Our Museum is a “living Museum” with displays that change periodically. No two visits to the Museum are ever the same, thanks to the generosity of Corvette enthusiasts and supporters worldwide.

Many of the Corvettes on display in our Museum are on loan from NCM members, many of whom are avid collectors.

If you are interested in offering your Corvette to the Museum to feature on display, we invite you to read through the following information that details the requirements. NCM exhibit/display loan papers can be obtained by clicking on the download link and returning them to Derek Moore, Director of Collections / Curator. If you have questions, contact Derek at [email protected] or by phone at 270-777-4516.

Lenders must be current members of the National Corvette Museum and are responsible for handling all shipping arrangements. The car must be in stock – correct appearance unless being submitted for a special display such as racing, modified etc. Loan periods are approximately one year, but the actual term of the loan can be negotiated.

If your car is chosen for display, you will receive a plaque of Certificate of Appreciation featuring your Corvette, along with a lapel pin. At the option of the owner, a decal can be placed on the Corvette before leaving the Museum to signify that it was part of the exhibit efforts of the National Corvette Museum.

Other helpful information:
Car Display Guidelines

If you are loaning your car to us we will need the following two forms filled out:
Loan Agreement*
Display Car Information Form or fill this one out online here!
*Kentucky Revised Statues referenced in Loan Agreement

KRS 171.830
KRS 171.833
KRS 171.836
KRS 171.840
KRS 171.843
KRS 171.846
KRS 171.849

Thank you again for your interest in exhibiting your car with us. Please fill out the online form below to apply to display your car. You may also download, fill out and mail in our paper application using this form:
Apply to Display Your Car

Automobile Exhibit Application

Automobile Exhibit Application

Display car owners must be members of the Museum.
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