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1961 C1 Corvette Owned, Raced and Driven for 54 Years

1961 C1 Corvette Owned, Raced and Driven for 54 Years

Posted by Matt Panos - Marketing Associate on 24th Feb 2018

Your first car, there will never be another quite like it. Gather any group of “high-mileage” car guys and invariably talk turns to first cars, horsepower and four-speeds, followed by a group lamentat … read more
One of 10,494: A 1963 Corvette Split-Window Story

One of 10,494: A 1963 Corvette Split-Window Story

Posted by Matt Panos - Marketing Associate on 20th Feb 2018

There were 10,494 Corvette split-window coupes built for 1963, so there has to be at least that many stories, and thousands more if a pass-around rate for Corvette owners is added to the mix.If a pers … read more
His Childhood Dream Car Was This 1967 Shelby G.T. 500

His Childhood Dream Car Was This 1967 Shelby G.T. 500

Posted by Matt Panos - Marketing Associate on 19th Feb 2018

Near the end of 1966, a significant change took place at Shelby American. In a decided shift away from the antisocial G.T. 350, a road-racing rogue of a car, Shelby smoothed out the rough edges to pro … read more
Next Level ’69 Charger With Full Restomod Treatment

Next Level ’69 Charger With Full Restomod Treatment

Posted by Matt Panos - Marketing Associate on 19th Feb 2018

Father-and-son projects are a staple of the car hobby, and it doesn’t really matter what brand flavor you like, there are always stories to be told. Sometimes these stories involve a passing of the ba … read more
Left for Dead, This F-100 is Alive and Well

Left for Dead, This F-100 is Alive and Well

Posted by Matt Panos - Marketing Associate on 19th Feb 2018

Sometimes your job becomes the perfect source to assist you in your hobby. From Walterboro, South Carolina, Ken Stanley is a welder and millwright who put his welding skills to good use during the thr … read more