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1988 “Miss America Corvette Convertible” Donated

1988 Corvette Donation
On Tuesday, June 30 the National Corvette Museum received a donation of a 1988 Corvette, a car the donor had owned for about ten years. But it wasn’t until he inquired about donating it to the Museum that the history of the car started to come to light. “My dad purchased the car about 10 …

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National Corvette Day

1953 Corvette
A quintessential American icon. Later this week, on July 4, we will gather as Americans to celebrate the birth of our independence as a nation. But today, let’s pause to pay tribute to an icon of American Innovation, the Chevrolet Corvette. This is, after all, National Corvette Day, and the perfect opportunity to pay homage …

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Museum Collections Building Dedicated

Fast Collections Campus
Last summer the National Corvette Museum acquired the former Fraternal Order of Police Lodge on Corvette Drive. The 8,000 square foot facility, which opened in 2002, sits on 7.5 acres and adjoins existing Museum property. The Museum had originally owned the land. On Wednesday, June 24 the building was officially dedicated and named the Chuck, …

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Sharing their Car with Others

1996 Corvette
Couple Donate 1996 Grand Sport for Others to Enjoy If you ask Larry and Carol Watkins how many Corvettes they’ve owned, there would be a little confusion as to whether 6 or 7 is the correct answer because one Corvette in their collection they’ve owned twice! “Growing up as a teen in the late 50s, …

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A Home of Appreciation

Phil Weisgerber
Bowling Green Visitors Discover Museum, Donate Corvette Born and raised in Green Village, New Jersey, renowned illustrator Phillip J. (‘Phil’) Weisgerber studied at the National Academy of Fine Arts and Design in New York, and at the Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles before working in the aerospace industry for TRW (now known …

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