Article contributed by Steve Burns
It was a busy Father’s Day weekend here at CorvetteBlogger.com. We kicked off back to back car shows first by participating in the Canterbury Vette Fest held in Lake Orion, MI. This was the 7th annual event at this location hosted by the GMC Corvette Set club. Mother Nature and roughly 100 Corvettes made for a fantastic day on the grounds of Olde World Canterbury Village. Corvettes from all generations were sprinkled about the scenic streets, sidewalks, and green grass of the village. The event was free to spectators and raised over $3,000 dollars for the Leader Dogs for Blind. Check out some pics from the event after the jump.
In addition to a special interest awards, trophies were awarded to the top 3 spots in each of the 14 classes. Congrats to all the trophy winners (including your author who took 2nd in the 60-72 stock class – bragging, I know!) and to the GMC Corvette Set for putting together a great show! Now enjoy some pics from the show below.
[PICS] Corvettes at Tampa Bay’s Cars and Coffee
[PICS] Corvettes at the NCRS Regional Show in Wildwood NJ
Picture Gallery: Friday at the C5/C6 Corvette Bash
[PICS] Highlights from the NCRS Winter Regional in Kissimmee