Tag: Chevrolet

Should Chevy Build a Mid-Engined Corvette Hypercar? [w/Poll]

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We heard a rumor earlier in the week that Chevy might be considering a mid-engine layout for its new Corvette ZR1. That rumor comes via Motor Trend, and, while we take it with a grain of salt, there is some history to back it up. After all, the idea of a mid-engined Corvette has been around since 1959. The question is, can it be successful in the market? Continue Reading »

GM Recall Extends to Its Own Recalls


This would be funny if it weren’t so sad. The GM recall now extends to its recall for faulty ignition parts. That’s right. It’s a recalled recall. Actually, it’s beyond sad. The GM recall covers more than 15 million cars and trucks with bad ignition switches and keys. The work has swamped dealerships.

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Chevy Challenges Students to Build Electric and Hybrid Camaros [w/Video]


Some graduates dream of going back to college for the nightlife, or the girls, or the cheap pizza. Others for the crazy stories. If it was us, we’d go back for this (and maybe pizza). Sponsored by the US Department of Energy, this is the EcoCar 3 competition, a design series that pits the country’s top colleges against each other to redesign the Chevrolet Camaro into – gasp – a hybrid-electric car.

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Don Yenko’s First ’67 Camaro Heading to Auction


No matter where you look, the talk of the town remains that Ferrari 250 GTO that sold for $38 million at Pebble Beach. We love it too, but it’s not the only rare breed that’s crossing the block these days. Continue Reading »

Recalled GMs Are a Bargain if You’re Desperate


There’s good news and bad news if you’re in the market for a used GM. The good news is some models are seeing big price drops. The bad news is most of these GMs aren’t worthy of space in your driveway. Continue Reading »

Barn Find: 200 Vintage Cars from Old Chevy Dealer up for Auction


Nebraska, commonly known as the Cornhusker State, is quickly on the road to coining a new nickname – the Barn Find State. Last year, VanDerBrink Auctions stumbled across the closed-up Lambrecht Chevrolet dealership, which yielded 500 classic cars (mainly from the ‘50s,‘60s, and ‘70s) – 50 of which had never been sold and barely driven. Well, incredibly they’ve done it again.

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A Crazy Person Poured Paint Stripper on a 2014 Corvette Stingray


Many people that spot an exemplary or expensive car on the road go out of their way to give a thumbs-up, honk, or just a casual wave of approval. Sadly, not everyone is as cordial. Or sane. Continue Reading »

Zora Arkus-Duntov: Father of the Corvette

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GM has a problem, one that has plagued the automaker for decades. It’s too big. It’s too structured. Entire layers of the company are disconnected from what should be the firm’s only business: building incredible vehicles. This weakness has brought it to the edge of ruin time and again. This is a tragedy, because GM has the potential to be the world’s greatest car manufacturer, if only it were as passionate about autos as its profit margins.

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Should Ford and Chevy Build Hellcat Competitors? [Poll]

Challenger Hellcat Mustang Camaro

We get it, the Dodge Challenger Hellcat is really cool and really fun and really powerful. But as the hype over America’s most powerful muscle car starts to dwindle, we wonder, are Ford and Chevy chomping at the bit to challenge the Hellcat even more? We sure hope so.

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Chevy Camaro 1LE SEMA Showstopper: Your Ride

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Every owner dreams of seeing their ride up on stage in front of millions of people, at one of the nation’s biggest auto events. One of our readers, Bob — a long time racer and Camaro advocate — got to see his dream come true with his Continental Tire Camaro 1LE show car this past year at SEMA.

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