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Chevy raises price on 2014 C7 Corvette

After all the press surrounding the 2014 C7 Corvette, it’s no surprise that the popular Chevy has been in high demand. Of course, that demand will eventually be met with a price.

Initially, the coupe and Convertible were listed at $51,000 and $56,000 respectively, and that’s without performance packages added.

According to Corvette Blogger, Chevrolet is raising the prices on the base Corvette Stingray Coupe and Convertible by $2,000. They also said that the Z51 Package increases to $1,200, for a total of $4,000.

The price increase went into effect on March 3.

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2014 Chevy Impala slams into multiple C7 Corvette Stingrays

2014 Chevy Impala slams into multiple C7 Corvette Stingrays

UPDATE:

Carscoops reports that an eyewitness and the person who took the pictures shared the following information about what happened:

“The individual responsible was a special needs person that had a driver’s license SOMEHOW. But he made two Laps inside the parking area and took out 2 Vettes and 2 impalas. He claimed to have had a diabetic shock. But witness says he had a very deranged look on his face and he knew what he was doing. Needless to say he walked off without any fines or charges against him AND the free t-shirt for driving the cars.”

Various blogs and forums online are reporting that a 2014 Impala slammed into two or three C7 Corvettes at the Chevy Ride and Drive event in Texas.

Corvette Blogger jokingly called it “a case of Bow-tie on Bow-tie violence.”

Apparently the driver of the Impala was test driving the vehicle and managed to lose control.

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2014 Chevy Impala slams into multiple C7 Corvette Stingrays

2014 Chevy Corvette Stingray loses roof, rear end in crash

2014 Corvette Stingray Loses Roof in Serious Crash

There weren’t many details about what exactly happened with this 2014 Corvette Stingray, but the entire roof and most of rear end are gone.

If the owner wanted a convertible, he certainly went about it the wrong way.

This photo came from the Corvette Forum, and as far as we know, is now the second 2014 Stingray involved in a crash since the car hit dealership floors less than a month ago.

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Stolen 1962 Corvette recovered thanks to the Internet

Stolen 1962 Corvette recovered thanks to the Internet

Imagine going to a car show and having your prized possession stolen from the hotel that you were staying at.

That’s exactly what happened last month to Pat Monahan, who attended Monterey Peninsula’s Classic Car Week. Corvette Blogger reports that after his 1962 red Corvette went missing, he put up information all over the internet about his missing car he spent the past 20 years restoring.

Last week Monahan received a call from a San Jose man that noticed the Corvette parked near his house, Corvette Blogger said. The man’s nephew said it looked like the stolen car he had read about on the internet!

Looks like Monahan’s efforts paid off.

“I couldn’t believe it when I viewed the picture,” Monahan was quoted in Corvette Blogger. “I knew (immediately), that it was our car. I was stunned! I never though we would see that car again. …”

Though it was found mostly in one piece, it wasn’t in the best condition. Monahan said that the thieves must have taken it off road because there were several scrapes and damage under the hood, and the body also has several visible scratches.

“Bottom line is that it’s great to have our Corvette back. There’s nothing that can’t be repaired on the vehicle …”

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(Photo: Corvette Blogger)