Custom-Built Corvette & Eldorado ‘El Vette’ Donated

While growing up I came to know there was nothing my dad could not fix.  At some point, I noticed my dad, John Jacobi (sometimes known as JJ) strived to do things differently than most.  For instance, he wouldn’t buy something if he knew he could make it.  Sometimes this was just plain embarrassing to …

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Corvette Hall of Fame Inductee Jim Perkins Passes

We are sad to report that the Corvette world lost one of its greatest champions and friends with the passing of Jim Perkins. Jim was an instantly likable person, who could relate to anyone, no matter where they were on the social ladder. With a down-to-earth way of looking at things, he had an innate …

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Museum Gateway, Admissions Area To Be Remodeled

The National Corvette Museum will have a fresh, welcoming face by the spring of 2019. A remodel of the admissions and ‘Gateway’ areas is slated to begin on January 2, 2019 with a goal of completion by the end of March. During construction, a special walkway will be available, routing guests safely through the construction …

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1982 “Silver Shark” Corvette Donated

When Alisa Alvarez became interested in Corvettes and their history, she first researched the years before deciding which she wanted to own. “I like the C3 the best, and then decided I liked the 1982 the best out of the generation. So that was the first Corvette I ever purchased.” Turns out, the car was …

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Kaye Wagner Joins NCM Board

“Yes, this really is my car.” It’s a sentence Kaye Wagner finds herself repeating at various car shows and events when she rolls up in her 2015 Laguna Blue Convertible Z06. And a sentence that people she encounters are not only surprised by, but very supportive of. When Kaye jumped into the Corvette hobby, she …

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