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1985 ‘Black Beauty’ Donated

Sometimes Corvette ownership starts out when you weren’t really looking for one to begin with. Such was the case for Frank and Deborah Whaley of Roanoke, Virginia. The couple’s youngest son was about to start college and needed a car. Frank began shopping around, looking at a 35-year-old Mercedes and a couple of sports cars …

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Corvette Museum Receives First Seventh Generation Corvette Donation

Donald and Candy Duncan Donate Corvette
Special, One-Of-A-Kind Corvette Has Historical Tie to Museum On June 21, 2018 Donald Duncan’s phone rang. His wife, Candy, answered, telling Don it was a call from Bowling Green. “Hi Donald, this is Katie from the National Corvette Museum, do you know why I might be calling you today?” It was a Corvette raffle drawing …

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Newly Remodeled KidZone Opens at National Corvette Museum

State Farm Good Neighbor Grant Funds New Exhibits If you ask any Corvette owner when they first fell in love with the iconic American sports car, almost every enthusiast has a story. Often it was a neighbor or relative who owned a Corvette and helped encourage the love or seeing a new model on the …

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Museum Receives Impala Donation

A retired police officer, Larry Stewart loved to go fast. On the job he’d pilot police Mustangs, motorcycles and even helicopters. But it was his 1994 Impala that he was most proud of. That particular model was only produced for three years, and in 1994 – black was the only color it was offered in. …

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Joint Fundraising Event Nets Over $27,000 for Trooper Island Camp

Each October the National Corvette Museum teams up with the Kentucky State Police to lead a fundraising event like no other – taking participants to some of the most popular attractions and best dining the Bluegrass State has to offer. The proceeds from the event were split equally between the Museum, a 501(c)(3) non-profit foundation, …

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