Work has begun in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Back in mid-February, a massive sinkhole opened up directly underneath the Skydome at the National Corvette Museum. Eight unfortunate Corvettes that were on display dropped into the hole, and the damage estimates began swirling in. These are extremely rare machines, and they had just (literally) fallen victim to an unexpected act of nature. MUST SEE: LaFerrari Vs. Enzo In Ferrari Flagship Rev Off: Video Now, however, is the time to look towards the positives. The very first car has been just been recovered. It's the 2009 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1...
Vintage 1906 Oldsmobile Built Using Google Books Downloads
Accessing the internet in your car is nothing new these days. Using the internet to build your car is rather more special. That's exactly what Kentucky-based vintage car enthusiast Bob Ferry did, constructing his "brand new" 1906 Oldsmobile Model B Runabout using information downloaded from Google...Antony Ingram
GM Planning $100 Million Upgrade To Chevrolet Corvette Factory: Report
General Motors is expected to announce a $100 million upgrade plan for its Chevrolet Corvette plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky, which like many of the automaker’s facilities across the country has fallen by the wayside due to recent bankruptcy proceedings. The information was revealed by...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Lincoln To Build New Crossover At Louisville Plant In 2011
Lincoln will be taking a new approach to the types of vehicles it produces in the future, with plans to downsize its lineup in the wake of flailing sales of the once-popular Navigator SUV and other large cars. While there were reports of Lincoln producing a new crossover based on the...Viknesh Vijayenthiran