National Corvette Museum

CHEVROLET’S RESPONSE TO VIPER IS A ZR-1 SS PROTOTYPE

Former GM Heritage Center Corvette Donated to Museum In the late 80s, Chevrolet was not-so-secretly developing what some dubbed a ‘Super Vette.’ But at the 1989 New York Auto Show, it was the debut of the Dodge Viper RT/10, complete… Read More ›

Cemented in history: Entombed 1954 Corvette joins museum’s collection – Larry Edsall @Classiccars.com

In 1954, Richard Sampson, a successful business owner in Brunswick, Maine, bought a new Chevrolet Corvette. Cemented in history: Entombed 1954 Corvette “After driving it for four years, he wanted to park it somewhere safe,” reports the National Corvette Museum in Bowling… Read More ›

Through the generosity of donors, the National Corvette Museum hopes to grow its collection – Kurt Ernst @Hemmings

Article from Kurt Ernst on the National Corvette Museum efforts to fill the gaps in their collection through the generosity of donors, and it’s not just Corvettes they are seeking! The Ford Thunderbird an early competitor is part of the… Read More ›

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