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  • Black Convertible Corvette Raffle Ticket

    John Biggio

    In 2011, I mailed in a picture of my black Corvette Convertible to the National Corvette Museum. At that time they were doing a month by month contest featuring the best corvette photo of that month. My Corvette was selected as the best photo of the month and they even put it on raffle tickets.

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  • Long Term Love Affair

    Robert Bleckinger

    Owning a Corvette is definitely choosing a lifestyle, and that lifestyle is bound to include adventures.

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  • Graduated from Working Underneath Corvettes to Owning One!

    Mark Bockwich

    April 1, 1998. This was the first day of my employment at Corsa Performance. The day it all began.

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  • A Dream Come True

    Michael Borowiak

    I have been a car enthusiast for as long as I can remember! As a child, I could name any make and model of car that I saw. My five-year-old self vowed that, "One day I will own a REAL red Corvette!"

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  • It's Never Over (Let Alone Forgotten)

    David Bowman

    I purchased my 1971 coupe in the summer of 1974. It was one of three on Clark Williams' car lot.

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  • Every Day & Every Mile Is A Memory

    Max Brockhouse

    It all started by chance for me in the late 1970s. I enjoy working on old cars and was in need of a new project. My brother got word of a 1967 project located about 26 miles away. After returning,he told me, “It’s not what I what told it was, but I found what you’re looking for. It’s a 1958 basket case.”

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  • WOW! What A Car!

    Ted Brooke

    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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  • Transformations

    Wes Burch

    Growing up I was a gearhead, but I always had ‘muscle cars’ like Novas, Camaros and a Monte Carlo. Based on no evidence, I thought Corvette people were somewhat aloof.

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