Definition of corvette
1 : a warship ranking in the old sailing navies next below a frigate
2 : a highly maneuverable armed escort ship that is smaller than a destroyer
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Corvette and PT Cruiser club members brought dozens of vehicles.
The first Corvette rolls off the assembly line in Flint.
Past auto shows have attracted Model As, Packers, Cadillacs, Rolls Royces, Mercedes, Mustangs, Corvettes, Maseratis, Jaguars and a variety of muscle cars, Kracik said.
The committee, however, approved equipment packages for the army totaling 11 billion euros and that will include the purchase of five corvette warships for some two billion euros.
Ferraris, a Lotus, a Scarab, a Lola, several De Tomaso racers, Corvettes, Mustangs, an Amphicar that drove across water—and 10 airplanes.
Momentum Chevrolet, the largest Corvette dealer in the Bay Area, will be at the show with the latest-model Corvette.
In the past six months, U.S. customers bought about three times as many Cadillac Escalades and double the number of Corvettes—both paragons of a niche vehicle.
Come early to enjoy the collection of classic cars including Mustangs and Corvettes.
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