Hagerty magazine Winter 2015 online issue

Featured Article

Living in the Corvette's shadow

Few automobiles are as thoroughly woven into the fabric of America as the Chevrolet Corvette. A front-engine, rear-drive two-seater with a manual transmission may seem like something of an anachronism in today's automotive reality, but it’s a testament to the ’Vette’s longevity: For more than six decades, the Corvette has cast a long shadow. It is “America’s Sports Car,” hulking and rumbling, a totem to vitality and the undisputed horsepower-per-dollar king. More

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  • Snakes On The Water

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  • Bumper Cars Corvette

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  • Wayne Carini Studebaker

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  • front-engine Dos Palmas Machine Special

    Fast But Not Forgotten

  • Auto restoration

    Worth A Thousand Words

  • Dodge Viper

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  • Walker's 911

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  • Chris-Craft restoration

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