Label Motorsports’ Vouno – Meet its Creator

Label Motorsports’ Vouno – Meet its Creator

C8 Corvette Information, Corvette Information, Corvette News and Archives
Exclusive Interview with Andy Siradakis-Owner of Label Motorsports - Creator of "Vouno" In the April 2022 issue of Vette Vues Magazine, we shared with you an exclusive interview with Andy Siradakis, owner of Label Motorsports! Andy made headlines recently when he unveiled his creation- the world’s first widebody C8 Corvette. As part of this interview, Wayne Ellwood took an in-depth look at everything that went into building this incredible vehicle, from the inspiration behind it to the manufacturing process, and everything in between! We want to share with you some more photos of his work. This 17-month journey culminated with what you see below.  Andy's work with cars started out as an extension of his love for the automotive industry. Having read every book and manual he could find, Andy…
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1967 Corvette Custom Widebody that Blew Us Away

1967 Corvette Custom Widebody that Blew Us Away

1967 Corvette Information, C2 Corvette Category, Corvettes at Auction
The 1967 Corvette Custom Widebody is a stunning car that's coming up for auction at the Mecum Indy show. 1967 Corvette Custom Widebody Vanguard Green with Tan interior. Photo courtesy Mecum Auction UPDATE: 1967 Corvette Custom Widebody bid to $250,000 and The Bid Goes On… This 1967 Corvette Custom Widebody from B Rods in Knoxville, Tennessee is one of the most impressive cars from the SEMA 2019 Show. It's coming up for auction at the Mecum Indy show starting May 13 through 21, 2022, and is Lot 242. Beginning with a '67 Corvette, B Rods transformed it into a modern-day '67 C2 Corvette Stingray with a widebody. Why was this modification done to a Classic C2 Corvette? One-off 1967 Corvette Custom Widebody, 3 inches wider than stock. Photo courtesy Mecum…
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How will the Low Volume Vehicle Manufacturing Act Update Affect Turnkey Corvettes? Updated 1-1-2022: NEW SEMA EMISSIONS CERTIFICATION PROGRAM

How will the Low Volume Vehicle Manufacturing Act Update Affect Turnkey Corvettes? Updated 1-1-2022: NEW SEMA EMISSIONS CERTIFICATION PROGRAM

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UPDATE FEBRUARY 1, 2022: The new SEMA Certified-Emissions program gives manufacturers the ability to verify that a product meets the EPA’s “reasonable basis” criteria for sale in 49 states. THE NEW SEMA EMISSIONS CERTIFICATION PROGRAM HELPS MANUFACTURERS GET PRODUCTS TO MARKET FASTER The first-ever program meets EPA’s Tampering Policy requirements DIAMOND BAR, Calif. (Feb. 1, 2022) – SEMA introduced a new program to make it possible for automotive aftermarket parts manufacturers to meet the legal requirement for emissions compliance under the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Tampering Policy. The program, called SEMA Certified-Emissions (SC-E), gives manufacturers the ability to verify that a product meets the EPA’s “reasonable basis” criteria and is therefore legal for sale in 49 states. For the first time ever, manufacturers have a clear, accelerated path to compliance and…
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MEGA PHOTO GALLERY: SEMA 2021 CORVETTES TO THE EXTREME!

MEGA PHOTO GALLERY: SEMA 2021 CORVETTES TO THE EXTREME!

Corvette Events, Corvette Features, Corvette News and Archives
Enjoy some of the world's best tuners in our photo converge of SEMA2021 where they take the Corvette to some of the wildest creations to the extremes. The SEMA Show took place on November 2 - November 5, 2021, at the Las Vegas Convention Center located at 3150 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, Nevada. This is the world's largest trade show, i.e. a candy store for car enthusiasts. The commercial booths that are at the show display car accessories, parts, gadgets, and add-ons that attendees can see up close. Many of the parts are mounted on a variety of different vehicles so you can see them functioning in their product setting. If you didn't get to attend this year's Specialty Equipment Market Association show, we have a huge photo gallery of some of…
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Dave Kindig 1953 Corvette Concept Debut

Dave Kindig 1953 Corvette Concept Debut

1953 Corvette Information, C1 Corvette Information, Corvette Features, Corvette News and Archives
Dave Kindig 1953 Corvette Concept that Debut at SEMA 2021 The 2021 SEMA Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center was November 2-5, 2021, and there were some of the most awesome cars in the world on display. Today on the Vette Vues’ blog, we are looking at the One-Of-A-Kind Dave Kindig 1953 Corvette Concept that made its Debut. Make sure you check out the video at the end where Dave Kindig gives us a tour of his custom 1953 Corvette C1. Dave Kindig 1953 Corvette Concept that Debut at SEMA 2021 side shot photo. Carbon fiber body designed by KINGDIG-IT DESIGN and manufactured by Doug’s Performance Corvettes. Photo Credits Gary Rosier David Kindig and his talented team have been designing some of the best cars on the planet.  But Dave…
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Chevrolet ZZ632/1000 Wins New Product Award Performance-Street at SEMA 2021

Chevrolet ZZ632/1000 Wins New Product Award Performance-Street at SEMA 2021

Corvette News and Archives, Other Chevrolet News
All “car guys” eyes are on SEMA this week.  The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) announced its Best New Products Award winners Tuesday (November 2, 2021), in the Performance-Street Product category, the Winner was the ZZ632/1000 Crate Engine by General Motors. Chevrolet ZZ632/1000 Wins New Product Award Performance-Street at SEMA 2021. Photo Credit Gary Rosier for Vette Vues Magazine 12/30/2021 NOTE UPDATE: GM Performance has confirmed the ZZ632/1000 unit's MSRP of $37,758.82. The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) announced its Best New Products Award winners at the 2021 SEMA Show. These awards are given to the most innovative and cutting-edge automotive aftermarket products that will be available in 2022.SEMA’s annual New Product Awards competition recognizes outstanding achievements in developing products being introduced to the automotive specialty-equipment market at the SEMA…
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RESULTS ARE IN: CORVETTE IN THE TOP THREE FINALISTS FOR THE 2021 SEMA AWARD

RESULTS ARE IN: CORVETTE IN THE TOP THREE FINALISTS FOR THE 2021 SEMA AWARD

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SEMA announced finalists for the 2021 SEMA Award, a recognition presented to new vehicle models that provide the best platforms for customization. Corvette is once again recognized by the SEMA Show exhibitors of the Specialty Equipment Market Association. Members voted on new vehicle models that provided the aftermarket with the best platforms for customization and Corvette was recognized in the SEMA Car of the year finalists. Also sharing this category are the Ford Mustang and the Nissan GT-R. The winners will be announced at the event held November 2-5, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. BELOW IS THE PRESS RELEASE DATED 10/06/2021 2021 SEMA AWARD FINALISTS ANNOUNCED -- Awards recognize the industry's trend-setting vehicle models that are best for customization -- DIAMOND BAR, Calif. (Oct. 6, 2021) – The Specialty Equipment Market…
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2017 SEMA CORVETTE PHOTOS

Chevrolet Corvette Photo Galleries
Vette Vues Magazine covered the SEMA 2017 in the February and March 2018 issues.  We will share with you some of the photos that didn't make the print but we know you will still enjoy seeing them.  The coverage was done by Wayne Ellwood. "As in past year's I am pleased to tell you that SEMA was better than ever. Of course, as it gets bigger and better it also gets harder to limit the amount of detail we want to provide you. That's why, this year, our coverage will come in two parts. There is just so much to tell." ~ Wayne Ellwood Our first photos are of GM's display.  The feature car was, of course, the 2018 Z06 Carbon 65 Edition Corvette at SEMA 2017. 2018 Z06 Carbon 65…
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Protection of Motorsports Act of 2017 in Congress

Protection of Motorsports Act of 2017 in Congress

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Bill to Protect Motorsports Reintroduced in the U.S. House of Representatives Great news today of the reintroduction of RPM Act (Protection of Motorsports Act of 2017) in Washington D.C. for the Americans' right to modify street vehicles into dedicated racecars and industry's right to sell the parts that enable racers to compete. "This bill amends the Clean Air Act to allow the modification of a vehicle's air emission controls if the vehicle is used solely for competition." ~ https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/house-bill/350 Released: Washington, D.C. (January 9, 2017) [caption id="attachment_1661" align="alignleft" width="128"] Protection of Motorsports Act of 2017 in Congress was reintroduced by U.S. Representative Patrick McHenry (R-NC) and his colleagues. Photo By Aigrette (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0) or GFDL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html)], via Wikimedia Commons[/caption]SEMA President & CEO Chris Kersting today praised…
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