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Vette Magazine

Vette Magazine

March 2020

VETTE covers the complete spectrum from classic to late-model Corvette performance, restoration, how-to articles, feature cars, news, events and more.

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
TEN: The Enthusiast Network
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IN THIS ISSUE

4 min.
c8.r race car is just the beginning for corvette

I doubt there has ever been (well, maybe there has) a car that has received more scrutiny and pre-delivery publicity than the 2020 Corvette (C8). All this before the first one is delivered to the anxious public. According to reports, Corvette lovers are lining up with plenty of deposits to get the first-year offering. Word has it that more than 38,000 have been preordered. In the interim, while all of us are getting all sideways waiting for the new C8, now delayed a month or longer because of the union strike, there is a little matter about the C8.R. Yes, the race car version. Let’s face it, Corvette has made its “bones” in the world of racing since its inception and has had every level of success, or lack thereof, one…

1 min.
vette magazine

EDITORIAL Network Content Director Douglas Glad Editor & Network Director, Street Rod & Super Chevy Groups Brian Brennan Managing Editor Bill Klein Group Tech Editor Jim Smart Tech Editor John Gilbert Feature Editor Taylor Kempkes Contributing Editors & Photographers James Berry Jeremy D. Clough Drew Hardin Scotty Lachenauer Walt Thurn Tommy Lee Byrd Franz Estereicher Jerry Heasley John Machaqueiro Chuck Vranas ART DIRECTION & DESIGN Design Director Markas Platt Art Director Jong Cadelina ADVERTISING Network Sales Director Angela Schoof-Ousley Eastern Sales Director Michael Essex, (863) 860-6023 Western Sales Director Scott Timberlake, (310) 531-5969 Ad Operations Manager Monica Hernandez Ad Operations Coordinator Gail Burns Executive Assistant Amy Watson Event Coordinator Yasmin Fajatin TEN: PUBLISHING MEDIA, LLC President Kevin Mullan SVP, Editorial & Advertising Operations Amy Diamond General Manager, Automotive Network Tim Foss Senior Director, Finance Catherine Temkin CONSUMER MARKETING, ENTHUSIAST MEDIA SUBSCRIPTION COMPANY, INC. SVP, Circulation Tom Slater VP, Retention & Operations Fulfillment Donald T. Robinson lll VP, Acquisition & Database Marketing Victoria Linehan VP, Newsstand Retail Sales William…

2 min.
product preview

Vintage or Muscle Holley is pleased to introduce its all-new Muscle Series small-block Chevy valve covers. They offer an attractive look inspired by L82/LT-1/Z28 engines of the past and are a continuation of Holley’s Vintage Series Valve Cover line, which features a classic finned design and retro styling. Muscle Series small-block Chevy valve covers feature internal oil baffles already installed and sturdy die-cast aluminum construction to eliminate warpage and oil leaks. Developed specifically for 1960-’86 small-block Chevys with perimeter bolt patterns, they’re available in four distinct finishes. Holley Performance Products (866) 464-6553 n www.holley.com EBC Race Brakes Introducing EBC Brakes Racing’s RP-1 pad. EBC reports, “It’s our highest-performing friction material ever.” Formed in 2015 as a response to the ever-expanding track day and race car markets, EBC Brakes Racing is a sub-division of EBC Brakes.…

4 min.
bred to race

“Corvette’s independent four corners, equalized weight, wind-tunnel styling, and performance options blend its street tractability into the roar of high-speed competition.” That’s how automotive journalist Roger Huntington introduced a thorough, five-page examination of the all-new 1963 Corvette’s engineering features in a January 1963 Motor Trend article called “Bred to Race.” “This is the one we’ve been waiting for,” Huntington wrote. “And it’s all the rumors promised and more. This is a modern sports car. In most ways it’s as advanced as the latest dual-purpose sports/luxury cars from Europe and this includes the new Jaguar XK-E, Ferrari GT, Mercedes 300-SL, and all the rest. The new Corvette doesn’t have to take a back seat to any of them, in looks, performance, handling, or ride.” An improvement in ride quality was one of the goals…

4 min.
technically speaking

Q I enjoy reading Vette magazine cover-to-cover each month, I own a C6 Corvette and recently had my gas gauge (indicator) wandering all over the place, going from empty to full and now it just reads empty all of the time with the low-fuel warning message on.Have you seen this before? All of the other gauges are operating properly and my average fuel consumption seems to be correct. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Andrew A Andrew, I think we can help with this problem. It is very common for the fuel gauge to fail on the C6 Corvette due to sulfur deposits building up on the fuel level sensor. The sulfur contamination can disrupt the electrical continuity on fuel sending units and lead to erratic or false fuel gauge readings. Chevrolet…

7 min.
coming full circle

In the spring of 1967, Tom Lichty dug down deep into his shallow pockets and bought the car of his motor driven dreams. At the time he was a 17-year-old high school senior in Paradise, Pennsylvania, working part-time at Shirk Chevrolet right there in town. He was a young man ready to make his way in life; and to get wherever he was going, all he needed was a cool ride to call his own. Young Tom was a motorhead through and through, and by working at Shirk he became exposed “up close and personal” to the many products the Bowtie brand had to offer. Right away, the Corvette model just grabbed his attention, and soon became “the car” he would seek out as his first main squeeze. And who can…