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Why a C4 Corvette is a Great Buy?
Read why the C4 Corvettes may represent the best value in Corvettes. World class performance, superior handling, and reasonable prices make these Corvettes very desirable. Click here for more about the C4 Corvettes.

C4 Electronic Control Module Information and Diagnostics
Click here for information on all the C4's (1984 - 1996) electronic control modules. General information, troubleshooting, and diagnosing the various error codes can be found in this article. Discover how this critical component was used in the legendary C4 Corvettes that ushered in the era of computer controlled diagnostics for Corvettes.

Insurance Alternatives for Your Corvette
When the Corvette you own is driven only occasionally for pleasure drives, club events, or special excursions it may be time to enroll in a "collector car" insurance program. Click here for more info and some companies that specialize in this type of insurance.

C2 Corvettes - The Great Sting Rays
These great Corvettes from 1963 - 1967 are featured here including pictures of these fine classics. Additional interesting facts and statistics are included too. These were some of the finest Corvettes ever produced and helped make it a true world class sports car. Click here for more information and photos.

Preventing Theft of Your Classic Corvette
A vehicle is stolen every 20 seconds in the United States. No vehicle or antitheft device is 100% theft-proof, and discouraging thieves is not an easy task. A thief's greatest enemy is time. The more difficult your car is to steal, the longer it takes to be stolen. And the more time a thief has to spend stealing your car, the greater the chance of detection. Click here for some tips and info.

Corvette Italia
The 1959 Scaglietti - an all aluminum body Corvette - was hand built in Italy. Only 3 of these beautiful Corvettes were ever built for racing in the 1950's. In the classic Italian tradition, these Corvettes had aluminum-paneled bodies that were handmade, using the time-honored method of hammers and dollies. Click here for more info and photos.