Chattanooga Motorcar Festival Welcomes Corvette Display

Chattanooga Motorcar Festival
’53 Corvette, Manta Ray and C8 are Three of the Eight to be Displayed A world-class lifestyle event aimed to engage, excite and entertain families, racers and automotive enthusiasts alike will make its debut in downtown Chattanooga, Tenn. on October 11-13, 2019. The inaugural Chattanooga Motorcar Festival borrows the style of its European counterparts by …

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The Best of Both Worlds: R8C Delivery and Stingray High-Wing Spoiler

2020 Stingray with High Wing
For the 2020 Stingray, the high-wing spoiler carries the “LPO” designation and is not available with (R8C) Corvette Museum Delivery.  Unlike the 2019 ZR1 high wings, which attach using factory installed mounting plates and a simple bolt-on procedure, the 2020 Stingray high-wing spoiler installation is more complex and requires the removal of the rear fascia …

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Elfi’s Silver Pearl Sisterhood Awards Funding

Elfi's Silver Pearl Sisterhood
New Women-Only Philanthropic Society Selects Damsels of Design Exhibit for Award At the 25th Anniversary Celebration, the Silver Pearl Sisterhood had their inaugural luncheon, generously provided by Sisterhood Founding Member and NCM Board Chairman Emeritus Leslie Gardner. The group was tasked with reviewing four Museum projects and voting on which one their funds would support. …

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2019 Corvette Stats Released

Chevrolet has released the final stats for the 2019 model year Corvette. The total volume comes in at 34,822 Corvettes produced. Of that, 39.3% were Stingrays, 32.3% were Grand Sports, 19.9% were Z06s and 8.5% were ZR1s. If you purchased a Drivers Series Package, you have a rare Corvette. Only 95 total were produced, 14 …

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NCRS Sponsors Higher Education Scholarship Through Museum

NCRS Scholarship
Without NCRS, there would not be a National Corvette Museum. It was their idea to build a facility to house the history of Corvette, and now, they are once again offering an educational opportunity through the Museum. This time that opportunity is to benefit the future of the automotive hobby. “The NCRS Board wanted to …

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