The National Corvette Museum no longer has a massive sinkhole. Continue Reading...
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The National Corvette Museum will begin filling the massive sinkhole starting next month. Continue Reading...
The National Chevy Corvette Museum has decided to keep part of its car-eating sinkhole intact, as it has proven to be a popular attraction among visitors. Continue Reading...
GM and the National Corvette Museum will meet next month to discuss which of eight Corvettes that were damaged in a sinkhole should be repaired. Continue Reading...
There aren’t any more cars sitting in the massive sinkhole that opened beneath the National Corvette Museum earlier this year. Continue Reading...
Eight rare cars were damaged when a sinkhole opened up underneath the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, KY recently, and the museum plans to display the wrecked cars, damage and all. Continue Reading...
The National Corvette Museum’s Motorsports Park, also known as the Corvette Track, will break ground on Friday, June 28 in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Continue Reading...
“We’re so thrilled with the support for the project,” declared Strode. “In a tough economy it means a lot to have so many supporters step up to the plate.” Continue Reading...
Hardcore ‘Vette enthusiasts, will probably recognize the car as the same one driven by Ron Fellows at the ‘Legends of Le Mans’ event at Laguna Seca last year. Continue Reading...
The very first 2011 Corvette to roll off the assembly line is a Z06 model built to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Corvette’s first Le Mans class win. With styling similar to that 1960 Briggs Cunningham Corvette, it gets Arctic White paint and blue racing stripes, as well as a big #3 on the door…. Continue Reading...
To celebrate its 15th anniversary the National Corvette Museum (NCM) is holding a raffle for a new 2010 Corvette Grand Sport. Tickets aren’t cheap at $150 a pop, but with just 2,009 tickets being sold the odds of winning are pretty good. The NCM Corvette Grand Sport Coupe was custom designed by the folks at… Continue Reading...