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The Monday Grind

The Barret-Jackson vehicle auction happened over the weekend in sunny Arizona. Lots and lots of lettuce (that means money) was being thrown around. We recommend checking out the story on one person who bought the Corvette pictured below for a whopping $600,000.

Corvette 427 Convertible Image

The hottest trend in Europe is buying a used car

Almost 800,000 people attended the North American International Auto Show in Detroit

- The first 2013 Chevy Corvette 427 Convertible sold for $600,000

The Monday Grind

The days following a Halloween weekend are usually best for nursing stomachaches after eating too much candy and salted pumpkin seeds. This year, it is also a time to get nostalgic about the past 100 years of Chevrolet. The brand celebrates their centennial-anniversary this Thursday and the media hoopla around Chevy has begun. Here are those stories and more.

Michael Waltrip finally stars in a commercial that is actually funny…gross too

It was “Chrysler Sub-Compact Weekend” on Hooniverse featuring the Omni and Sundance among others.

Mark Phelan refers to America as “baseball, hot dogs, apple pie and Chevrolet.”

Chevrolet’s biggest misses over their 100-year history

The ten best lines from Top Gear’s Jeremy Clarkson (with video)