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  • My Corvette Passion Started At An Early Age

    Joe Mascolo

    I have loved Corvettes ever since I was three! It all started with a 1961 Corvette that my Uncle Norm bought used in the later part of 1962. He used to take me for rides in the Corvette. I will never forget those rides and I have loved Corvettes ever since!

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  • Corvette Love

    Kraig Staples

    I started loving Corvettes as the child of a GM executive living in the Detroit area in the mid-60s.

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  • 1964 Silver/Blue

    Gene Gottschalk

    My Corvette Story goes back a long way. The start was back in high school when I first got my drivers license. In 1963, I was sixteen and my 13 year older brother bought a brand new Silver/Blue Split Window Coupe. I started driving my parents 1962 Chevrolet Impala convertible, but when my brother showed up for Christmas dinner with the Corvette I was hooked.

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • She'd be Happy to See Me with My "Little Sting Ray"

    Michael Dart

    Finding treasure after tragedy.

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