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2019 Corvette Early Production Announced

Well, that was quick! Rumors have been confirmed that production of the 2018 Corvette will cease early for the model year. The last date to order a 2018 Corvette is November 16, and the last week of production for the 2018 model year is the week of January 22. The 2019 model year will begin …

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Corvette Racing: Never Give up

An interview with Corvette Racing Program Manager Doug Fehan By Bob Bubnis with photography courtesy of Richard Prince/Chevrolet Download the PDF magazine pages: Doug Fehan on Laguna Seca When I congratulated Corvette Racing Program Manager, Doug Fehan, on virtually clinching the driver and team championships, he cautioned, “We’re not there yet.” While not particularly superstitious, Doug …

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TV Host Cristy Lee Visit NCM

Friday, September 29, 2017 the Museum welcomed tv host and reporter Cristy Lee for a visit and behind the scenes tour. Best known for hosting Barrett-Jackson Live and co-hosting All Girls Garage, both on Velocity, she’s also served as a motorsports reporter covering everything from the XGames to Off-Road Truck Racing to World SuperBike. Cristy …

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Final Black Rose Numbers Release, The Story Behind Sebring Orange

Today GM has released the final 2018 Black Rose Corvette numbers. A total of 219 saleable / retail Corvettes (165 coupes and 54 convertibles) were produced in the shade – 92 were Stingrays, 78 were Grand Sports and 49 were Z06s. For model year 2017, 1333 Corvettes were Black Rose. The last Black Rose, a …

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History of Transportation in Kentucky Exhibit Opens at Corvette Museum

Special Display Traces State’s 225 Years on the Move The National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green has opened a new exhibit that traces the history of transportation in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Kentucky celebrated its 225th anniversary on June 1, and the exhibit commemorates the milestone while taking visitors on a trip through time. “It’s …

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