Following yesterday's introduction of the C7 Corvette that shows the car's future, Chevrolet has released a slew of images celebrating 60 years of the car's past. First introduced in 1953, the Corvette has evolved into a global sports car that is likely to be the star of this year's Detroit Auto Show.
We don't need to tell you why a leaky fuel tank can be a big hazard. Something about flammable liquid seeping out from underneath a car raises a huge red flag, and now the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is investigating 33,000 2004 model year Chevrolet Corvettes over this very issue. According to The Detroit News, NHTSA has received 30 complaints from owners claiming that either liquid fuel or fuel vapor has been leaking from a tank.
A reader named Brad came across this particular Star Trek transporter accident in a movie theater parking lot and was thoughtful enough to immortalize the moment for us. The car is an SN95 Mustang, which in itself is completely unremarkable. What makes it "special" is its S197 Mustang GT front clip and C5 Corvette rump. Don't look for the 'Vette flags back there, either. A galloping pony resides in the space between those oval taillamps. It's all very goofy, and what's with the exhaust placement