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No matter how new and cool technology is today, there’s always something newer and cooler waiting in the wings to replace it.
Today, you can buy a C5 Corvette and be fairly competitive at most any autocross event, but be prepared to get lost in a sea of similar Corvettes. Driving a classic muscle car, however, is a different story.
Are you restoring your hot rod or are you going above and beyond? Detroit never made them that nice!
Former Hot Rod and Chevy High Performance magazine editor Ro McGonegal talks about what got him into hot rodding and his fuel-injected 1962 Corvette.
Car lovers worldwide: That wonderful phenomenon that floats your boat is called isomorphic correspondence, and loosely translated it means nostalgia.
CPP has implemented a voluntary safety recall of steering pitman arm PN 5557PA-M. The pitman arm has been identified to have some manufacturing inconsistencies.
Building your Corvette can be accomplished in any number of different approaches but it should always be the way you want.
Driving simulations are fun, but they will never duplicate the adrenaline-producing effects of pushing a real car around a real track. Why? Because there’s no risk to failure in the virtual world.