2005 Corvette test drive
2005 Corvette test drive and inspection. An excellent example of a first
year C6, this Vette was ordered in Magnetic Red Metallic and wears factory
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Corvette C6 Review
For this review I drive my friend Ben's newly purchased Corvette C6. It's
always fun driving an LS car.He drove all the way from Norfolk to let me
review it! This was a great experience, and I appreciate each and every one
of you watching. Have an awesome New year and happy 2014!
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Saying Goodbye to an Era - C6 Corvette Review
The new C7 Corvette Stingray will probably be the car that changes how we
look at Supercars later this fall, but we must not forget where it all
started. Alex takes the final year Corvette for a ride and realizes that
it will forever be remembered in American sports car history. Gearheads
will be buying used C6 Corvette Coupes for years to come.
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2005 Corvette Z/51 with Magnaflow Complete exhaust system by Kinney's
2005 Corvette Z/51 With complete Magnaflow "X" pipe and axle back system.
This video allows you to see and hear the system installed on the Corvette
then allows you to hear it at idle, rev-up, take-off, drive by and various
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performance Exhaust options. This
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2008 Chevrolet Corvette/ Quick Drive
Cars.com's Joe Bruzek takes you through the 2008 Chevrolet Corvette. It
competes with the BMW M3, Dodge Viper and Ford Shelby GT500.
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Still America's Sports Car? Corvette C6 Review
This is a short review of the 2006 Corvette C6. I recorded this video with
a friend and filmmaker. In this video I talk about the C6 Corvette's
obvious high points and low points, such as it's cheap build, but dangerous
power and low used price. This car would be great for a middle aged person
that is in the market for big power, but doesn't want to fork over
$60,000-$90,000 for a Porsche 911, Dodge Viper, or other cars of that sort.
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Pratt & Miller Corvette C6RS Review
The Smoking Tire heads out to Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch and
Switchcars.com to test out the baddest street Corvette ever, the Pratt &
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Vette Enough? Chevy Corvette Tested by Inside Line
FOLLOW-UP TEST BY EDMUNDS' INSIDE LINE:
Kicking GM while it's enduring the bitter sting of bankruptcy seems so
sophomoric. And so do the massive powerslides we've been doing in the
company's 2009 Chevrolet Corvette, so let's begin this review on a positive
note by discussing one of the Vette's finer points: Acceleration.
First thing you need to know: At wide-open throttle, the LS3 under the
Corvette's hood does subtlety like Jessica Simpson does brains. That is to
say, not so well — which is awesome, actually. Nailing the gas in this,
the tamest of Vettes, is akin to unleashing a thousand pushrod-wielding
Hulk Hogans on the car's rear tires. There's a blast of torque followed by
a double underhook suplex of forward force. It's as impressive as it is
surprising. This is, after all, only a base Corvette. But it's got motor.
The LS3 is possibly the best bargain in the world when it comes to eight
cylinders arranged in a vee, and it defines the modern Corvette. In our
hands it blasts this 3,275-pound coupe to 60 mph in 4.3 seconds (4.0
seconds with 1 foot rollout like on a drag strip). But it doesn't stop
there. The quarter-mile is incinerated in 12.3 seconds at 116 mph. The trip
from 100 to 120 mph takes 4 seconds flat — only 0.3 second slower than
the often-drooled-over and far costlier Nissan GT-R. And the fun continues,
according to Chevrolet, until 190 mph.