Chevrolet Corvette car books covers history, restoration and just about everything the Corvette enthusiast needs to know.
The Chevrolet Corvette is a sports car manufactured in six generations by General Motors since 1953.
Corvette Stingray 1963-1967 Super Profile by Robert Ackerson (1984). In this book a full portrait is built up by describing the history, production changes and specifications. Then there are road tests (usually contemporary), owners' views, details of what to look for when buying and information on the relevant clubs and specialists.
Corvette: American Legend: The Beginning by Noland Adams (1996). Early Corvette planning and production at the start of Corvette's story in 1953.
Corvette: American Legend: 1954-1955 Production by Noland Adams (1997)
Corvette: American Legend: 1956 Racing Success by Noland Adams (1998) covers the smallest details of Corvette's fourth production year. Archival photography shows the 1956 model rolling down the production line at GM's top-secret St. Louis assembly plant.
Corvette: American Legend: 1957 Fuel Injection/283 V-8 by Noland Adams (1999). Chapters include Harley Earl Build the SR-2, Corvette Super Sport, Auto Shows and Mid-Year Performance Changes.
Corvette: American Legend: 1958-1960 Production by Noland Adams (2000). Rare archival photos and interviews with GM players from the era follow model changes, design and engineering advances, racing heritage, and much more.
The Complete Corvette Restoration And Technical Guide: Vol 1 1953 Through 1962 by Noland Adams (1980) is the absolute authority for restoring, buying, selling, rebuilding, competing for prizes, judging and insuring your investment in America's favourite sports car.
The Complete Corvette Restoration and Technical Guide: Vol 2 1963 Through 1967 by Noland Adams (1988) is the history of what happened to the Corvette on the assembly line, the story of every Corvette that was produced from 1963 through 1967, including information on the engine, chassis and body, from Powerglide to Positraction to Power Team Combinations.
Corvettes: The Cars That Created The Legend by Dennis Adler (1996) showcases America's best-known sports car in this great book. Packed with 150 full-colour photographs of mint condition classics.
Corvette Black Book 1953-1994 by Michael Antonick (1993)
Corvette Black Book 1953-2005 by Michael Antonick (2004) is the perfect companion volume for the dedicated Corvette fan. Every shred of Corvette data of note resides in these pages including options, colours, stats, facts, history, prices, codes, serial numbers and more.
Corvette Black Book 1953-2008 by Michael Antonick (2007)
Corvette Black Book 1953-2009 by Michael Antonick (2008)
Secrets Of Corvette Detailing: Show, Street And Sale by Michael Antonick (1988)
Secrets Of Corvette Detailing: Engine, Chassis, Interior, Exterior & Long-Term Care by Michael Antonick (1999). Everything Corvette owners need to know for engines, chassis, interiors and exteriors has been compiled in a definitive volume by the author of several bestselling Corvette books. In addition to explaining the techniques with the assistance of some the country's most astute Corvette experts, Michael Antonick includes more than 200 photographs.
Illustrated Corvette Buyer's Guide by Michael Antonick (1997) lays the facts on the line for each Corvette built between 1953 and 1987 and explains which are the best buys and why.
Corvette: America's Only by Michael Antonick (1978) depicts the creators, the racers, the stylists, the design drawings and the great variety of Corvettes made. A marvelous, heavily detailed history.
Corvette: Maximizing Your Corvette's Potential - Driver/Owner's Guide For 1953-1988 Models by Michael Antonick (1987). Dedicated to the driving and owning of all Corvettes from the first 1953s to the 1988 exotics.The details are numerous, sometimes downright esoteric. A factual and subjective look at the good and the bad.
California Screamin': The Glory Days Of Corvette Road Racing by Michael Antonick (1990)
The 1963 Chevrolet Corvette by Zora Arkus-Dontov (1963) explains the features. Well illustrated with graphics, charts and photos of the car on the assembly line.
Corvette by Nick Baldwin (1985)
Corvette by Tom Benford (2007). Full-colour pictures, performance statistics and historical summaries of each of Corvette's six generations. This volume packs nearly 80 vehicles and over 250 colour photos into an irresistible close-up look at an incomparable sports car.
Corvette Illustrated Encyclopedia by Tom Benford (2004)
Corvette Performance Projects: 1968 - 1982 by Tom Benford (2004). 31 weekend projects to maintain, modify and upgrade the "Shark" including oil changes, brake and suspension work, interior and body repairs, upgrades and more, how to instructions, colour photos, estimates of time commitment, necessary skill level and cost.
Corvette: Five Decades Of Sports Car Speed by Tom Benford (2003). Stunning photography combined with a well-researched history of the legendary model make this an essential book for anyone interested in the American sports car.
Corvette C6 by Phil Berg (2004). This GM-licensed book takes the enthusiast on an illustrated tour of how C6 developed from the drawing board to the production line.
Chevrolet Corvette by Philip Bingham (1990)
Corvette: From Blue-Flame Six To ZRL, The Complete Story by Thomas Bonsall & Perry Zavitz (1989) is the history of the famed Corvette from 1953 to 1989.
Essentials: A Corvette Collector's Guide 1956-1967 by Chuck Brigermann (1993). Authenticity and orginality are primary considerations when dealing with older Corvettes. This is the basis for the book. Regardless of the level of, or reason for your interest, a correct original car is the best value and safest investment. This book offers a wealth of information for the novice or the serious collector.
Chevrolet Corvette by Lisa Bullard (2007). A great starter Corvette book for young people. Basic history with photos of various years of Corvettes.
Chevrolet Corvette 1963 To 1967 by William Burt (2007) covers the available engines, transmissions, suspension, interiors, body styles, colours and option packages, giving you an all-in-one source for 1963-1967 Corvette information. This invaluable reference guide also includes a special chapter covering scale-model C2 Corvettes. Whether you are restoring a classic Corvette, constructing an accurate scale-model Corvette, or just enjoy these beautiful classic automobiles, 'Chevrolet Corvette: 1963 to 1967' has all the detailed information you need.
Zora Arkus-Duntov: The Legend Behind Corvette by Jerry Burton (2002) tells the story of how a gifted engineer brought up by Russian Revolutionary parents became the guiding force behind the legendary American sports car, and in the process attained the elite status of American legend himself.
Corvette: America's Sports Car: Yesterday, Today And Tomorrow by Jerry Burton (2006). Numerous photographs in colour reflect the history of Corvette up to 2006 and the evolution of it's design.
Corvette Bolt-On Customizing Handbook by Carl Caiati (1989). A catalogue of customizing tips for 1972 to 1989 models. Topics include: Aerodynamics, body work, engine modifications, tools for special techniques, wheel and tyre upgrades and custom painting, graphics, murals and pinstriping.
Corvette: The Complete Illustrated History by Jim Campisano (1992)
Suzy Q Restoring A 63 Corvette Sting Ray by Cars & Parts Magazine (1996)
Corvette: Thirty Years Of Great Advertising by William Clark (1983) is the illustrated history of thirty years of Corvette advertising - beginning with the first ad of May 1953 that officially announced America's sensational sports car scheduled for limited production, to be on display at the Michigan State Fair Grounds Automobile Automobile Show. Highlighting the book is a special sixteen-page full-colour portfolio of Corvette ads, official GM posters amd rare direct mail campaign literature.
Corvette Sting Ray Gold Portfolio 1963-1967 by R M Clarke (1990) is a book of contemporary road and comparison tests, specification and technical data, driving impressions, long-term tests, buying second hand, retrospective review. Models covered include Sport coupe T, Lightweight Racer, Automatic, 327, 396, 427, 427 Turbo-Jet, Grand Sport, 435.
Road & Track Corvette Portfolio 1997-2002 by R M Clarke (2003) covers top performance cars, containing feature stories, road test narratives and complete specifications along with performance data. For serious enthusiasts, the Portfolio series is an excellent reference for collecting, restoring or buying the car of your dreams.
Road & Track On Corvette 1968-1982 by R M Clarke (1984)
Chevrolet Corvette Gold Portfolio 1968-1977 by R M Clarke (1992) is a compilation of road and comparisons tests, technical and specifications data, model introductions and buying used. Models covered include: coupT, convertible, 327, 350, 427, 454, Sting Ray, LT1, L48, LS5, LS6, LS7, L82, LS4, LS4 auto.
Corvette Cars 1955-1964 by R M Clarke (1979)
High Performance Corvettes 1983-1989 by R M Clarke (1989) is a book of contemporary road and comparison tests, specification and technical data, model introductions, driving impressions and after-market specials. Models covered include:- Z51, Convertible, Callaway Twin-Turbo, Z52, Bakeracing Stock car, ZR1.
Corvette by Barry Coleman (1989) is a pictorial history of Chevy's flagship sports car.
The Corvette Dynasty by Matt DeLorenzo (2007) chronicles technical breakthroughs, major players and little-known stories from the sports car's long history. Pitch-perfect writing, gorgeous photography and cutting-edge design bring this classic car and its vivid history to life for automobile enthusiasts.
This Old Corvette: The Ultimate Tribute To America's Sports Car by Michael Dregni (2003). An anthology of excellent stories, artwork and photography on this classic sports car. Stories by well-known historians and Corvette and automotive figures (such as Michael Antonick, Noland Adams, Peter Egan, Zora Arkus-Duntov, Allan Girdler, and Martin Milner) provide a broad overview of this groundbreaking automobile that's more than a mode of transportation.
Corvette Fever by Doug Evans (2003). Information about Corvettes including classic Corvettes, care and repair.
Early Chevrolet Corvettes: 1953-1967 All Six-Cylinder And V8s by Tom Falconer (1999) includes VINs, production and political comment, previously unpublished photographs and a guide to buying and restoring this classic sports car.
The Complete Corvette: A Model-By-Model History Of The American Sports Car by Tom Falconer (2003). A unique colour directory of every legendary Corvette model produced over the last half-century.
Chevrolet Corvette: 1968-82: 305, 327, 350, 427 & 454 V8s by Tom Falconer (1983) traces the car's development history from the extra-ordinarily powerful and noisy early cars, whose performance was stifled by waves of Federal emmissions regulations, which GM turned to their advantage by civilising the car, through to the latest, sophisticated grand tourers catering for a wider market and double the sales. Special to this book is a European overview. Corvettes have long had a special appeal in Europe where their high performance can be appreciated within and beyond the generous speed limits.
Original Corvette Sting Ray 1963-1967: The Restorer's Guide by Tom Falconer (2008). With hundreds of colour photographs and information on every aspect of the car, inside and out (including mechanical parts, bodywork, interiors, and upholstery), this is the essential resource for bringing a Corvette Sting Ray back to its original factory condition.
Essential Corvette Sting Ray: The Cars And Their Story 1963-67 by Tom Falconer (1995). All the models and options from the first and the fastest Sting Ray are studied in this book.
Collector's Originality Guide Corvette C4 1984-1996 by Tom Falconer (2009). In detailed text and photographs, the "Collector's Originality Guide" clearly and meticulously identifies the correct parts, finishes, options and trim pieces for all fourth-generation Corvette models. Featuring photographs of mint-condition originals or perfectly accurate restorations, it covers the wide variety of options, as well as special editions and model variations, from 1984 to 1996.
Corvette Chronicle by James Flammang (2001). A history of the Chevrolet Corvette from 1953 - 2001. This book supplies a little history of each year together with 700 photographs, colour charts and designers drawings of these wonderful cars.
Corvette Grand Sport by Dave Friedman (1989). Tour the tracks of the early sixties where the five Grand Sports made history. Drivers Dick Thompson, Roger Penske, A.J. Foyt and others are captured in classic shots from Sebring, Nassau, Watkins Glen, Daytona and Road America. See Caroll Shelby's initial reaction to the Grand More, plus nearly 300 photos of the cars, engines, chassis, drivers and action at the track.
Corvette GTP by Alex Gabbard (1996) profiles one of the most celebrated cars in the GTP series and includes a history of the origins of the car, a rundown of the competition and interviews with GTP luminaries.
Fuelies: Fuel Injected Corvettes 1957-1965 by Robert Genat (2008) celebrates nine years of production of the Corvette, the Corvette engines, and the fuel-injection units that transformed the car into an icon.
Standard Catalog Of Corvette 1953-2005 by John Gunnell (2004). Pricing for all models through 2005. Year-by-year coverage of technical specifications for all production Corvettes 1953-2005.
Standard Catalog Of Corvette 1953-2001 by John Gunnell (2001). With history, pricing and the complete listing of standard equipment and options, those wanting to research the history and authenticity of their own Corvette or one they're considering will have everything they need. Special sections feature Corvette racing, Indy pace cars, prototypes and more.
Corvette Masterpieces: Dream Cars You'd Love To Own by Jerry Heasley (2007). A look at the author's exclusive collection of 400 spectacular Corvette photos, featuring the most famous and rare.
The Ultimate Encyclopedia Of The Corvette by Peter Henshaw (2005) chronicles, year by year, the history of the Chevrolet Corvette, from its introduction in 1953 to the latest LS2 with a 6.0-litre V-8 engine.
Corvette: Parts Interchange Manual 1963-1967 by Paul Herd (2001). This interchange manual advises owners of mid-year Corvettes as to which parts can be swapped across model years, as well as which parts from other Chevrolets can be used in their cars.
Corvette: Parts Interchange Manual 1968-1982 by Paul Herd (1999)
Building The Next Corvette: Stories From The People Who Built It by David Hill (1997)
Corvette: America's Supercar by Jeffrey Hoffman (1984) is a small book telling the history of America's first production sports car.
Corvette Catalogs: A Visual History From 1953 To The Present Day by Terry Jackson (1991)
Corvette: America's Supercar by Terry Jackson (1990)
Corvette: The Legend Lives by David Jacobs (1997)
Corvette: An American Classic by John Katz & Dan Lyons (2003). This is its story, from the trailblazers of 1953 to the Sting Rays of the 60s and 70s to today's powerful C5. Detailed entries on every model that rolled off the assembly line, and a few that never did, and more than 200 colour images make this a volume for car lovers to savour.
Corvette: America's Sports Car by Jay Koblenz (1984) is the complete story of America's ultimate muscle car.
Corvette: America's Supercar by John Lamm (1995). A completely illustrated history of America's legendary roadster - considered by many to be the only American sportscar - features full colour pictures of the unique automobile dating back to its origins in the 1950s.
Corvette: The Classic Marque by John Lamm (1989)
The Newest Corvette: Corvette From A Through Z-52 by Michael Lamm (1987)
The Corvettes 1953-1984: A Collector's Guide by Richard Langworth (1983)
Corvettes 1953-1988: A Collector's Guide by Richard Langworth (1996). Design details and specifications of all models, competition achievements, technical specs and options, buying and owning a Corvette, showcars and specials, small-block engine interchanges, restoration and performance figures for 35 models. Plus clubs, spares and service listings.
The Complete Book Of Corvette by Richard Langworth (1987). A complete history including interviews with the men who created the Corvette, including Harley Earl. Nine chapters chronologically arranged concerning the history of the Corvette then ending with Corvettes in competition.
Corvette: Portrait Of A Legend by Richard Langworth (1989)
Corvette: America's Sports Car by Randy Leffingwell (2002) includes historical memorabilia, dream and show cars, racers, Zora Akus-Duntov prototypes and one-offs, SR-2, Z06, ZR1, LT-1, anniversary specials, the Grand Sport, Airbox fuelie, Indy Pacer and the Betty Skeleton racer. Interviews, first-hand accounts by major figures and new photos highlight the book.
Corvette: The Complete Story by Randy Leffingwell (2005). A colourful, nostalgic and commemorative look at the obstacles and achievements of this classic American sports car.
Corvette Fifty Years by Randy Leffingwell (2002). Filled with previously unpublished Corvette stories along with never-before seen historical photographs. From standard production models to seldom seen prototypes to such legendary racing models as the Sebring and the Grand Sport, Leffingwell documents their histories and offers up breath-taking new photographs.
The Corvette Fifty Year History by Randy Leffingwell (2005) includes Corvette's 1953 Motorama debut, the fervour generated by the Blue Flame Special, and the excitement surrounding the Indy Pace Cars and the ZR-1.
The Ultimate History Of Corvette by Trevor Legate (2004)
Corvette by Richard Lentinello (1999)
Birthplace of Legends: The Story Of Corvette Production At The St Louis Assembly Plant 1953-1981 by Peter Licastro (1993)
Corvette America's Star-Spangled Sports Car: The Complete History by Karl Ludvigsen (1978)
Best Of Corvette News: A Nineteen Year Selection 1957-1976 by Karl Ludvigsen (1976)
Corvette Stories From The Backbone Of America by Tommy Mallory (2007) tells the stories of those who dream about, own, drive and even love these cars.
Corvette from the Inside: The Development History As Told By Dave McLellan, Corvette's Chief Engineer 1975-1992 by Dave McLellan (2002). McLellan uses every tool at his disposal to tell his story, including original sketches and charts drawn by him exclusively for this book, scores of archival photos from GM, photos from his personal collection, and of course his own first-hand memories of 33 years at General Motors.
How To Rebuild Corvette Rolling Chassis 1963-1982 by George McNicholl (2007). With step-by-step notes and photographs, George McNicholl documents the complete rebuilding of four Corvettes - 1965 and 1967 convertibles, and 1969 and 1972 coupes - putting the process within reach of any do-it-yourself mechanic.
The Real Corvette: An Illustrated History Of Chevrolet's Sports Car by Ray Miller (1975) defines in the characteristics and details of the Corvette from inception through to the 1975 models. Historians and restorers alike will treasure the defining views presented of the evolving cars.
Corvette: A Piece Of The Action: Impressions Of The Marque And The Mystique, 1953-1985 by Bill Mitchell & Allan Girdler (1985). A tribute to America's favourite sports car is presented by two dedicated and passionate Corvette enthusiasts - William Mitchell, former vice president GM design, who made it happen on the inside, and Allan Girdler, automotive editor and journalist, who watched it happen from the outside.
Corvette: The Definitive Guide To The All-American Sports Car by Andrew Montgomery (2005) pays tribute to this legendary automobile, from its shaky infancy and the - more chrome, more power years of the early sixties, to the Sting Ray era all the way through to today's sophisticated, ultra-powerful, sports car. This is the ultimate Corvette reference book, featuring a model-by-model history and technical specs.
The Pocket Book Of The Corvette by Andrew Montgomery (2003) is lavishly illustrated with full-colour photos of all the models, exteriors, interiors and definite detailing.
Corvette by Mike Mueller (2004). This revised edition of 'Corvette Milestones' includes the milestones of Corvettes from the first generation to the newest C6 generation. Each model is profiled with information why it is set against the rest of the Corvette models, specifications and photos.
Classic Corvettes: The First Thirty Years by Mike Mueller (2002) depicts examples of each model and variant, while an authoritative text reveals all the engineering and design breakthroughs, performance specifications, boardroom battles and competition histories.
Corvette 1968-1982 by Mike Mueller (2000) discusses in detail the story behind '68-'82 design and manufacture and the boardroom dramas that unfolded at the executive, marketing, and engineering levels. Absolutely the most authoritative history of this pivotal chapter in Corvette history.
Corvette Sting Ray 1963-1967: The Glory Years Of America's Sports Car by Mike Mueller (1994). The first colour history entirely devoted to the original 1963-67 Sting Rays. Highlights the rare, limited production cars, including the incredible rear-engined XP819 prototype. Provides history and engineering commentary.
Corvette C5 by Mike Mueller (1998). A personal behind-the-scenes look at one of the most traumatic and triumphant production tales in Detroit history.
Corvette Milestones by Mike Mueller (1996). This vivid colour gallery profiles four decades of Chevrolet's most prominent Corvettes, from the first 1953 model through to today.
The Complete Book Of Corvette: Every Model Since 1953 by Mike Mueller (2006). An in-depth look at the prototypes and experimental models, the anniversary and pace cars, and the specialty packages for street and competition driving that have made the Corvette a living automotive legend for more than half a century. With extensive details, specs and photographic coverage, this book is the ultimate resource on America's sports car. Officially licensed with Chevrolet and including many never-before-published photographs from the car maker's archives.
Corvette: An American Classic by Spence Murray (1978)
Corvette C5 Performance Projects: 1997-2004 by Richard Newton (2006) features a detailed presentation of how to customize a C5's appearance. It also walks C5 owners through a variety of performance modifications and shows them how to efficiently execute several basic maintenance projects.
101 Projects For Your Corvette 1984-1996 by Richard Newton (2003). The performance enhancements, maintenance procedures and restoration tips provided in this book provide Corvette owners a wide variety of options to upgrade their cars, all within reasonable price ranges. Projects include restoration tips, time estimates, tools needed, expertise level and money necessary to complete the project so the reader will know what is required before starting.
The Classic Corvette by Richard Nichols (1984) contains the following chapters: Birth Of A legend, The Real McCoy, The Swinging Sixties, The Stingray - 1963, Corvette Grand Sport, The Musclecars, Consolidation and Into The Eighties.
Corvette: 1953 To The Present by Richard Nichols (1985). The birth and evolution of the Corvette, from 1953 to 1985. The changes, improvements and innovations which have raised Corvette from its status as America's first and only real sports car to America's first and only Supercar.
Corvette Dream Machines by Richard Nichols (1989). Wonderful colour photos of Corvettes - a must-have for collectors.
Plastic Ozone Daydream: The Corvette Chronicles by Frank Orr (2000) combines fact and fantasy on a wild ride through the birth, growth and maturity of the sports car in America during the turbulent half-century, 1950-2000.
Corvette C5 by Patrick Paternie (2004). A series of chapters deals with the breed chronologically, from the prewar World War II roots right up to the present day.
Corvette by Ian Penberthy (1993). Terrific book of photos, a must for the Corvette collector.
Corvette Weekend Projects: Maintenance And Repair How-To's For 1968-1982 Corvettes by John Pfanstiehl (1995). The first part of the book is a detailed review on what to look at in potential purchases. Things such as checking for a level body and other less obvious but common problem areas. It points out some of the common cheap fixes that owners do instead of fixing it correctly.
Corvettes Of The 1950's And 1960's: Unique Master Portfolio by Colin Pitt (Date unknown). Compilation of 33 articles and adverts reproduced from contemporary magazines.
Chevrolet Corvette Restoration Guide by Lindsay Porter (1997). Fully illustrated with detailed, step-by-step photos, chapters on bodywork and frame, interior and trim, mechanicals and electrics. Includes a year-by-year model history from 1953-95, plus advice on which models are the best, and which to watch out for.
Corvette C3 1968-1982 Buyer's Guide by Richard Prince (2003). A must-have look at the classic C3 Corvettes of 1968-1982. Whether you are an owner, prospective buyer, or simply a fan of this great American automobile, at your fingertips are the details you need to know for evaluating, purchasing and getting the most out of your Corvette C3. You'll uncover accurate year-by-year information and full-colour photos on each Corvette of the C3 era.
Corvette Restoration Guide 1968-1982 by Richard Prince (1999). All parts and accessories needed to conduct a complete factory-original restoration are outlined in this fully illustrated, hands-on guide for C3 owners and restorers.
Corvette Buyer's Guide 1953-1967 by Richard Prince (2002). An unparalleled level of information and data on each Corvette model built between 1953-1967 is provided, as is a basic history of each model that points More...out strengths and weaknesses.
Corvette Fuel Injection & Electronic Engine Control: 1982 through 2001 by Charles Probst (2001). The comprehensive troubleshooting tips and service procedures presented here are a great aid in mastering Corvette engine control systems.
Corvette - An American Legend: The Gold-Certified Cars Of Bloomington 1953-1967 by Roy Query (1986). The annual Bloomington meet is not just concours, these cars are strictly judged for accuracy to present a car as if it just left the factory - faults and all. This is a selection of these incredible Gold Certificate cars featuring in-depth text and over 200 stunning colour photos. Includes detailed histories of each car, interviews, Duntov and more. In years where two body styles were offered, both are pictured.
Corvette - The Legend Lives On: The Gold-Certified Cars Of Bloomington 1968-1986 by Roy Query (1987). A pictorial record of the classic Corvette Coupes and Convertibles produced between 1968 and 1986.
Corvettes For The Road by Henry Rasmussen (1984)
Corvette: Cream Of The Crop by Henry Rasmussen (1991)
Corvette: America's Most Exciting Sportscar by Bill Reynolds (1997). This photographic essay recounts the history of the legendary Corvette, the fast, stylish sportscar, which has captured America's imagination and which is the only American series sportscar since World War II.
All Corvettes Are Red: Inside The Rebirth Of An American Legend by James Schefter (1996). For eight years, Schefter enjoyed unprecedented access to every part of GM, including areas off-limits to many company vice presidents. A true insider, he observed the new Corvette's odyssey from sketch to clay model to prototype to production vehicle. He accompanied test drivers across scorching deserts and snow-packed mountains. And he came to know the fiercely dedicated team of designers, engineers, and executives who fought and achieved their dream: a new Corvette that is better conceived, better built, and less expensive than its predecessors.
Chevy/Corvette Portfolio: A Photo-Portfolio Of America's Greatest Dream Machines by Martyn Schorr (1975)
Corvette by Lee Stacy (2005) features fascinating facts and statistics, different views and a list of developmental milestones for every car.
Corvette 1953-1967: A Source Book by Arthur Steffen (1983) covers the early years by means of plentiful, fascinating and well-chosen illustrations from the original factory literature and compelling text written by a Corvette expert.
Corvette: The All-American Sports Car by Tony Thacker & Mike Key (1991). The design of Chevrolet's Corvette was a break with the way Detroit was heading in the 1950s. From the earliest prototypes to today's ZRI, the Corvette's many changes are chronicled in this book.
High-Performance C5 Corvette Builder's Guide by Walt Thurn (2007) features tables, charts, colour pictures and build sequences to explain how to correctly modify your C5 for drag racing, road racing, autocross, or simply to heads turn on cruise nights.
Corvette: The Enduring Legend by Nicky Wright (1991) chronicles the Corvette from its introduction in 1953 through to the model year 1990.
Corvette Prototypes And Show Cars Photo Album by Wallace Wyss (1987). From the first Corvette built for General Motor's 1953 Motorama to the Sting Ray III of the 1990s, this book features four generations of Corvette prototypes.
Ultimate Corvette Trivia Challenge by Wallace Wyss (2001) offers a multitude of multiple-choice questions, as well as an in-depth trivia section that provides more detail about various aspects of Corvette lore.
Corvette Bible by Mike Yager (2007) combines all the technical specifications you need, with 400 photos and exclusive year-by-year review of every Corvette.
Heart Of The Beast: History Of The LT5 V-8 And ZR-1 Corvette by Anthony Young (1994). An inside look at how the ZR-1 was born, what went into the design and manufacture of the LT5 engine, and why production was discontinued. Learn about the exciting American and European debuts of the ZR-1, the numerous world records set by this potent Corvette and the various aftermarket variations of the model.
Chevrolet Corvette 1953-1986 by Walter Zeichner (1989). Each classic model is presented in its historic and developmental aspects.
Corvette: America's Sports Car No Author (2007)
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