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"When we bought our first Corvette, we didn’t know it was the start of a new lifestyle." Boy, can some of us relate! Enjoy these stories of the enthusiasts – and the cars – who prove that Corvette is a lifestyle!

Everywhere we go, we meet someone with a Corvette story. Whether it is multiple generations of families holding true to the Corvette love, a Corvette Club, a group of friends, or the neighbor, co-worker or acquaintance who thinks Corvettes are really cool, the Corvette passion keeps growing. This collection of stories is told by the people who live the Corvette passion. From a love of America’s Sports Car that ignited with its introduction in 1953 to a labor of love Corvette rebuild that lasted 2 ½ years, these are your stories told from your perspective. Thanks for keeping the Corvette passion alive!
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  • WOW! What A Car!

    Ted Brooke

    In 1959, I was 16 years old and a sophomore at Tucker High School which, in that time, was a small, sleepy town near Atlanta. The school had some kind of parade event and one of my classmates prevailed on an older relative to participate with his sporty car. It was the first Corvette I’d ever seen, a white 1958 with silver coves and I vividly recall thinking “Wow, what a car!” So the love affair began.

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  • The Most Original 1963 Split Window in Existence

    Gene Beenenga

    Fifty-one years ago, after about one year after our wedding, my wife and I purchased an automatic 1963 Corvette off the show room floor for $4,875.

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  • My Love for Corvette

    Chris Ambrose

    My love for Corvettes started in 1960 with the TV show, Route 66. From there, I eagerly waited every year for the New AMT Corvette model to come out!

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  • Childhood Dreams

    Dean Carr

    When I was about 12 years old, I looked my mom in the eye and said "My first car will be a Corvette."

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  • A Corvette Couple

    Debbie Palmer

    My husband, Brian, and I live in Wentworth, Nova Scotia, Canada. Shortly after we were married in 1980, Brian showed me a Corvette. I probably had seen one before, but really did not remember.

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  • Dreams Come True

    Charles Thibaudeau

    One summer night in 1963, I lived out a teenage boy's fantasy. I spent the entire evening cruising Manhattan Beach, California in a brand new tuxedo black Stingray convertible.

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  • Corvette Racing, Circa 1960

    Chuck Klein

    At 50 +/- MPH, it had to appear that we were hurtling straight for the telephone pole...then at what must have seemed like the absolute last possible moment - as the tires chirped on the hard dirt in a full panic-stop - she was thrown forward, her knuckles white against the black chicken-bar

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  • My Very Own Corvette

    Michelle Hines

    When my husband and I got married, he had a C3 that was his "baby car." Being a little short, 5'2", the C3 was a little uncomfortable for me to drive.

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