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  • Our American Idle II / 1991 Corvette Roadster

    Karl Engel

    My wife Eileen and I have always admired the design of the fourth generation Corvette. Our last C4 was Arctic White 1994 LT1, which was lost to the East Coast super storm "Sandy." One day, my wife and I spotted our American Idle II - a bright red C4 convertible with red and black interior.

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  • Corvette Heaven

    Ron Euliano

    Hi my name is Ron and I have owned my 1967 Corvette roadster since 1973. In 1974, I won first place in the New York Coliseum auto show with a sign that read (Ron's pride and joy driven in the streets of Brooklyn rain or shine) which I still have.

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  • Taking Do-It-Yourself to a New Level

    Bryan Fawcett

    Corvette enthusiast Bryan Fawcett purchased his 2007 Atomic Orange C6 in May 2013 and was looking for a project that he and his newly-retired father, Richard, could work on together.

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  • My First Corvette and Wow!

    Ed Fichter

    I have always been a muscle car enthusiast. I was driving home one day from work and I spotted this 1996 Corvette Collectors Edition out of the corner of my eye.

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  • 1962 Corvette

    Bob Franasiak

    In February of 1966, my parents rented our upper flat to newlyweds. They wanted to rent the spare garage for a "special" car.

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  • Don't Pinch Me! I Don't Want to Wake Up!

    Vic Gazitano

    Livin' the Dream with My Corvette

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  • The $400 Corvette

    Josh Gierke

    Every car has a history, and every owner has a story as to how they got that car. My 1979 Corvette is no different. It all started last summer, when I bought a $400 4 wheeler and traded up on Craigslist for my Corvette.

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  • The Lost and Found Corvette

    Josh Gierke

    Growing up, I had always been around Corvettes. I own several myself, buying my first one at age 16, and continuing to acquire them from there.

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