Steve & Darlene Bieglecki
2013 (C6) Corvette 427 Collector’s Edition Convertible
The powerplant at the heart of the car – is a 427-cubic-inch (7.0L) LS7 engine, the same engine used in the C6 Corvette Z06. This 427 was the most powerful engine GM had ever installed in a production Corvette convertible to date.
What made the 427 Convertible truly unique is that it incorporated elements from the Z06 and ZR1. It included the driveline and rear axle system from the Corvette Z06 and a rear-mounted battery, and standard Magnetic Selective Ride Control. It also came equipped with 19-inch front and 20-inch rear wheels, wrapped in the ZR1-style Michelin PS2 tires. The car featured lightweight machine-face Cup wheels, first introduced on the 2012 Corvette Z06 (when equipped with the Z07 package) and the Corvette ZR1 when equipped with the PDE performance package.
Outwardly, the 427 Convertible was equipped with several carbon-fiber body components, all of which were incorporated into the car to help reduce the car’s weight.
Carbon fiber raised hood (which had been first introduced for the 2011 Z06 Carbon Edition)
Carbon fiber Z06-style fenders
Carbon fiber floor panels
The “CFZ” carbon fiber front splitter and rocker panels.
ZR1-style rear spoiler
Only 2,552 2013 427 Convertible Corvettes were ever built.
Bob & Judy Boldig
2020 (C8) Corvette
Rick & June Dilella
2008 (C6) Corvette Coupe
As a fine car enthusiast, I have owned everything from AC Cobras to early original Z/28 Camaro’s, but never a Corvette. Most recently, I located my first Corvette, which is a low mileage 2008 C6, equipped with a 430 HP LS3 engine and an automatic transmission. The car looks and runs great!
Bill & Gayle Jereb
2021 (C8) Corvette
Dave & Janice Love
2019 (C7) ZO6 Corvette
The color is Torch Red, and the interior is 3LT, black with red stitching and red seat belts. Wheels are chrome 2019 ZR1. The engine is a supercharged 6.2 liter LT4, with factory-rated 650 HP and 650 lbs/ft torque. This is a carbon fiber edition with a carbon fiber top, hood, front spoiler, side skirts, wicker bill, and dash.
Tom & Geri Moore
2019 Ford Mustang
It was 1968, I was 20 years old in my second year of college with a good job as a Bartender at a high-end restaurant in Michigan. I had saved enough money to rid myself of my 1960 Oldsmobile 88 which had a heater that did not always work. I purchased a 1966 Red Ford Mustang for $1,200 and my trade-in. I loved that car! After marriage in 1970, my wife Geri loaded up the Mustang and drove it from Michigan to Corpus Christi, Texas at the U.S. Naval Hospital where I was assigned on active duty Navy. In 1972 we sold the Mustang to purchase airfare from Texas to Michigan.
Fast forward to October 2021 Venice, Florida where we are Snowbirds. I found a 2019 Red Mustang Convertible which we purchased as soon as we saw it and drove it. We are once again Happy Mustangers and love being members of the Shark Tooth Sports Car Club.
Gary & Sara Spinazze
2021 (C8) Corvette Stingray
Our 2021 Rapid Blue Stingray coupe is our 6th Corvette. We started with a 1996 Black coupe, then a 2002 Torch Red Z06, a 2002 Torch Red convertible, (one for me and one for Sara). Then a Torch Red 2013 Grand Sport convertible, followed by a 2019 Arctic white Grand Sport convertible. After 5 Corvettes we went to a Mercedes SL550, but realized in a short 7 months we were really had Corvette DNA. …..and we really do love #6!!!
Ron & Linda Wencil
2017 (C7) Corvette Gran Sport
Torch Red with Gray Leather Interior. Carbon fiber hood accents, front spoiler, side skirts, rear spoiler. Grand Sports have the same more extensive body styling as the ZO6. Wheels are special order - gray/chrome style.
This is our 4th Corvette and we enjoy the rides and our car collector friends and fun activities.