Sure, it rained off and on, but there was much to be excited about Saturday at the Bob McDorman 34th Annual Corvette and Classic Chevy Show in Canal Winchester, Ohio. I was welcomed by an immense, "scary", Shark inflatable, but after that, it was all fun!
The dealership boasts of over two hundred Corvettes on the premises, including a few dozen new ones, but also including many extremely rare Corvettes with a history. Later in the week, I’ll show you the pictures I took of Corvettes of famous people.
Included in the weekend’s events were a Mecum Auction, six barns of collectibles automobiles, pedal cars, neon signs, and Briggs and Stratton powered mini-cars. Vendors of Corvette related "stuff" set up in the service bays and on the lot, and everything from fried Walleye sandwiches to elephant ears were available for lunch. Also available was musical entertainment, a cruise-in, and concours judging.
The local Corvette club involved was Capital City Corvette Club.
This view is of the major portion of the paved lot, showing primarily Corvettes belonging to attendees of the event:
This view shows one of the barns that are filled with Corvette treasures: