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Introducing Inferno Orange on a 2011 Corvette

by Keith Cornett on April 30, 2010

Corvette Values: Introducing Inferno Orange on a 2011 Corvette
Stay tuned as well be bring the latest news from Bowling Green throughout the day. This morning at the National Corvette Museum’s C5/C6 Bash, GM rolled out a 2011 Corvette Grand Sport with the new Inferno Orange metallic exterior. Initially GM indicated that the new color would be featured on the 2011 Corvette Z06 Carbon Edition, but it appears that the two new colors, Inferno Orange and Supersonic Blue will be available in all models.

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Corvette Museum's C5/C6 Bash Dash Plaque Offers Glimpse of a Special 2011 Corvette

Check out the design for this year’s dash plaque and name tag which was passed out to all attendees here at the Corvette Museum’s C5/C6 Bash. Notice anything interesting?

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Heading to the National Corvette Museum’s C5/C6 Bash

by Keith Cornett on April 29, 2010

Heading to the National Corvette Museum's C5/C6 Bash

This morning we are traveling to the National Corvette Museum’s C5/C6 Bash in Bowling Green. This year’s agenda which includes the 2011 model year introduction on Friday, will also feature legendary racing icon John Fitch who will be reunited with the 24 Hours of Le Mans class-winning Briggs Cunningham 1960 Corvette racer.

If you want to join us this weekend action, stay tuned here on CorvetteBlogger.com or make sure you check out our Twitter feed which is also viewable at the bottom of this page.

 

Corvette Find of the Day: 1999 Callaway C12 Speedster

Tom Wallace knows Corvettes. As a former Vehicle Line Executive for General Motors and Corvette Chief Engineer, he was at the wheel when the ZR1 Corvette was born, giving the world a 638 horsepower, 200+ mph, American-made super-car. Today, he’s working on a new chapter of motorsports history and teaming up with the National Corvette Museum to promote and develop a 400-acre Motorsports Park.

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Corvette Named Kentucky’s Official Sports Car

by Keith Cornett on April 16, 2010

Corvette Named Kentucky's Official Sports Car

After months of political wrangling, The Kentucky Senate voted 100-0 to name the Corvette the State’s official sports car. The House had already passed the measure and the bill is now off to the desk the Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear to be signed into law.

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National Corvette Museum Unveils One-of-a-Kind Driving Simulator

Visitors to the National Corvette Museum can participate in a new, first-in-the-nation, driving simulator that is open to the general public who visit the museum. Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear joined NCM’s Executive Director Wendell Strode, GM Bowling Green Assembly Plant Manager Bob Parcell and a who’s who of Bowling Green dignitaries to have the official ribbon cutting for the driving simulator.

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First Corvette to Win at Le Mans to be Displayed at the C5/C6 Bash

The 1960 Cunningham Corvette was the first Corvette to win at Le Mans. The story of the skillful restoration of this classic Corvette will be told to fans attending the C5/C6 Bash at the National Corvette Museum on May 1. Lance Miller, son of “Corvettes at Carlisle” founder Chip Miller, plans to bring the Corvette to Bowling Green along with one of its drivers, John Fitch.

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Grand Sport Corvette Is a Hit Says Plant Manager; NCM Raffles Meet Demand

How well are sales going for the new 2010 Corvette Grand Sport? “Over half of the coupes and three-quarters of the Convertibles are being ordered as Grand Sports” said Harlan Charles, Corvette Product Marketing Manager for GM. National Corvette Museum Board Member and Corvette Assembly Plant Manager Bob Parcell said the Grand Sport has become the “most popular model of Corvette and overall Corvette sales are up this year.” As a result the Grand Sport will be featured by the National Corvette Museum as their fund raising raffles says Museum Executive Director Wendell Strode. “We thought we’d follow the trend and offer more of what customers are wanting.”

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[VIDEO] Corvette Tour Delivery Options

by Keith Cornett on March 8, 2010

Thousands of people each year come to the Chevrolet Corvette Plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky & the nearby Corvette National Museum to get an inside look at the great American sports car.

Corvette owners can actually watch their vehicle in the process of being built and document its progress as it moves along the line. In many cases, the new owner can actually be the very first person to start it up!

Corvettes = Pride. From the company to the assembly workers to the owners taking delivery. This is where quality starts.


Source:
Chevrolet’s YouTube Channel

Related:
[VIDEO] Corvette Racing Launches 2010 Season Video Series
[VIDEO] Corvette Engine Building Video Shows Owner/Builder Interaction

 


Retired 4-Star US Army General Richard Cody, former commander of the 101st Airborne and Army Vice Chief of Staff, recently toured the Bowling Green Assembly Plant where the Corvette is assembled. Cody was in town to pick up his new 2010 Grand Sport Convertible and took delivery of the Torch Red sports car at the National Corvette Museum across the street. The visit allowed the General to meet and greet the people responsible for building the new Corvette, many of whom are veterans themselves.


Related: NASCAR’s Hendricks Team Perk: Corvette ZR1s for Everyone!

 

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