Corvette Runs Deep

White Family at Spring Mountain
For the White family, Chevy runs deep – about 40 years deep when it comes to Corvettes. Bob was 16 years old when his uncle bought a 1973 Canary Yellow Corvette and he vividly remembers borrowing the car for a first date… because that date is now his wife of 38 years. “That started it,” …

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Creating Corvette Dreamers, One Birthday at a Time

When you’re an adult – an amazing birthday gift might be a brand new Corvette, big red bow and all. But when you are a kid… what’s the next best thing? For five-year-old Grant, a visit to the National Corvette Museum was his birthday wish. “He wanted to visit the ‘testing track,’” his mom shared …

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Man Proves Snow-Vette is as Cool as it Sounds

1980 Snow Vette
When it snows and your Corvette is nicely tucked away in the garage, but you really miss it, what do you do? Well, if you are Stan Gullett of Andover, MN you build a full-size snow Vette to look just like your beloved 1980 orange Corvette. After a snow on Friday, January 8, he and …

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WWII Veteran Leaves Corvette to Museum

1958 Corvette
Willis Stolper was a quiet, unassuming man. So it was a bit of a surprise that he would purchase a car as attention-grabbing as a Corvette. But when you learn a little about Willis, and the fact that he served in the Navy during WWII, fighting every battle in the Pacific on the USS Enterprise, …

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Museum a Kentucky Bucket List Item

Corvette Club Visit
When you think of Kentucky – you probably think of the Kentucky Derby, Kentucky Fried Chicken, and bourbon. But did you know that the iconic American Sports Car, the Corvette, has only been made in Kentucky since 1981? For some of our Corvette enthusiasts, their beloved car is what they think of when they think …

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