2,353 735 449 Grand Sport 2,569 512 9,686 TOTAL 154,685
Society often pokes fun at aging, but there are many positives to growing older that are often glossed over. Many types of wines and cheeses are encouraged to age. As a person grows older, they typically do so with increased wisdom and a better understanding of what is important in life. Fine art that was […]
What follows has been reprinted with permission from Corvette Online. Written by Paul Huizenga Welcome back to the second and final part of our series on upgrading Project Y2k, our in-house 2000 Corvette, with the help of Corvette Central Performance and their Stage 1-4 kits for the C5. In part one, we installed the Stage […]
What follows has been reprinted with permission from Corvette Online. Written by Paul Huizenga For a significant number of Corvette owners, the car as delivered from the factory is as good as it can possibly be – they go to great lengths to preserve originality and maintain their Vette exactly as it was when it […]
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – General Motors said Wednesday it will invest $131 million in the Bowling Green Assembly plant to support production of the next generation Chevrolet Corvette, adding about 250 jobs.
In the near future we’ll be showcasing some Corvette parts that we manufacture at our facility in Sawyer, Michigan. But for now, here’s a little history on our first parts ever offered by Corvette Central: the 1953-60 grille teeth. Company founder Jerry Kohn: “Our first parts were grille teeth for the 1953-60. To know why this […]
People read and witness Corvette judging at shows and wonder in particular if a certain part that is not original or NOS will be considered “correct”. While there are many ways to judge a car, most often a customer is concerned about either Bloomington Gold or the NCRS (National Corvette Restorers Society) style judging. Even […]
For your convenience, the following is a glossary of terms commonly used in the Corvette community. ABS Anti-lock Braking System. Sensors monitor wheel rotation and prevent wheel lockup during braking by modulating hydraulic pressure. ASR Acceleration Slip Regulation A-Pillar The post section between the door glass and the windshield.