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New Moore Mondays Video Series Launched

While not everyone has the opportunity to plan a regular visit to the mecca of Corvette, stories behind the iconic sports car can be delivered to the masses, and enjoyed from the comfort of one’s home. In March, the National Corvette Museum began offering a series of live videos on Facebook, taking viewers behind the …

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Bring the Kids for Extra R8C Fun

Many Corvette enthusiasts have a story about the first Corvette they saw, how they fell in love with the iconic sports car and how they then made it their personal mission to one day buy their very own. John Bungard and his family became enthusiasts in a much different way. He knew he wanted a …

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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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High Mileage C5 Corvette Donated

When it comes to Corvettes, many owners like to brag on how few miles their car has. For Mark Blackwell of Jacksonville, FL, he loves the fact that his Corvette is quite the opposite. In fact, it boasts 773,338 miles, all on its original engine. Mark purchased the car brand new in 1999 and has …

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Early Production C4 Donated

On Friday, August 4 the Museum received a special gift – a 1984 Corvette donated as a tribute to the late Don Oliverio of West Virginia. Approximately 40 family members and friends gathered at the Museum to make the presentation and celebrate his life. “He was thoughtful and would visit people in the nursing home, …

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