Greetings and happy Monday, Corvette Nation!
Last weekend had us attending our first major Corvette show in nearly two years and it was a great feeling to be back amongst our friends and their beautiful Corvettes once again!
Corvettes at Carlisle provides us with an opportunity to see a ton of cars from every generation but you know how much we love those C2s so we are able to offer you this great gallery of pics featuring the 1963-1967 Corvettes known as the Midyears!
Believe us when we say that everything is on display at the show and it’s somewhat wild to see a few driving around together on the streets outside the show. Our favorite Corvettes can be spied all across the 18-acre fairgrounds with the largest concentration found in the ’63-67 Stingray Registry.’
The cars of course are great, but its the people we see every year that make coming to a show like Carlisle so much fun. You’ll see in the photos that several owners were trying to help our friend Bill and his 1964 Black/Silver Coupe with a distributor issue after his car died on the way to the show. Hope you made it home okay, Bill!
Some of the Corvette photos presented here are a little darker than they should be as I didn’t catch that my camera’s settings were a little off until being able to review them on a computer. That happens when you don’t touch a DSLR in a little over a year…
Here are some of our favorites and if we captured your Corvette, let us know in the comment section below.
Photos by Steve Burns and Keith Cornett