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2020 Corvette Hall of Fame Inductees Announced

2020 Corvette Hall of Fame
The National Corvette Museum has announced the following inductees to be recognized as part of the 23rd Annual Corvette Hall of Fame Ceremony in 2020: Doug Fehan in the category of Racing; Henry Haga in the category of GM/Chevrolet; Dr. Mike McCagh in the category of Enthusiast; and Wendell Strode in the category of Enthusiast. …

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Transformer Corvettes Displayed in New Exhibit

Sideswipe and Crosshairs Transformers
Two pieces from the ‘silver screen’ have made their way to Bowling Green, Kentucky – joining a special display in the National Corvette Museum’s Exhibit Hall. Fans of the Transformers films will recognize the iconic Corvettes, which are now part of the “Car-Toon Creatures, Kustom Kars and Corvettes: The Art & Influence of Ed ‘Big …

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1990 Indy 500 Festival Corvette Donated

1990 Festival Corvette Donation
“There were five of us, and it’s a two-seater, so it really was a car for mom and dad.” Daughter Melanie remembers how beloved the car was by her dad, Carl Whitlow, and how her and her sister were not allowed to drive it. “I think we all got to drive it once. He and …

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Corvette Museum Raffling Last 7th Generation Grand Sport Convertible Built

2019 Blade Silver Grand Sport
The National Corvette Museum is a 501c3 nonprofit foundation located in Bowling Green, Kentucky – just up the street from the world’s only General Motors Corvette Assembly Plant. The Museum hosts a number of Corvette fundraising raffles each year as a means to generate revenue for the foundation. Slated for raffle on Thursday, February 20, …

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2020 Corvette VIN 0001 Auctions for $3 Million

2020 Corvette Stingray VIN 001
The history-making VIN #0001 of the first mid-engine Corvette – a black-on-black 3LT with the Z51 performance package – crossed the block at the 49th Annual Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction just weeks before the Corvette begins shipping to Chevrolet dealers. “Reaction to the mid-engine Corvette has been extraordinary,” said Mary Barra, GM Chairman and CEO, who was …

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