Tuesday, April 28, 2009

The National Corvette Restorers Society (NCRS)

The NCRS is dedicated to the restoration of the Corvette. There are chapters throughout the US, and the Carolina Chapter host this year's judging event at Lowes Motor Speedway.

There were a lot of generations of Corvettes ranging from C1's to C6's. The generations produced are reffered to as C1 (the first) to C6 (the current), which is the evolution of the Corvette body style. The co-culture of the Corvette owners is unique from any other classic car owner. However, the passion for the hobby remains the same among all enthusiasts.

I had a great conversation with a gentleman name Don. Don owns a '61 Corvette he found in a Chicago basement. It took 3.5 years to restore the vehicle, and this vehicle is truly his "baby." Don explained the differences in the body style from the '58 to '62 Corvette. I will not forget his time he gave me, and he will not forget I'm with Hagerty Insurance. Sharing the passion for the hobby!

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