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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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Building Engines to Brighten Days

Earlier this year the Museum received a letter from Amy East of Brunswick, GA. Her son, 19-year-old Darren Pickren, is a Corvette enthusiast and mechanical engineering student at Mercer University in Macon, GA. Darren was on the President’s List, and Amy had purchased him a 1981 Corvette to restore. Life was good! “Right before Christmas, …

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Memories of Dad

For Will Szymanski, Jr., the Corvette Gives Him Great Memories of His Late Father, Will Sr. Will Szymanski, Sr. was an all-around car guy, but there was something about Chevrolets – specifically Corvettes – that always stood the model above the rest. His son, Will Szymanski, Jr., naturally being brought up by a Corvette admirer, …

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Family Gives Dad Ultimate Father’s Day Gift

Neckties, cologne, tools, grilling supplies, a card – most of us pick-up a small item that may or may not be very meaningful for dad on Father’s Day. But for one Owensboro, Kentucky man – he received the surprise of a lifetime. Randy Head has been a fan of Corvette most of his life, with …

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Corvette Blood Runs in Geiger Family

For many people, Corvettes hold special memories of loved ones. For Peter Geiger, that memory is of his brother, Robert J. Geiger. Robert, a lover of America’s Sports Car, had a unique 1966 Convertible in which he owned from 1973-75. It wasn’t like any other Vette – and that’s what makes it so special to …

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