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Enter the Gigantic Chevy Corvette Photo Book Giveaway Contest!

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The News Wheel is giving away the latest Corvette compendium, valued at $50!


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For 60 years, the Chevrolet Corvette has remained an iconic American sports car, appealing to generations of adrenaline enthusiasts and spectators. This legendary vehicle has been extensively chronicled in Motorbooks’ Corvette: Seven Generations of American High Performance by noted photographer/journalist Randy Leffingwell.

This huge 250-page hardcover book–the perfect size for your coffee table–has hundreds of high-quality photographs covering the fascinating history of America’s favorite sports car.

Want to get a free copy of Corvette: Seven Generations of American High Performance (MSRP $50.00)? Here’s How!

The News Wheel is giving away a copy of this gigantic photographic encyclopedia on the Chevy Corvette. Simply enter the giveaway contest by following the instructions below. The more you do, the more entries you’ll receive in the contest.

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The giveaway ends on September 30, 2015, so get your entries in ASAP! If you don’t win our giveaway, you can find Corvette: Seven Generations of American High Performance through retailers like Amazon, Indiebound, and Barnes & Noble.

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Here’s a portion of our in-depth review of Corvette: Seven Generations of American High Performance:

Corvette Seven Generations Book Full Cover ImageIf one were to collect the seven-generation legacy of the Chevrolet Corvette into a single book, the wealth of information would result in an encyclopedia. It would then take an expert to sift through and organize that information into something people would want to read.

That’s what renowned writer and photographer Randy Leffingwell has been doing for decades. His latest testament, officially licensed by General Motors, is sure to impress even the most knowledgeable of Corvette enthusiasts.

This encyclopedia chronicles the birth, development, and modernization of the iconic Chevrolet Corvette sports car, from Harley Earl’s initial concept to the seventh-generation Stingray incarnation.

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  • Aaron WidmarSenior Editor

    Aaron is unashamed to be a native Clevelander and the proud driver of a 1995 Saturn SC-2 (knock on wood). He gleefully utilizes his background in theater, literature, and communication to dramatically recite his own articles to nearby youth. Mr. Widmar happily resides in Dayton, Ohio with his magnificent wife, Vicki, but is often on the road with her exploring new destinations. Aaron has high aspirations for his writing career but often gets distracted pondering the profound nature of the human condition and forgets what he was writing... See more articles by Aaron.

  • It’s just the most classic all-american car <3

  • snowsome

    Hubby would love this!

  • Ricky Hoelting

    The Corvette is most most iconic American car. It is always pushing the industry on styling, performance and handling, all while staying more affordable that European competitors!

  • Melissa

    Corvettes always turn heads! My 8 year old son would LOVE this book!

  • Mari

    Just because, the Corvette is most most iconic American car.

  • Kelly VanAuken

    Best performance for the money. Beautiful lines.