Washington Times Smartly written and extensively researched....Readers get to see a world few will ever know.
Joe Collins Booklist A TRUE LABOR OF LOVE....Chevy and Corvette lovers and especially sports-car enthusiasts will lap up this first-ever behind-the-scenes look at GM.
Paul Lienert Automobile Schefter traveled everywhere with the Corvette team....The result is an insider's account not just of the  Corvette's birth, but of the whole agonizing and often arcane product-development process at GM.
Ken Gross Automotive Industries That Schefter persisted with the story is as much a tribute to crack journalism as the latest 'Vette is to classic sports cars.
Kirkus Review [A] fly-on-the-wall peek at General Motors....Schefter is allowed to prowl around the hallways of GM, focusing on the design and launching of he 1977 Corvette....It's the attention to insider details that makes this account interesting for Corvette enthusiasts and pedestrians alike.
Publishers Weekly A candid look at the tortuous, crazy, unpredictable process of creating a car....Crammed with an abundance of technical and engineering detail, All Corvettes Are Red will engage auto enthusiasts....
Library Journal Schefter was granted unprecedented access....A revealing tale of intrigue and the inner workings of corporate America is the result.
James Schefter's work has appeared in such publications as Time, Life, Popular Science, Paris Match, and Reader's Digest. He lives in Park City, Utah, and spent at least two weeks a month in Detroit since 1988, researching and writing this book.
All Corvettes are Red has to be one of the finest books ever written on the subject of what it takes to create a car. Read morePublished on May 20 2007 by Michael D. Nicola
Even though I don't own a C5 (yet) it was very interesting to see how the C5 was born from the C4 (which I own) and many of it's short commings were over come. Read morePublished on March 30 2003 by P******** R***
This is a great book. In depth, behind the scenes, look at how the C5 became America's greatest sports car. Read morePublished on Oct. 29 2001 by Steve Teglovic
This book gives us an insight as to how to revive or restructure the flattered product or economy. It should be studied carefully to gain a vision of why C5 is so successful and... Read morePublished on July 6 1999
As an avid vette fan since my teens, I finished this book in less than a week (I usually take months to read a book cover to cover). Read morePublished on June 24 1999
Expecting a book about a car? Wrong. This one is about people reinventing a car and it's loaded with heroes, villains, and characters that you'll both respect and detest. Read morePublished on March 10 1999