A late night sorority-sponsored party at the Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky ended in gunfire when a man was willing to get shot, tasered and pepper-sprayed all for the right to play a song. Must have been one helluva song.
The state of Kentucky has coughed up $7.5 million in tax incentives for a future $131 million expansion of General Motors' Bowling Green plant for the next-generation Corvette. GM, angling for more, continues to play coy with the media.
As 1.5 millionth Corvette comes off the assembly line, GM's announcing pricing on the sub-Z06, sorta-like-a-Z51 2010 Corvette Grand Sport coupe will start at $55,720 and the convertible will start at $59,530. New pictures of both below.
It wouldn't be a Jalopnik Automotive Amerigasm without a nod to the places that make American automotive history so great. Eddie Izzard may joke that he's from "Europe, where the history comes from," but the relative young age of the auto industry means our automotive history is as old and rich as anyone's...and of…