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[ July 30, 2001 ]
Vettes vs. Vipers
In South Texas, hot Corvettes and Vipers are dipping into the low 10s and the high 9s in their quest to be "King Of The Hill." We know, that's what they called the original ZR1 in 1990. Then the Viper came along with its claim as the fastest sports car in the land. But is it?
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[ July 27, 2001 ]
2004 Corvette C6
Motor Trend thinks they have the scoop on the next Vette - the 2004 C6 Corvette. This means the C5 will be the 50th anniversary car, due to the planning in the Bowling Green, KY manufacturing plant for addition of the Cadillac Evoq. Take a look.
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[ July 11, 2001 ]
Lingenfelter Wide Body
Lingenfelter's 650-horse twin turbo can exceed 225 mph in a C5 with modified gearing. With their ultra high performance engine development, Lingenfelter needed a special body to plant a 200-plus mph C5 on the ground where it belongs.
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[ July 9, 2001 ]
Cadillac Announces Production of a Luxury Roadster
PEBBLE BEACH, CALIF., U.S.A.- General Motors today announced its plans to produce a low-volume, two-seat Cadillac luxury roadster for the 2003 model year on a dedicated assembly line at the Corporation's assembly plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
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[ July 9, 2001 ]
National Corvette Museum Caravan
To help commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Corvette, the National Corvette Museum will have it's third National Corvette Caravan. Corvettes from every year of production will be in transit from Flint, Michigan (original Corvette Assembly Plant) to Bowling Green, Kentucky (current Corvette assembly plant).
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