Museum Delivers First R8C Optioned 2020 Corvette

On Tuesday, March 10 the National Corvette Museum celebrated the first Museum-delivered 2020 Corvette. Glenn and Andrea Johnson of Port Neches, Texas were the first customers to pick up their ‘next generation’ mid-engine Corvette through option R8C, the Museum Delivery Program. When ordering a new Corvette, customers may select option “R8C,” designating their car for …

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New NCM Board Member: Norm Rose

Norm Rose
Norman Rose’s daily commute would put 32,000 – 35,000 miles per year on his Mazda Miata trading it for another when it hit 100,000 miles. He liked the sports car, but it was a little smaller than he preferred. Eventually it was a 1992 Teal Green Corvette that caught his eye. “I made the decision …

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Museum’s Experimental Mid-Engine Corvette Featured at Amelia Concours

XP-987
To celebrate the arrival of the next generation Corvette, Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance is hosting the ‘Silver Anniversary Amelia’s Mid-Engine Corvette’ class on March 8, 2020. Displayed as part of this class includes the Museum’s recently acquired 1973 XP-987, along with Chevrolet’s 1964 Grand Sport IIB research vehicle, CERV I, CERV II, Corvette XP-819, XP-895, …

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1984 DeAtley Trans Am Corvette Racer Donated

1984 DeAtley Race Car
Michael (Mike) Moss started off life as a self-proclaimed motorhead, even as young as 13 years old. When he turned 16, he had his sights set on road racing, but a minimum age of 21 pushed him towards drag racing. Never mind that the minimum age for that was 18 – it didn’t stop Mike …

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Next Generation Membership

Next Generation Membership
The National Corvette Museum now offers a Next Generation Membership. The Next Generation Membership is for children ages birth to 18.  The goal is to foster childrens’ interest in Corvette and the Corvette Museum, and to keep the hobby thriving through the Next Generation of members/supporters.  Revenue from these memberships go directly to develop and …

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