Do you hate how the seat belts look in your Corvette? Are you concerned about their integrity due to years of exposure to sunlight and heat?
Have you ever thought about how the correct rear axle ratio affects your Corvette’s performance? First, learn what ratio you have hidden away in the differential housing. Early Corvettes (1960-1970) may have many different ratios; later Corvettes had fewer choices, in an effort to boost fuel mileage, and by the mid-80s performance gear ratio options […]
What is your first impression upon seeing all these carburetors in a row? Sheer terror or wondering why they would do something that crazy? A few of us actually must have them. When the carburetors are set up properly, the feeling of an additional four barrels opening is exhilarating. The acceleration rate is similar in […]
Originally hailing from Toledo, Ohio, the now-defunct Libbey-Owens-Ford Company produced OEM and replacement flat glass for the construction and automotive industries until 1986 when it sold to Pilkington in the UK. Among its products were windshields and windows for the C1 through C4 generation Corvettes. But how do you decipher the LOF glass codes?
Corvette Central manufactures many parts for Corvettes, including this cable nut for various control cables found on 58-62 Corvettes. Our three-step, in-house machining process is as follows:
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.
One of the first things you notice when you look at the interior of any car is the steering wheel. Years of handling tends to make them ratty and, frankly, disgusting. A fresh steering wheel almost feels like fitting a good pair of new shoes.
Whether prepping your Corvette to roll across the auction block or display at a show, cleaning the engine adds value. A spotless engine shows just how important and well maintained is your Corvette. Filthy engines are more apt to retain heat and make it difficult to detect small leaks. Dirt and dust cause pulleys and […]
Using aftermarket weatherstrip pieces in the past, we had to choose either adjusting the windows to seal, or adjusting the windows to roll up and down without the door open. There was no way to do both. ’77 and earlier models used a different style rear vertical weatherstrip that wasn’t solid so it made window […]