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History of Transportation in Kentucky Exhibit Opens at Corvette Museum

Special Display Traces State’s 225 Years on the Move The National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green has opened a new exhibit that traces the history of transportation in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Kentucky celebrated its 225th anniversary on June 1, and the exhibit commemorates the milestone while taking visitors on a trip through time. “It’s …

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Corvette Museum Celebrates 225 Years of Transportation in Kentucky

This year Kentucky celebrates a milestone anniversary – it has been 225 years since its admittance as a state into the Union. Originally a part of Virginia, “the Kentucky County” became the 15th state on June 1, 1792. To celebrate, the National Corvette Museum is hosting a special exhibit, ‘Kentucky: 225 Years on the Move’ …

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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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