by Teddy FieldCorvette Forum America’s Sports car was conceived at a time when jet planes and space travel held our collective imagination. So it seems natural that a car like the 1953 Corvette would sport lines seemingly inspired by the pages of Buck Rogers’ Space Accessory Catalog. Nearly 60 years later, America is still in […]

The National Corvette Museum celebrates America’s embrace of the Corvette as its ?Sports Car?. The museum is home to tons of amazing corvettes and informative exhibits. And it’s right across the street from the Corvette Factory in Bowling Green, Kentucky, so you can even go watch your Corvette being made. Every thing about the National […]

Content courtesy of Corvetteblog.com The National Corvette Museum (NCM) is creating a high-definition 3D documentary that examines the evolution of the Corvette, from its inception in 1953 to today. The film will also look into what it is about the Corvette that brings its lasting appeal as America’s Sports Car. NCM acts as the primary […]