1970 Corvette Historical Brochure

1970 Corvette Historical Brochure

1970 Corvette Information, C3 Corvette Information
The 1970 Corvette sales brochure was produced by Campbell-Ewald. The advertising agency started in June 1911. Wikipedia says, "Chevrolet became the agency's first major client in 1919 and by 1922, Campbell Ewald was awarded all of General Motors' ad business. The agency continued its partnership with GM for more than 90 years." Our brochure we are looking at today is for the 1970 Corvette. The title on the brochure is: People have the idea you can tell what cars of the future will be like by looking at Chevrolet's Corvette. They're right. 1970 Corvette sales brochure cover When you buy a Corvette, you buy a lot more than a car- you buy an image. A car that looks all hood and wheels. A car that's eager for the open road.…
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1970 Corvettes 50th Anniversary Display at Corvettes at Carlisle 2020

1970 Corvettes 50th Anniversary Display at Corvettes at Carlisle 2020

1970 Corvette Information, C3 Corvette Information, Corvette Events, Corvette News and Archives
Today on our blog we will share some photos of the 1970 Corvettes 50th Anniversary Display at the 2020 Corvettes at Carlisle event in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Corvettes at Carlisle 2020 will be remembered for a long time for those who attended. It was a very unusual event because of COVID-19. Many regular Corvette enthusiasts chose not to attend this year. But, for those of use who did, there were still plenty of gorgeous Corvette to enjoy. 1970 Corvettes 50th Anniversary Display at Corvettes at Carlisle 2020 This year the 1970 Corvette was celebrating its 50th anniversary. Bob Cook brings us our photo coverage of this once in a lifetime special display. (You can read about Chip's Choice Display at the 2020 Corvettes at Carlisle show Here.) The 1970 Corvette is…
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1970 Mako Shark Built by Joel Rosen

1970 Mako Shark Built by Joel Rosen

1970 Corvette Information, C3 Corvette Information, Corvette Features
1970 Mako Shark Built by Joel Rosen EYES on DESIGN June 21, 2015 Photos & Story By: Wayne Ellwood This Feature Appeared in the August 2015 issue of Vette Vues Magazine. 1970 Mako Shark Owner: Dan McMichael This car was originally built for a man in Brooklyn (NY) by Joel Rosen. After driving about 1000 miles, the car ended up in outdoor storage. That’s where Joel found it. Joel bought the car back and then offered it (along with some others) for sale. At this point, in early 2001, Dan heard about the car and bought it. Over a period of time, Dan bought four cars from Joel but this was the first The Body and paint were the main items requiring immediate attention. Dan sent the car to Chris…
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