‘Corvettes at Carlisle’ Cruises into Pennsylvania Friday-Sunday

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2011 Corvettes At Carlisle

Always one of the mammoth Corvette events in the United States, Corvettes at Carlisle opens Friday with an estimated 5000 Corvettes, hundreds of vendors, and tons of activities, designed to please one and all!  And this year, the weather should be perfect!!!!

Some of the special features at this year's edition of Corvettes at Carlisle are:

Celebration of the 1963 Corvette, also known as the first of the second generation of the Corvette, a.k.a. the first Midyear Corvette.

A unique opportunity to obtain autographs from many of your favorite Corvette celebrities, including Lance Miller, Randy Leffingwell, Reeves Callaway, Harlan Charles, Kirk Bennion, Tadge Juechter, Dave Tatman, and many more.  This is offered on Friday 12:30-1:30 and Saturday at 10:30.

Also on Saturday, at 3PM, Reeves Callaway, the man behind Callaway Cars, will be meeting and greeting his fans at the Callaway tent in the Manufacturer's Midway.

This year's event also offers three giveaways, including a low mileage 1998 Corvette Coupe.  Prize winners will be announced on Sunday afternoon.

Be sure to click this link to Corvettes at Carlisle for all the exciting information.  If you want to find us, please stop by the Callaway Cars booth, and ask for Bill.

2011 Corvettes At Carlisle Engineer Tent
GM Engineer Tent in 2011
large corvette parade
Corvette Parade to Downtown
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  1. sil carioti says:

    I have Corvette News going back to the late 50s, along with other Chevy literature. Boca Raton FL. All in new condition. silcar38@msn.com

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