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1968 Corvette Donated

When the time comes to make a decision on what to do with a prized Corvette, many people contemplate several options. Do I sell it? Do I give it to a family member? Do I donate it? For Bob Dupuis of Jacksonville, North Carolina, one option stood out, and with the blessings of his wife …

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Restored 1962 Corvette to be Revealed on 4th Anniversary of Sinkhole

Nearly four years ago many Corvette enthusiasts across the globe woke up to some startling news. A massive sinkhole had opened inside the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky – taking eight Corvettes into its depths. What could have been a roadblock for the Museum turned into more of a speed bump as the …

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AutoZone, Sonic Tools Help Grow Museum Vehicle Maintenance and Preservation Area

The National Corvette Museum’s AutoZone Vehicle Maintenance and Preservation area is a place of constant action with cars being prepped for display, regular maintenance tasks being completed to get Corvettes ready for a road tour and other transformations like the 1962 ‘sinkhole’ Corvette’s restoration, and now thanks to AutoZone and Sonic Tools, their home is …

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Wendell Strode: Living with PTSD

Normally, when I go into Museum Executive Director Wendell Strode’s office, it’s just to find out how he’s doing or to get a quote from him for an article I’m working on. Today was different though. The familiar grin was still there as he invited me to close the door and sit down, but it …

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