Keith Martin’s Corvette Magazine Magazine

Keith Martin's Corvette Market Magazine has been officially launched.  Mike Yager is one of the "movers and shakers" interviewed in the inaugural (Fall 2007) issue, and he made sure the magazine was given significant visibility at last weekend's Corvette Funfest on the premises of Mid America Motorworks in Effingham, Illinois.

Mike introduced Keith next to his beautiful Chevrolet bowtie-shaped swimming pool (see photo past the jump), and then the whole Yager family joined Keith in a ribbon cutting ceremony as Corvette industry leaders gave applause.

Keith seeks to fill a vacuum in the sales and purchase process of Corvettes by providing current market trends, auction results, advice on which models to buy-sell-hold, and advice from movers and shakers in the industry.  Given the explosive growth in pre-owned Corvette sales and the success of the parent magazine, Sports Car Market, a magazine devoted to Corvettes was deemed merited.  A link to this resource will be added to the home page of CorvetteBlog.

The official inauguration photograph:

The amazing swimming pool in the shape of the famous Chevrolet bowtie:

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  1. Lee Ritchey says:

    When and how will the magazine be available, newsstands, subscriptions, both? Thank you; looking forward to reading it.

  2. Bill says:

    My understanding is that in addition to subscriptions, Corvette Market will also be available in selected bookstores.

    For example, the Auto Zone Bookstore in Birmingham, Michigan would be a place to get it, because their focus is on automotive literature.

    We will contact Corvette Market to make an official reply, so check this blog again soon for an update.

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