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Made To Drive | S15 E03

1967 Chevrolet Corvette: American Nostalgia

The Corvette Stingray is part of American History 101
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He opened by saying that there’s a good chance a vintage car is going to break down. I submit that if it’s well-maintained and driven regularly, that should not be a concern when on the open road. It especially should not be a concern in a Corvette with a bullet-proof Chevrolet drivetrain. I own a ’67 roadster that’s been in my life for 44 years, and breaking down has never been a consideration in that car.

Dennis Lucassen
Dennis Lucassen

Another cool video. The car is absolutely fantastic, and I love that it is a manual. I thought all US cars were automatic;)


Great video. Done very tastefully. Love the father and son involvement with this particular car.

Kurt Uzbay
Kurt Uzbay

1- Muscle cars defined by having backseat… I didn’t know that was the technical definition; thanks for the education
2- 4:40 … Brain: Washed… excellent… !!

To share the passion. Absolutely. To hoard it and hide it away is a sin. Really admire this gentlemans philosophy. Look at his sons face and joy it radiates when he is shown the passion, and the love. Great video.

Robert in LA
Robert in LA

Lovely tribute to an absolutely iconic car.

Paul Bilek
Paul Bilek

Absolutely wonderful notions on what it means to love a car and share the passion.