Tag: National Corvette Museum

Flint Factory Bricks Offer a Unique Piece of Corvette History

The National Corvette Museum is selling bricks from a Flint, MI factory in which the first 300 Corvettes were handbuilt back in 1953.

  Comments | By - February 17, 2015

First Sinkhole Casualty Returns to Corvette Museum

Yesterday marked the one-year anniversary of the day the world opened up and swallowed eight museum-quality ‘Vettes. Today, the National Corvette Museum welcomed back the first vehicle pulled from the sinkhole, a fully restored 2009 ZR-1 Blue Devil.

  Comments | By - February 13, 2015

Video: Corvette Museum Sinkhole Update

The sound of machinery clacking in this video is proof that restoring the Skydome at the National Corvette Museum is really underway. And if you sense a bit of sarcasm in my “really” comment, you should because so many of the plans surrounding the museum have been up in the air until recently.

  Comments | By - February 5, 2015

Corvette Museum Sinkhole Starts the Filling Process

Corvette Museum executive director, Wendell Strode, officially started filling in the Corvette-munching sinkhole by throwing the first rock into the abyss on Monday.

  Comments | By - December 30, 2014

National Corvette Museum Honors Our Military

The National Corvette Museum wrapped up November with a month of tributes honoring our military members, and that’s something we can all be thankful for.

  Comments | By - December 3, 2014

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