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Dec 2017 Contest Entries

Here are the entries for the December 2017 “Vette of the Month” Photo Contest

TWELVE entries so far! – Updated 12-28-17

To enter your Corvette, scroll  three quarters of the way down

on this page and fill out the Submission Form.

The WINNER will be announced on December 31, 2017.

And the winner is…

The WINNER will get: An “America’s Old Glory” art print of their year Corvette, and a feature story about their car in Vette Vues Magazine. After the article appears in Vette Vues, we will post the story and accompanying photos here at Corvette Report.

Here are the December 2017 entries.
The newest entries are at the top.

Car #12: 1968 L68 427/400 Corvette Convertible

Owner: Tom Beck

Description: All original, matching numbers, L68 427/400 with 3×2 carbs, beautiful T-Top, Polar White ‘Vette. (Tom’s a HAPPY VETTER! – Scott)


Car #11: 1968 327 Corvette Convertible, Safari Yellow

Owner: Paul Pollock

Description: Here is my ’68 convertible, four speed “Driver”. Photographed in San Diego at the Plastic Fantastic show in Seaport Village.

It is stock with a non-original 350 motor. Gets driven to club events, shows and I occasional reward myself trips to work. Owned for six years; recent addition is a new exhaust system. To learn more, visit http://corvettestory.com/1968-Corvette-upclose.php

Car #10: 1980 Corvette
Owner: Mario A.

Description: The C3 1980 Corvette is still wearing its factory-original, sprayed on in St. Louis silver paint! WOW!

Car #9: 2004 Le Mans Commemorative Edition convertible
Owner: Mike P, Oro Valley, AZ

Description: Purchased “gently used” in December of 2014, my 2004 Le Mans Commemorative Edition convertible is the C5 I always dreamed of owning. It came with a Hurricane Intake and Corsa Indy Pro exhaust, and is fully loaded with many factory options. A few minor cosmetic upgrades were done to “personalize” it for my taste, without detracting from its rarity and collectability.

One more thing: it is my DAILY DRIVER!

Car #8: 2016 Z06 Corvette
Owner: Linda Adams, Litchfield, Arizona

Description: Here’s my George Wintersteen & Roger Penske 1964 Grand Sport Replica, along with my 2015 Z06. This is the 27th and 28th Vette I have owned.

Car #7: 1991 ZR1 Corvette
Owner: Keith C., Seattle, Washington

Description: She’s red on red and she’s fast. Less than 20k miles and that LT5 still runs strong. The “King” is alive and well! 

Car #6: 2016 Z06 Corvette
Owner: Marko Channell

Description: 2016 Corvette ZO6 with the Vengeance Stage 3 performance package. 862rwhp and over 1200lbs of torque. Custom ground cam, heads, hardened push rods, trunion upgrade, American Racing headers mated to an American Racing catless xpipe out to custom Billy Boat Bullit mufflers with AMF Valve delete. Haltech cold air intake, Katech timing assembly and dyno tuned with many other performance parts with the car approaching high 8 second low 9’s with a 7 speed manual on pump gas. Thank you for your time. You can get in touch with me at anytime for more info on “BLKNYT”.

Car #5: 2017 Grand Sport Convertible & 1996 Grand Sport Convertible
John “Hutch” Hutchinson, Orlando, FL

Description: Here are our two Grand Sport Corvettes. My wife’s Corvette is a 1996 Grand Sport convertible #707. This is the rarest of the breed with factory original red interior. She says she wouldn’t drive a Corvette with an automatic transmission. Gotta love a woman like that. 🙂

We also have a matching 2017 GS convertible, Admiral Blue w/Red guts. This was our “Bucket List” dream Corvette which we took R8C Museum Delivery of in May this year.

For part of the backstory, I’m Retired Army and the Skunkmaster for the Official Grand Sport Registry, and my wife and I have owned close to 30 Corvettes over the years. They were all great, but only a few of them were truly GRAND! 😉

Car #4: 2009 Corvette GT1 Championship Edition
Owner: Mark Mascuch – Entered 11.27-17

Description: 1 of 10 yellow convertibles and 1 of the 125 total 2009 GT1 Championship Edition Corvettes. This Special Edition Corvette was available on the coupe, convertible, Z06 and ZR1. These are some of the rarest special edition Corvettes!

Car#3: 2015 Arctic White Stingray
Owner: Robert Beroza – Entered 11.27-17

Description: Installed a Silver Stinger Stripe with Black Stingray Accent Stripes on the sides. The Red Hash Marks are an homage to ALL the Grand Sports. After owning Corvettes from C1 to C7, I have to say that the C7 is the BEST Corvette yet!

Car #2: 2014 C7 Z51 Stingray
Owner: Steve G, Kansas City, MO. Entered 11-26-17

Description: This is the “Carbon Fiber Edition” Stingray.  It is #1445 off the line for the C7 era.  I am a huge Carbon Fiber proponent.  Almost everything that was done in Carbon Flash (black metallic) from the factory is now done in Carbon Fiber. There are about $33,000 in aftermarket add-on’s on this Corvette! So the majority of the interior, exterior and engine bay is done in Carbon Fiber.  This car is the first C7 to ever have red seat belts.  I know this because I got these before red seat belts became a factory option!

Car #1: 1969 Corvette Stingray Convertible
Owner: Dan Lawson – Entered 11-26-17

Description: Here’s my entry. 69 350/350 4speed, side exhaust.

Vette of the Month Submission Form

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At the end of the month we will pick a winner, and announce it as a post here at Corvette Report.

The winner will get;

An “America’s Old Glory Sports Car” print of their year Corvette, signed and numbered by K. Scott Teeters.

PLUS! a feature story in Vette Vues Magazine.

After the story is published in Vette Vues, we will post it on CorvetteReport.com.



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