From the Blue-Flame Six to the Mighty LS9,
a Salute to Corvette Engines
Check out the SLIDE SHOW at the bottom of this post!!!
If you are new to the Corvette hobby, it’s hard to realize that 57 years ago the car began as a 150-HP beauty queen, made from a new and exotic material called “fiberglass,” available in any color, so long as it was white. As soon as Duntov could get his “magic hands” on the first small-block Chevy, the party began. Dual quads showed up right away and before we knew it, in ‘57 we had a fuel-injected Corvette. Take that! European exotics! F.I. is common today, but back then, wow, that was American-style autoexotic.
Corvette engines all have a story – small-blocks, big-blocks, the new LS series engines. Continue reading “The POWER of the Corvette”