http://www.hotrod.com - The key to unearthing gems from the Petersen Publishing photo archive is knowing how to navigate the archive’s logbooks. The loose-leaf binders hold a chronological record of all the film that passed through the company’s photo department beginning in 1955.
http://www.carscoops.com - Ever wondered about all the steps muscle car manufacturers had to take in order to bring their creations from past to present?
http://www.carscoops.com - If you know what lightweight cars are about and you don't mind owning something really quirky, this stripped down Vette might be for you.
https://www.corvetteforum.com - Everyone is talking about the mid-engine Corvette that’s coming, but don’t worry, the classic will remain.
https://www.nytimes.com - The purr and the roar of a powerful car doesn’t just happen. It is a composition, a combination of art and engineering.
http://www.corvetteblogger.com - Chevrolet will be ending the 2018 model year early once the Assembly Plant comes back online and the 2019 Corvettes will start on January 29, 2019. The news comes directly from Chevrolet, who communicated this information to their dealers in this week’s order consensus email.
https://www.youtube.com - Zach Maskell checks out the world's biggest all-Corvette show in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
http://www.roadandtrack.com - Porsche's quickest car and Chevrolet's white whale are officially testing together. These photos prove what we know: the mid-engined Corvette is designed to compete directly with the Porsche 911 Turbo S.
http://www.autonews.com - Another, more production-looking C8 Corvette mule has been spotted in camouflage -- this time near Cadillac, Michigan.
http://autoweek.com - The new shots show a true mid-engine look with a shorter hood and long, sloping rear end, presumably where the engine sits. Its shape looks a lot like a Ferrari 458/488 to us, which bodes well for the upcoming supercar. Speaking of engines, there are a lot of choices for this next world beater; the 650-hp LT4 comes to mind, but a simpler LT1 with 500 horses or so could also work.