2016 Chevrolet Corvette: Four Door Model Coming


as republished from NSEAVoice.com

A 2016 Four Door Corvette from Down Under

Dateline October 2015: We should be seeing a four-door version of the Chevrolet Corvette arrive next year although it will not be wearing a Chevrolet badge and it will not be available in the US. Continue reading

2016 Chevrolet Corvette: Four Door Model Coming”

Let’s Play, Corvette Odd-Ball: FOR SALE – 1980 Four-Door Corvette

Dateline: 8.8.11
One of the Top-10 All-Time Odd-Ball Corvettes can be YOURS, for just $265,000!

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I’m sorry, but some things just SHOULD NOT be done. Back in 1963 a high-ranking GM executive got the bright idea that perhaps, Chevrolet should make a 4-seater Corvette Sting Ray. After all, Ford was doing pretty good with their Thunderbird that was once a 2-seater sports car, so why shouldn’t Chevrolet do the same, RIGHT?

Fortunately, this 4-seater Thunderbird fighter 1963 Sting Ray never went past the mock-up stage.

I’ve worked as a designer at Tyco Toys and Mattel Mt. Laurel in the R&D department and the ONLY way that bone headed ideas ever get past the verbal stage is if an executive makes the suggestion. Then you have to build one just to show the Mensa Society genius that it’s a dorky idea. A prototype 4-seater Sting ray was cobbled together and the story goes that an executive got stuck in the back seat and needed a lot of help to get out! I never heard of what happened to the prototype, but it probably went straight to the crusher where it belonged. Fortunately, that seemed to get Chevrolet off the four-seater Corvette forever.

So, is the four-door Corvette the solution to the “getting out of the back seat” problem? Oh, dear…

I’ve been highlighting odd-ball Corvettes for years now, and I believe this one gets The Grand Prize,” or maybe it should be the Booby prize. The car is up for auction on eBay and goes off  on August 10 at 12:06 PM. Continue reading “Let’s Play, Corvette Odd-Ball: FOR SALE – 1980 Four-Door Corvette”