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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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Painting an Icon

The process of restoring a collector car is painstaking. From locating the parts you need, keeping it historically accurate, to that last finishing touch of a new paint job. Now imagine if the car you were helping bring to life was the brainchild of Harley Earl, and built from scratch by Corvette’s first Chief Engineer, …

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Two Racers Join Museum’s Performance Area

With most of the cars on display in the Museum on loan from private individuals, no two visits are the same. And on your next visit to the Museum you may notice two new racers to the display floor in the Performance Area. The first is a gorgeous 1963 Grand Sport II Replica on loan …

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