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For those of you with eagle eyes, you may have noticed, GM is starting to tip it's hand on what the future may hold for the C7 and the C8 Corvette. For those in the know and more importantly the conspiracy theorists among us, the LT5 Book Code has started to show up in some GM documents. If you jump down the rabbit hole with us for a second, we will explain. We will say right up front, these are no specs for this engine, but if you jump on the crazy train for a second and just take a...

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It's that time of year again. If you are running out of ideas and are in a time crunch, try Custom Corvette Accessories Gift Cards. Delivered right to your email address instantly, they make a great last minute gift and take the hassle out of Christmas Shopping

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One of the questions I get asked all the time is "Have you been to the National Corvette Museum" - followed a flood of other questions. So I though I would just put it out there, for all of you who have the same question. To answer the first question: Yes. To answer the rest of the questions, Yes, it is worth the trip. Yes, you can spend a whole day there ( I could spend a week there - wait I have...) Yes, you can walk over and take a tour of the Factory. Yes, you can actually drive...

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Caught "Red Handed", what appears to be a couple of C7 Corvette ZR1's out in broad daylight. We know GM has gas on site, so we could assume that this was a lengthy test run to need fuel outside of the Compound. One looks to be a convertible, other than that, we don't get much more info but we thought we would share the video with you.  Just click the Link Below C7 Corvette ZR1 out on the Street

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...well Car and Driver's Don Sherman sure thinks so in his new writings this week. His theory is based on the fact that Hoerbiger Drivetrain Mechatronics was bought up by Tremec, who already supplies the means to transfer all that power to GM. Who is Hoerbiger Drivetrain Mechatronics you say? They are a Belgian Firm that has relationships with Mercedes Benz, Ferrari and McLaren just to name a few. Now we got you attention, because if you read between the lines, that could very well mean the twin-disk-clutch that we all dream about and it will be a huge leap forward in Corvette...

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