VetteFinders.com RSS Feeds
RSS, which stands for Really Simple Syndication, is an easy way to keep up with our Corvette Classifieds. When new ads are entered into our classified ads system, an abbreviated version is included in our RSS feed automatically, which is then sent to your RSS reader. You can view, save or discard the ads without having to visit our regular website. Should you see a Corvette that interests you, the RSS feed contains a link which will bring you back to VetteFinders.com to view the full ad, see all the photos and provide the contact form for emailing the seller.
The VetteFinders.com RSS feed contains the model year, body style, description, price, location as well as a photo if one is available.
Right click on the one of the RSS links and copy shortcut, then go to your favorite news reader and paste the link into the subscribe/add box to receive our Corvette classified
ads via RSS. If you don't currently have a news reader, we have links to several more popular (and free!) programs below.
C1 Classified Ads (1953-1962)
C2 Classified Ads (1963-1967)
C3 Classified Ads (1968-1982)
C4 Classified Ads (1984-1996)
C5 Classified Ads (1997-2004)
C6 Classified Ads (2005-2008)
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CorvetteBlogger.com was founded in the Summer of 2005 as an information vehicle to discuss three pillars surrounding the Corvette hobby: Corvette Buying and Selling, Corvette News and Information, and the Lifestyle that surrounds owning the great American Sports Car. CorvetteBlogger.com is updated with new and original content almost daily and you can
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CorvetteBlogger.com RSS Feed
Need An RSS News Reader?
A wide range of RSS readers can be easily downloaded from the Web. Some readers are Web-based
while others require you to download a small software program onto your desktop. Most are free to use.
Google and Yahoo! both offer comprehensive lists of RSS readers. We also like NewsGator which offers a
free web-based reader.