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Seat Belt Options to Keep Your Corvette Safe and Legal

Posted by Neal on 2/28/2014 to About Corvettes
If your Corvette pre-dates 1958, the first year seat belts were a standard factory installation from Chevrolet, you might wish to forgo adding seat belts to retain authenticity of your classic car. Later cars led way to a variety of belt systems and designs, as federal regulations mandated seat belts in all domestic cars after 1966. Find out what options exist to simultaneously keep you and your passengers safe and keep your Corvette "classic."

Cool Apparel for the Hardcore Corvette Lover

Posted by Neal on 2/27/2014 to Recent News
Affectionately known as America's sports car, the Corvette is a unique vehicle that draws many followers. Corvette fans often enjoy wearing apparel with embroidery and logos based on their favorite vehicles. Whether you drive your own Corvette or are shopping for the hardcore fan in your life, there is plenty of cool apparel. These top-quality choices allow fans to show off their pride in style.

Keeping Your Paint Job Looking Perfect

Posted by Neal on 2/21/2014 to About Corvettes
When your Corvette's paint job looks amazing, it is important to take care of it to ensure your paint job continues to look perfect for years to come. Proper washing is essential to ensure the paint is kept in proper condition, and rust proofing is another useful step to take to further protect your car.

LED Taillights and Other Modern Options for Classic Cars

Posted by Neal on 2/14/2014
Restoring a classic car to its former splendor can be a monumental task, involving finding and installing original parts or reasonable substitutes. While embarking on this journey, consider outfitting your automobile with modern options, like LED taillights, for a car that is roadworthy in a fast-paced world while retaining that classic look.

Corvettes Through the Ages: Restoring a Vintage Car

Posted by Neal on 2/14/2014 to About Corvettes
From the C1 Corvette of the 1950s to the C6 of modern times, Chevrolet has taken pride in improving this classic car's design every step of the way, making it lighter, safer and faster. If you find yourself with an older Corvette and decide to restore it to its former glory, consider the following to make your efforts more enjoyable:

Why a Car Cover Is an Essential Accessory

Posted by Neal on 2/13/2014 to About Corvettes
Classic car owners tend to cherish their vehicles. Many keep them tucked safely away in a garage or storage unit when not in use. However, even if you have a garage, a car cover remains an essential accessory for your classic automobile. Here are several things to consider when you want to purchase a cover for your classic.
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 Seat Belt Options to Keep Your Corvette Safe and Legal
 Cool Apparel for the Hardcore Corvette Lover
 Keeping Your Paint Job Looking Perfect
 LED Taillights and Other Modern Options for Classic Cars
 Corvettes Through the Ages: Restoring a Vintage Car
 Why a Car Cover Is an Essential Accessory
 Why the 2014 Corvette Stingray Is the Readers' Choice Favorite
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 Unique Gift Ideas for the Corvette Enthusiast
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 What to Expect in the 2014 Corvette
 Choosing a Corvette Cover That Meets Your Style and Conditions
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 Preserving a Piece of History
 Popular Modifications for Classic Cars
 Gift Ideas for the Corvette Enthusiast in Your Life
 Past and Present: The C6 Corvette Earns Fans Again
 The Original Corvette: The C1
 '53 Corvette: The Birth of A Classic
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