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Please note, we do not publish Corvette Quarterly magazine. We only sell back issues.
Editorial Profile: This magazine is the official mouthpiece of Chevrolet for their Corvette, so as one might expect it tends to be rather one-sided. In fact, on the whole it refrains from anything controversial at all -- such as comparing it to competitors' cars or pointing out the Corvette's faults -- and also declines to print technical articles (after all, you should take your Corvette to your local GM Goodwrench Servicenter, right?). What they are good for, however, is excellent photography and good writing; interesting features on Corvettes of historical note; and profiles on people designing, influencing, and driving modern and past Corvettes.
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