Corvette Report’s Scott Teeters blogs about a customized ’69 Corvette that is still turning heads – and winning awards at Corvettes at Carlisle - more than half-a-century later. It’s a CORVETTE STINGRAY, STILL COOL AFTER ALL THESE YEARS! While custom cars go all the way back to the early days of the automobile, it wasn’t until after WW-II when the emerging car culture took America by storm. Creative backyard mechanics started customizing their own cars and created the Custom Car Culture. The tr...Read More
K. Scott Teeters
’63 CORVETTE STING RAY: RACED FROM DAY ONE!
Consummate Corvette aficionado K. Scott Teeters blogs about Ken Hazelton’s unique split-window coupe that has never been driven on the street. Zora Arkus-Duntov would have been proud. Although born to be a street sports car, this Sting Ray has never been anything but a racecar. Zora Arkus-Duntov was the driving force behind making sure that production Corvettes could be easily turned into competitive racecars. He was famous for saying, “I want my customers to enjoy their Corvette.” Even thou...Read More