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Corvette Becomes Latest Withdrawal
from Le Mans
Last week, the Porsche GT Team withdraw their two 911 RSR’s from the 2020 24 Hours of Le Mans and due to uncertainties surrounding the events around the world, this week the Corvette Racing team made the same decision for the 88th running of this prestigious race. This will allow the reserve cars to fill spots and be able to race.
“Corvette Racing has a long history of competing at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, so our decision to not participate in this historic race this year was not an easy one,” said Jim Campbell, U.S. Vice President – Performance and Motorsports, in a statement supplied to Sportscar365.
“We’re proud Corvette Racing has been invited to the 24 Hours of Le Mans over the past 20 years and regret that we won’t be participating this year. We hope we have the opportunity to race at Le Mans again.”
This beautiful and very correct Fathom Green example presented here is one of those that left St. Louis with the N14 exhaust. It’s also equipped with the L71 427/435hp big block, M21 close ratio 4-spd., K66 Transistorized Ignition, tinted glass, power brakes, headlight washers and more.
The car has undergone an extensive, frame-off restoration and it is believed that the factory drivetrain is still in place (as evidenced in a report by C3 guru Mark Donnally).
The car has received an N.C.R.S. Top Flight Award.
Factory docs include an N.C.R.S. validated Tank Sticker, Owner’s Kit, and Keys.
Trades accepted. Excellent financing.
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This one owner, local So. Cal. Cayenne has been meticulously maintained and is in absolutely beautiful condition throughout, and has served as Mike’s personal ride for the last year.
White w/Espresso interior. 4.8 liter V-8/400hp, 8-speed automatic transaxle
The 100k service has just been done along with a fluid and brake service. Brand new Pirelli P Zero’s have just been installed all the way around. The vehicle is just about as close to perfect as you will see. It’s completely serviced and ready to drive and enjoy for years to come!
Thrill rides no!!!
Indianapolis Motor Speedway
September 18-19, 2020
9th Annual Queen City Corvette Show
With Bloomington Gold Charlotte
October 3, 2020
Hendrick Motorsports, Charlotte, NC
Texas Regional NCRS Event
October 22nd thru 24th
Have a special event coming up? Let us know and we will let others know.
Corvette From The Inside
Signed by Author
Corvette Chief Engineer 1975-1992
Other books and artwork available.
Real Kelsey Hayes Knock offs and Bolt-Ons for sale.
Tires, repro wheels, and caps.
Call for pricing.
Complete Corvette New Collection from Volume 1 Issue 1. Starting in 1957.
Priced at $3,250
We have many duplicate issues so, if you are missing one, or a few, from your personal collection, we have individual issues starting at $20 each based on availability and rarity of the volume.
Discounted Parts Table Items
Pictures Available Upon Request.
- 1956-1962 Corvette Hardtops – Priced from $4,888.
- 1963-1967 Corvette Hardtops – Priced from $2,000.
- 1968-1975 Used convertible top assembly. Good condition.
969 L88 Holley 4bbl carburetor – Completely rebuilt (by Jerry Luck) and ready to install. 3955205 R4296 932. Price: $4,500 $3,500.
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