Loading the player... MotorWeek pays homage to the 2019 Corvette ZR1 by revisiting what it took to build the original 4 CAM 32 VALVE LT5 in the 1990 – 1995 Corvette ZR-1. MotorWeek takes a trip to Mercury Marine, the company responsible for building the 1990 – 1995 Corvette ZR-1’s LT5 engine.
From the video author: I’ve never really been a Corvette guy. Corvettes just haven’t really been my thing — sort of like mountain climbing isn’t your thing if you’re a humpback whale. But I recently had the opportunity to try out the ultimate Corvette, the C6 Corvette ZR1, so I figured I’d give it a […]
Overhead cams in a Corvette!?! Madness! Thanks for watching MotorWeek Retro Review! The 1990 C4 Corvette ZR-1 was introduced at the Geneva Motor Show. And, and thanks to MotorWeek, we have retro video footage of the Corvette ZR-1’s press drive. Chevrolet invited the automotive press to Europe, to get up close and personal with some […]
By Mike Berry The Wichita Eagle When it comes to collector vehicles, James Andrews’ tastes run the gamut. On a typical day, he might slip behind the wheel of a beautifully restored SS-badged 1970 Chevelle four-door station wagon. Or if he needs even more passenger/cargo room, he might choose his big diesel-powered 1955 Flxible bus, […]
This 1995 Guldstrand GS90 Nassau Roadster is #2 of the 6 produced. Based off of the 1984 – 1996 C4 Corvette platform, the Guldstrand GS90 Nassau Roadster never really made it to the production line because of the extremely high price. Carrying a $200,000 price tag during the same time that the high performance 1995 […]
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