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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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To Protect and Serve

Symbols of appreciation come in many forms, from a simple verbal ‘thank you’ to a hand-written note to a random act of kindness. But for the family of a Nicholasville, Kentucky police officer the token of appreciation had a deeper, more heartfelt meaning for both them and those involved in the project. The National Corvette …

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Ground Bound Blue Angel

Corvette has long-standing ties to the military and for John “Sparky” Lersch, his tie to Corvette is because of the military. After a moderately successful high school football stint in Pittsburgh, PA, Sparky was recruited to play football for a number of college programs, including United States Naval Academy coach Steve Belichick (father of New …

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The Bowling Green Special

Thomas Myers was just a young boy when he saw his first Corvette, but made a promise to himself that he would own one someday. “Every time he saw a Corvette, he always waved,” said Marilyn Britt, Tom’s companion of nine years. But it wasn’t until 1981 that he purchased his very first Corvette – …

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