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[VIDEO] Behind the Scenes of the Corvette Recovery Operation at the National Corvette Museum

During the recovery efforts this week at the National Corvette Museum, GM sent down a film crew to document the excavation of the first three Corvettes from Sky Dome sinkhole. Here is their video featuring our NCM friends Wendell Strode, Adam Boca and Chevy Communications guru Monte Doran.

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[PIC] Throwback Thursday: Early Corvette Sales Lot

by Keith Cornett on March 6, 2014

[PIC] Throwback Thursday: Early Corvette Sales Lot

It’s time for Throwback Thursday where we feature vintage photos of Corvettes. Today’s vintage picture features a parking lot full of early Corvettes while a bowtie wearing salesman waits for his next customer.

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[VIDEO] Watch the Rescue of the 1984 Corvette PPG Pace Car from the Corvette Museum Sinkhole

Construction workers surprised us yesterday by going after two more Corvettes. In addition to the 1992 1 Millionth Corvette that was pulled from the sinkhole inside the National Corvette Museum’s Sky Dome, workers also were able to snag the 1984 PPG Corvette Pace Car (or at least most of it).

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[VIDEO] 4×4 C3 Corvette Dares to be Different

by Steve Burns on March 6, 2014

[VIDEO] 4x4 C3 Corvette Dares to be Different

The lifted 4 x 4 Corvette: It’s the perfect antithesis to everything America’s sports car has represented since 1953. They’re existence twists your mind like an episode of ABC’s Lost or the first time you heard Mike Tyson talk. We hadn’t seen one of these brutes turn up online for a while until this yellow C3 showed up at Crusin’ the Coast on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.

Chevrolet built 46,558 Corvettes for the 1976 model year. Of those, 3,389 were painted Bright Yellow. 0 were 4 wheel drive.

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The sinkhole and the subsequent recovery of five of the eight fallen Corvettes is major news and now that the Corvettes are coming out of the ground, national media has been quick to pick up the story.

Here’s the National Corvette Museum appearing on the NBC Evening News.

 

[VIDEO] Corvette Museum Rescues the 1992 One Millionth Corvette from Sinkhole

Work continued today on the sinkhole inside the National Corvette Museum after three of the eight Corvettes were rescuing earlier this week. Although the next recoveries were not expected to happen for a few weeks while the crew reinforces the Sky Dome Spire, the opportunity arose today to grab not one but two more Corvettes, the 1992 1 Millionth Corvette and the 1984 PPG Pace Car.

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Rare Corvette ZR1 Heads to the Block at Mecum's Houston Event

A ZR1 coupe, one of the rarest Corvettes ever produced, will cross the block in Houston at Mecum’s three day auction April 10th through 12th. The 1972 Corvette ZR1 is one of only twenty produced and one of less than ten actual numbers matching production cars known to exist.

The Elkhart Green with saddle interior award winner is fully documented and has two tank stickers and is part of the Bloomington Gold Special Collection. With only 16,300 miles the car has the matching numbers LT1 engine, M22 “Rock Crusher” 4-speed transmission, J56 and F41 heavy duty brakes and suspension. It will cross the block on Friday, April 11, at Houston’s Reliant Center.

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Corvette Museum's Motorsports Park Announces New Hire and Shows off Building Renders

With the opening of the National Corvette Museum’s Motorsports Park just six months away, the team that will be responsible for running the park continues to grow.

This week, the Museum announced that Matt Busby has been hired as Track Operations Manager.

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1962 Corvette Roadster Pulled from the Corvette Museum Sinkhole

The workers at the National Corvette Museum were back it today and they successfully raised the third Corvette in two days from the massive 40 foot diameter sinkhole which swallowed eight Corvettes last month.

Today’s get was the 1962 Black Corvette roadster, one of two Corvettes donated by members to the Museum.

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