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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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  • The no. 8 Corvette is the Best Of All

    Chip Howard

    In my early twenties, I bought a 1969 convertible 4 speed 350 horsepower with 2 tops. It did not last long with teenager behind wheel, and soon after I purchased 1975 Monte Carlo.

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  • My First Corvette and Wow!

    Ed Fichter

    I have always been a muscle car enthusiast. I was driving home one day from work and I spotted this 1996 Corvette Collectors Edition out of the corner of my eye.

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  • My Dream at 16

    Thomas Dugger

    When I was 16, I drove a 1964 Rambler and my friend had a 1963 Split Window Corvette.

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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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  • 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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  • My Daughter Waits Patiently

    Don Webb

    My love for Corvettes started when my father was a General Manager at a Chevrolet Dealership in Tennessee. I was 11 years old. We had two brand new 1960 Corvettes hidden in our basement garages before they were ready for the new car reveal. I was home alone and noticed the keys were in the cars.

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  • 1962 Corvette

    Bob Franasiak

    In February of 1966, my parents rented our upper flat to newlyweds. They wanted to rent the spare garage for a "special" car.

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  • Our American Idle II / 1991 Corvette Roadster

    Karl Engel

    My wife Eileen and I have always admired the design of the fourth generation Corvette. Our last C4 was Arctic White 1994 LT1, which was lost to the East Coast super storm "Sandy." One day, my wife and I spotted our American Idle II - a bright red C4 convertible with red and black interior.

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