The National Corvette Museum today put out a notice this afternoon that tours of the Bowling Green Assembly Plant will soon be ending. If you want to see the birthplace of new Corvettes by taking the factory tour, you’ll have until June 16th to do so.
According to the NCM, the plant will be closing for the 2018 model year change over and no details are yet available on when they will resume.
The National Corvette Museum and the NCM Motorsports Park will be open to the public during this time. To check on plant tour dates and to make your reservations, visit corvetteplanttours.com.
The Bowling Green Daily News reports that the shutdown is expected to occur sometime during the third and fourth quarters of 2017. The length of the shutdown is still unknown.
More on this summer’s plant closure can be found here.
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