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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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  • A Friend for Life

    Ken Jelley

    I've had the same Corvette for nearly 49 years. It went with me during my USAF service years; it took me on my honeymoon; it brought a daughter home from the hospital when she was born; and it participated in drag racing, auto crossing, and Nelson Ledges Road Course time trials with the Cleveland Corvette Club.

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  • My German Corvette Story

    Klaus Vossberg

    A 10-year-old Klaus Vossberg from Germany saw his first Corvette - a C3 - on television. He was hooked. It would take several years before he owned his dream car, but his interest never waned. There's no denying that the Corvette passion knows no boundaries.

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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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  • The Original Corvette and I were born in the same year 1953

    Larry McNeely

    Half a million miles when I bought, half a million miles to go

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  • Recreating a Childhood Moment

    Larry Baker

    I was 12 years old in 1954 when a favorite neighbor came over to take me for a ride in his brand new Polo White 1954 Corvette. I dreamed about Corvettes for years after that.

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  • In Love With Corvettes

    Lyn Adams

    I’m a woman whose father was a little extreme. I think he must have wanted a boy, because I got to do all the things typically reserved for boys. I love to win. I love speed and taking chances to win.

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  • Crushed Dream Revived!

    Lynn Washington

    Ready to throw in the towel, but then...

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