Exhibit Celebrates 30 Years of Callaway Corvettes

In 1987 Corvettes got a little faster thanks to engineers at Callaway Cars. What started in the garage of Reeves Callaway’s Old Lyme, Connecticut home has grown into a company with three locations (Connecticut, California and Germany) and four core business units: Callaway Engineering, Callaway Cars, Callaway Carbon and Callaway Competition. When the company began, …

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What’s In Your Museum: Fuel Injection – Because Racecar

While the National Corvette Museum rotates display cars on a regular basis, we have recently shaken things up a bit in our Performance area, creating a special six car mini display featuring fuel injection Corvettes from the very early days of Corvette’s racing history. 1956 This Corvette was Sebring Car #7 and was used by Chevrolet …

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2017 Corvette Hall of Fame Inductees Announced

The National Corvette Museum has announced the following inductees to be recognized as part of the 20th Annual Corvette Hall of Fame Ceremony in 2017: Peter Brock in the category of Enthusiast; Jim Minneker in the category of GM/Chevrolet; and Tommy Morrison in the category of Racing. These three individuals will be recognized with the …

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Tracking Down a Reminder of Dad

Chris Martini’s Corvette story starts in 1982 when his dad purchased a brand new Collector Edition Corvette, a Corvette that became a part of their family for 15 years. “My dad loved this car so much,” Chris said. “I can remember him washing it every week even if it had been in the garage the …

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Passing on a Piece of a Collection

Henry Younger has always wanted to be a Corvette collector. He fell in love with Corvette right from the beginning… after seeing a 1953 Corvette and then receiving a small wood model version from his mother for Christmas. But it wasn’t until 1969 that Henry would own his first Corvette, a 1965 that he purchased …

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