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  • Corvette Dreams!

    Ron Sookdeo

    My story begins in the early 1980s with my love for muscle cars. My late brother, Francis, always had a fast car when I was a kid, and he always wanted a Corvette.

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  • Corvette Heaven

    Ron Euliano

    Hi my name is Ron and I have owned my 1967 Corvette roadster since 1973. In 1974, I won first place in the New York Coliseum auto show with a sign that read (Ron's pride and joy driven in the streets of Brooklyn rain or shine) which I still have.

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  • A Lasting Corvette Experience

    Russell Shepard

    I gained experience with Corvettes long before I ever owned one. As a young man growing up, I wanted to be a painter and got the opportunity to recondition and paint a couple of Corvettes: a 1966 Convertible and a 1968 Coupe.

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  • My Original Corvette

    Salvatore Gurriero

    I have been offered good money for my Corvette, but I’ll never sell it. It’s part of me; I put the first mile on it and all the rest.

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  • Reunited with My Father's Corvette

    Scott Bachmann

    My dad bought his 1973 orange convertible Corvette in 1975. He passed away working on the car in 1977. Shortly after, my mom sold the car. I always wondered what happened to it.

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  • Family Car

    Sean White

    I own a 1979 Corvette with a unique original Light Blue color. My Dad bought it new at Woodard Chevrolet when I was 11 years old. I rode home from the dealer under the glass dome.

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  • Finally Got My Dream 1996 Grand Sport

    Stephen Savic

    I owned the 96 CE for a long time, all the while still coveting the 96 Grand Sport.

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  • A Dream That Started in 1953

    Steve Barusso

    At the young age of sixteen, I was introduced to the 1953 Corvette at the Auto Rama show in Boston. The Corvette caught my eye as it was on the turn style going around for 360 degree viewing. I said to my friend, "That is what I want some day." I could not keep my eye of it for the rest of that show.

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