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National Corvette Museum Commemorates Sinkhole’s Third Anniversary With 1962 Corvette Restoration

The 1962 “sinkhole” Corvette being moved from display in the Skydome to a Museum garage bay where it will undergo restoration.

From the National Corvette Museum: February 9, 2017 1962 Corvette is the last of three to be restored, visitors can watch on-going work Three years ago, on February 12, 2014, viewers tuning in to their morning news witnessed and heard an almost unbelievable story – a sinkhole had opened inside the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky, and eight ...

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Corvette Demographics – Highest US Density

Corvette Demographics - Highest US Density

A month ago, we wrote an article about the current Corvette Demographics based upon 2015 sales numbers. GM Parts Center, a Genuine GM parts supplier located in Arizona, recently compiled the data of online shoppers who have come to their site to purchase Corvette parts and put together some interesting demographic data. According to their data, the largest number of ...

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XPEL ULTIMATE Hand-Cut Film Protects Classic, Rare and Collectible Vehicles

XPEL ULTIMATE Hand-Cut Film Protects Classic, Rare and Collectible Vehicles

Below is a press release by XPEL Technologies Corporation regarding their high quality paint protection film for new and vintage collectible automobiles. At MacMulkin Chevrolet, we recommend this incredible product for your new Corvette; especially the C7 Corvette Z06 with the wider fenders and extremely sticky tires that they come with. For more information and pricing options, please contact our ...

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Think You’re Too Young to Afford a Corvette? Think Again!

Video clip from A Boy's Dream - Introducing the 2005 Corvette from Chevrolet

Over the decades, Corvette redesigns have always been evolutionary and rather conservative, but that all changed with the introduction of the 2014 C7 Corvette Stingray at the North American International Auto Show, in Detroit, Michigan in January of 2013. GM’s goal for the C7 Corvette Stingray was to release a clean-slate Corvette that would capture the hearts and minds of ...

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Corvette Sales Remain Steady Through June as 2016 Production Comes to an End

C7 Corvettes Leaving the Bowling Green Corvette Assembly Plant

General Motors has released their June 2016 sales report and Corvette sales remained relatively steady to the end of the 2016 model year as 2016 Corvette production ended yesterday. 2,483 2016 Corvettes were delivered last month which is an 11.5 % decrease from this month last year. Corvette Deliveries for June 2016 Month Calendar Year-to-Date Month 2016 2015 % Change ...

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National Corvette Day Today!

National Corvette Day Today!

The Corvette has been produced for seven generations over the past 63 years. Known throughout the world as “America’s Sports Car,” the Corvette embodies the concept of innovation. On June 30, 1953, the first Corvette came off the assembly line. In 2008, the United States House of Representatives passed a resolution that June 30th would annually be known as “National ...

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Mid-Engine 2019 Corvette Spied Testing in the Daylight

Mid-Engine 2019 Corvette Spied Testing in the Daylight

A mid-engine Corvette prototype has just been spied out testing in the daylight at the Milford Proving Grounds in Michigan.  All of the testing of the rumored mid-engined Corvette has been done at night in order to keep prying eyes away. Unfortunately,  the pictures were taken from a mile away using a long-range lens and a 50.3 megapixel DSLR camera.  ...

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