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From One Collection to Another

A piece of Corvette Racing history joins Museum collection Social media connects us to loved ones far away, childhood friends, neighbors, acquaintances and sometimes even people who simply share a common interest. Through that media we share photos of cars, pets, children, fancy meals, landmarks and more. And occasionally we may share items for sale. …

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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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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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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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Museum Receives 1967 Corvette Donation

On Monday, October 30, 2017 the Museum received a donation of a 1967 427 ‘Big Block’ Corvette from Dr. Leonard Torok of Medina, Ohio. Dr. Torok had purchased the beautiful Marlboro Maroon Convertible about ten years ago in Florida. “We are very much into the nostalgia of the cars and this is the kind of …

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