Vette Vues Magazine July 2020 Issue
#586 Volume 48, Issue Number 12
In this issue, we take a look at a beautiful 1963 Corvette built by Eddie’s Rod and Custom. Joe Weber’s Corvette first hit the scene at the 2019 SEMA and has a crate 6.2-liter LT4 with a supercharger, rated at 650 HP, and mated to a six-speed TREMEC transmission.
Other features were a 1984 Z51 Survivor Corvette and a Classic 1960 C1 Vette.
The National Corvette Museum is now reopened after being shut down because of COVID-19. Kornel Werner shares a photo walkthrough of his visit last year of the museum and shows us a glimpse of what we can see when we do our next visit to the NCM.
We look at the history of the last of the C3 Corvette, the 1982 Vette. Jan Hyde shares some awesome Corvette Race cars and their history. We also look at the multiple obstacles the new C8 Mid-Engine 2020 Corvette has faced.
Wayne Scraba shares in his tech article the dampening harmonics in your engine. Wayne Ellwood shares how to fix that rusted birdcage.
Because of the pandemic, many, many events have been canceled. We look back at last year’s Corvettes in the Vettes at Sedalia in our Club Vues.
We love our readers. In our Reader’s Vues, we take a look a how a Corvette played an interictal part of a family’s history and their business “Pop’ 66.”
William Landis shares details on some awesome models in his column. This month “Toy Vues” is the last of the column as Editor Emeritus, James Prather, retires from his column.
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Articles in the July 2020 issue of Vette Vues Magazine
5…Joe Weber Stuns Crowds at Chicago and Toronto with his 1963 Corvette
10…Look Inside the NCM
18…1984 Z51 Survivor Corvette
25…1982 Corvette; the Last of the C3s
34…A tale to lift our Spirits – Part 1 of 3
40…Corvette Legend or Myth: 2020 Corvette Obstacles
46…Rusted Birdcage? Let’s Fix It!
56…Club Vues: Vettes at Sedalia
58…Mike Alberty’s Classic 1960 C1 Corvette
64…Harmful Harmonics – Dampening Harmonics in your Engine
77…Reader’s Story: Pops 66
69…Rear Vues: 1956-Part III
85…Business Card File
95…Corvettes at Carlisle Displays
Our Cover Car: Joe Weber’s 1963 Chevrolet Corvette coupe first hit the scene at the 2019 SEMA show. Eddie’s Rod & Custom built the car. It has a crate 6.2-liter LT4 with a supercharger, rated at 650 HP, and mated to a six-speed TREMEC transmission.
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