In our March 2018 issue of Vette Vues Magazine, we look at part two of the 2017 SEMA Report, Vette Rod Modulars, Holley’s Stealthy EFI System, Harley Earl’s 1963 Corvette , 21st Corvette Hall of Fame, Petit Le Mans 2017, Hutchinson’s Grand Sports, Alfred Worden’s 1971 Apollo XV Corvette Found, Ed Nieves’ Corvette, Ladies of SEMA, Pierre Joly’s 1956 & 1957 Corvettes, Model Scene, Toy Vues, 1975 Corvette Vintage Ads, Corvette Classified Ads and more!
#558 MARCH 2018 ISSUE VETTE VUES MAGAZINE, VOLUME 46, ISSUE NUMBER 8
4…2017 SEMA Report Final – Part 2
21…Pierre Joly’s 1956 & 1957 Corvettes
27…Ladies of SEMA
30…Harley Earl’s 1963 Corvette
40…Ed Nieves Journey Into the World of Tri-Power, NCRS, Bloomington Gold, and Triple Diamond – Level Corvettes
51…Alfred Worden’s 1971 Apollo XV Corvette Found
59…Hutchinson’s Grand Sports
72…Two Corvettes Raise $2.325 Million to Benefit Military Veterans
87…Petit Le Mans 2017 – A Race for Championships!
96…21st Corvette Hall of Fame
100…Holley’s Stealthy EFI System – Part I
111…Vette Rod Modulars – Part II
84…Rear Vues – 1975 – Part I
118…Business Card File
On the Cover: The Green Hornet Corvette is a customer car from Washington state. The basic C7 was sent to Ivan Tampi to work his magic. The car carries the base engine, with additional power provided via a front-mounted supercharger and a full two bottle nitrous system. Photo Credits: Wayne Ellwood @ SEMA 2017.
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