A lot of the time Chevy used aluminum battery cables in their cars,(in particular my 1980) I was continually having starting and battery problems until I replaced the cables with copper.
If the Chevy Corvette did not exist, then presumably the movie "Corvette Summer" starring Mark Hamill would not have been made. But possibly Mark Hamill would have appeared in some other move instead. It's hard to be sure about alternate realities, they can be slippery.
A 1994 Corvette might run rough when the temperature of the engine reaches 180 degrees Fahrenheit because of a blown head gasket. This is also a symptom of a cracked block.
Most likely the Lamborghini Murcielago. It has a top speed of over 200 mph. The corvette only is over 150 mph.
I would suggest a new set of plug wires.
it depends on the corvette, but assuming its an 87 corvette and an 87 grand national both stock, i would say that it would probably be the grand national but it depends on the track, and if one of them has a ferrari enzo motor
Since there was no 1927 Corvette the answer would be NO.
I would say, by far, the Chevrolet Corvette is the most popular and widely recognized of all the Chevy models. It is such a classic look that has held through the ages and just about everyone likes it.
Check water pump and pump gasket.
1992 lt1 corvette runs good until it reaches 190 degrees the starts rough idel and backfires/ the car would kinda run rich in its past with black smoke at times