PROTOYPE: PONTIAC XP-833 BANSHEE

PROTOYPE: PONTIAC XP-833 BANSHEE
It could’ve been a contender and given the Corvette a run for the money. But, PROTOYPE: PONTIAC XP-833 BANSHEE remained John DeLorean’s dream. Hagerty magazine’s Jonathan A. Stein takes us along to ride shotgun! Cruising along Chicago streets in this stunning Pontiac sports car and looking over a front-end landscape so curvaceous it could wear a Prancing Horse badge, I find it impossible to imagine that any automotive executive would think this prototype was a bad idea. But that’s just what hap...
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LT2 454: LIGHTWEIGHT CORVETTE

LT2 454: LIGHTWEIGHT CORVETTE
We take a ‘deep dive’ into the original ZL1 & LT2 and recreated Long Lead Corvettes, Long Lead Press Previews, and reveal why proposed ZL1, LT2, LS6 and tri-power LJ2 super-high-performance big-block options for the ’70 Corvette never happened! Back in the day – the pre-historic, pre-Internet 1960s and 1970s – there were no bloggers, video influencers or e-zines. Enthusiasts relied on magazine editors and automotive journalists writing for print publications for the latest news from Motown. ...
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ZORA DUNTOV & MID-ENGINE CORVETTE MYSTIQUE!

ZORA DUNTOV & MID-ENGINE CORVETTE MYSTIQUE!
Ken Kayser’s latest tome - Corvette Legend Or Myth & Zora’s Marque of Excellence, Volume II, Zora’s Fabulous Mid-Ship Corvette History - is actually a 750-page, portable Corvette research library. If you consider yourself a Corvette aficionado and/or a student of American automotive history, your bookshelf should have Corvette-centric published works penned by Kenneth W. Kayser. A retired GM engineer, Kayser spent years at the Tonawanda Engine Plant (think big-blocks, L88, ZL1, etc) and la...
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