From One Collection to Another

A piece of Corvette Racing history joins Museum collection Social media connects us to loved ones far away, childhood friends, neighbors, acquaintances and sometimes even people who simply share a common interest. Through that media we share photos of cars, pets, children, fancy meals, landmarks and more. And occasionally we may share items for sale. …

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Corvette Profiles – 1986 Corvette Indy

Back in the mid-1980s, General Motors released one of the most technologically advanced cars ever created for its time; the Corvette C4. Upon release of the C4, the world was incredibly excited for what the car was capable of. In the 1980s, car design was like music of time. It was out with the old, …

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Holocaust Murals to be Displayed

A collection of murals depicting scenes from the Holocaust will be on exhibit at the National Corvette Museum March 1 – March 15, 2018. The 18 murals were created by students enrolled in Nazi Germany and the Holocaust during VAMPY, a summer program for Verbally and Mathematically Precocious Youth. Held by The Center for Gifted …

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Restored 1962 Corvette Revealed on Fourth Anniversary of Museum Sinkhole

Four years ago, Corvette enthusiasts across the globe held a collective gasp (and in some cases shed tears) when news broke that a 65 foot by 45 foot sinkhole had opened inside the Skydome of the National Corvette Museum, taking eight prized cars with it. Continuing to make lemonade, today the Museum revealed the restored …

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Corvette Profiles – 1957 Corvette Production Racer

In the performance section of the National Corvette Museum, hundreds of thousands of visitors every year see examples of Corvette racing throughout the years. One of the earliest examples of Corvette racing, and one that is often overlooked due to how stock the racer looks cosmetically, is the 1957 #4 fuel injected Corvette. Upon first …

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