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Corvettes at Carlisle Show This Weekend

by Keith Cornett on August 25, 2006

One of the largest gatherings of Corvettes in the US takes place this weekend at the Corvettes at Carlisle show in Carlisle, PA. The three day show at the 82 acre fairgrounds in Carlisle brings together more than 5,000 Corvettes, including over 2,500 Corvettes in the show field alone. The show was founded by the late Chip Miller, a Corvette Hall of Famer, 25 years ago. At noon, Corvette owners will rev their Corvettes for 20 seconds, followed by a moment of silence in tribute of Chip. Highlights of the show will include a gathering of the 1996 Grand Sport Corvettes, celebrating their 10th year reunion, a 50th reunion for 1956 Corvettes and a special area designated to Z06 Corvettes. Tom Wallace and his team of Corvette engineers will be on hand. This is Tom’s first visit to Carlisle. Thousands of Corvettes also participate in the parade that leaves from the fairgrounds and makes it way through downtown Carlisle. If you are anywhere near Pennsylvania and the surrounding area, this Corvette show is a must. Admission is $12 for adults and parking for Corvettes is $10. CorvetteBlogger.com will bring you the results from the Mecum Auction when they are available. Source: Corvettes at Carlisle
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