Stock 1968 Corvette Features

Stock 1968 Corvette Features

1968 Corvette Information, C3 Corvette Information, Corvette Features, Vette Vues Magazine Past Coverage of Corvette Events
In Vette Vues blog post we are looking at some stock 1968 Corvettes and their history. Each one has a unique story told by their owners. The cars we are looking at are from the 2019 Bloomington Gold Special Collection. (Photo Credits: Bob Cook) If you are interested in attending the Bloomington Gold events or other Corvette Events, check out our Corvette Event Calendar. You can read Vette Vues Magazine's 3-part coverage of the Bloomington Gold Special Collection in the November, December 2019 and January 2020 issues. Our first 1968 Corvette is an L89 Convertible # 03554. Engine option L89 has Aluminum Cylinder Heads with L71 Engine. There were 624 with this engine of the total production of 28,566. The option was an additional $805. The base 1968 Corvette convertible…
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January 2020 Issue Preview

January 2020 Issue Preview

Corvette Magazine Back Issues, Corvette News and Archives, Vette Vues Magazine Issue Preview
In the January 2020 Issue Vette Vues Magazine, we look at our cover car, Bill Tower's 1963 Grand Sport #005.  Show Features include the Woodward Avenue Dream Cruise, the SACC National Convention, Bloomington Gold Special Collection (Part 3) and 2019 Eyes on Design.  We take a look at the Ron Fellows Driving School and we look back at the 2019 Trans-Am Championship and the 2019 HSR Daytona Classic 24.  The new C8 Corvette is the quickest in its history; we look at the LT2 V-8 Engine and the Dual-clutch Transmission.  Historian, Kenneth Kayser, shares more history on the new 2020 Corvette.  Wayne Scraba brings us the comparison of the Holley Carburetors.  Toy Vues, Model Scene, Corvette Calendar of Events, Classified and Major Corvette Advertisers, all jam-packed in our 128-page January…
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Vettes at Sedalia all Corvette Cruise-In

Vettes at Sedalia all Corvette Cruise-In

Corvette News and Archives
Check out some of the vanity license plates from the Vettes at Sedalia, all Corvette Cruise-In. On June 15th, 2019, the Virginia Corvette Club hosted the Vettes at Sedalia, an all Corvette Cruise-In. Robert Anderson got us some photos to enjoy. The Virginia Corvette Club membership comes primarily from Lynchburg, Virginia, and the surrounding counties and communities.  It was established in October of 1983 during a ride on the beautiful Blue Ridge Parkway when twenty-two Corvettes joined for a cruise. The VCC’s main goal is camaraderie and having fun, excitement, and adventure with their Corvettes, but their goals go beyond that. They support the community, the National Corvette Museum, and other worthwhile causes and charities.  Virginia Corvette Club hosted the Vettes at Sedalia On June 15th, 2019, the Virginia Corvette Club hosted the Vettes at Sedalia, an all Corvette Cruise-In. Robert Anderson got…
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