ROYAL OAK, MI – Along with the Ford Mustang, the Chevy Corvette is probably the most frequently spotted car prowling this weekend’s Woodward Avenue Dream Cruise, which is expected to draw 1.5 million people and 40,000 classic cars. But one Corvette on Woodward this year is unlike any other: It’s powered by a modern diesel engine. Robert Bosch GmbH spent two years building a ‘53 Corvette kit car and then injected this American icon with a spirited dash of German ingenuity. Under the hood ...

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