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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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  • 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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  • Hang on to Your Dreams

    Marc Anderson

    I bought my first dream car in December of 1970 (’71 450/454 steel city gray) while I was a pilot in the Air Force. While the car didn’t go quite as fast as my jet (and believe me I tried) the cockpit sure made it feel as though it could.

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  • Horse power to HORSEPOWER

    Bobby Anderson

    Adventurous couple goes from horse-back to horsepower!

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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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  • Down the Slippery Slope

    Andrew & Beverley Bairstow

    I always liked C3 Corvettes, so when early retirement became viable in 2014, my wife Bev and I decided to take the plunge and buy our first Corvette.

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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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  • 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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