[GALLERY] Midyear Monday! NCRS Winter Regional Edition (41 Corvette photos)

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[GALLERY] Midyear Monday! NCRS Winter Regional Edition (41 Corvette photos)


Happy Monday, Corvette fans!

I took the day off Friday to drive my 1966 Corvette from Tampa to Lakeland for the annual NCRS Winter Regional which was held this year at Lakeland’s Sun ‘N Fun in conjunction with Carlisle Event’s Winter AutoFest.

Between the Corvette Corral, NCRS Judging and a live auction, there was plenty of C2 Corvettes in attendance and we tried to capture them all for this week’s edition of our Midyear Monday image gallery.

This week’s gallery features 41 photos including a couple of a certain blogger’s Black and Silver Sting Ray! The show offered a nice mix of original classics and restomods and about the only thing that could have made it better would have been a couple of moss-covered barn finds on display. Sadly, no barn finds at this show, but that’s okay as I got a photo of my car parked next to an airplane!

Want to see your Midyear Corvette on Midyear Monday? Send us some of your photos for a future gallery. You can send them directly to me at [email protected] and we’ll add it to our archives.

Got a favorite this week? Let us know in the comments section below or hit us up on Twitter and Facebook.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Love the Goodwood 67 small block. It got Top Flight. Didn’t think anybody cared about 300hp cars anymore!

  2. I remember the C2 Corvettes back when they were new.
    I had a 1964 (the worst year), a fuelie 1965, a 427/425 1966 and a 1967 and a 427 1969.
    Generally speaking, the Vettes drove like trucks, had poor handling, excessive squat, too much lean in turns, poor vibration control, and miserable build quality.

    I now drive a 2018 Z06 which is a wonderful car. If you want to experience what a real Corvette can do, buy yourself a C7 Corvette and just get lots of photographs of C2 Corvettes to satisfy your nostaglia for a car that was all myth and no substance.

  3. Well Danny- agree to all the short-comings that you describe about C2`s, BUT- you really are missing the point [ inmho, only!] and that is that when I drive my `67 427 3×2`s with sidepipes – it is all about the EXPERIENCE! I may let her “out” a bit and open up the 3 Deuces but as fast as a new Vette?!? NO WAY ! Latest Vette I drove was a `19 ZR1. Fast ?? Well – maybe TOO fast for the “street”! I do NOT have to go “warp speed” to enjoy the `67 ! And sorry- Larry Shinoda made her lines a Classic Beauty ! Can you say the same about the C7 Coupes?? Sinc., Wade

  4. @Danny Wineland. You are missing the point. We own and drive the C2’s fully aware of their modern shortcomings but to recapture that thrill of youth with our first sports car. I own a ‘66 L79 in Sunfire Yellow the identical car (except for the VIN) I had in college. It is a trip down memory lane each time I get behind the wheel. It is beautiful. Constant thumbs up from passing drivers. The I get into my 2014 C7 and it’s power, handling and sheer supercar confidence blows me away. But it will never be the same feeling as in the C2. Nor I suspect will the upcoming C8.

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