C7 Production Ends, Last 2019 Stingray to be Delivered at NCM

Last C7 Stingray
It’s the end of an era – Thursday, November 14 was the last day of production for the C7 Corvette. The final car, a Z06, rolled off the end of the assembly line at approximately 3:10pm. The car was purchased at Barrett Jackson for $2.7 million by Dan Snyder. But the 2nd to last car? …

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Corvette Plant Frontage Getting a Facelift

Plant Construction
If you’ve been to General Motors Bowling Green Assembly, chances are you’ve made a stop in front of the building for a photo op by their sign, where two Corvettes often sit on either side. Currently that area is under construction, receiving a facelift that has a much more important purpose. “We found that visitors …

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Accelerate Yellow Corvette Makes First Public Appearance

Accelerate Yellow Stingray
Thursday, November 14 a 2020 Stingray Corvette in the new Accelerate Yellow made a surprise debut around the National Corvette Museum. The car was spotted crossing the highway from the GM Corvette Assembly Plant, continuing on Corvette Drive, slowly looping the logo circle of the National Corvette Museum. Plant employees have been known to take …

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High Wing Now Available with Museum Delivery

High Wing Corvette
The genuine Corvette accessory, high wing spoiler kit option can now be included on your R8C Museum Delivery optioned Corvette. In addition to the seemingly popular high wing, the Museum can now also install the ground effects and rocker panel extension options as well. A full list of options with codes is below: Ground Effects …

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Cemented in History: 1954 ‘Entombed’ Corvette Joins Museum Collection

1954 "Entombed" Corvette
It was 1954 and successful business man, Richard Sampson of Brunswick, Maine had just purchased a brand-new Corvette. After driving it for four years, he wanted to park it somewhere safe. Sampson was constructing new stores for his grocery chain and decided one of them would be the perfect structure to keep his car secure. …

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