Corvettes at Canterbury Show

The Corvettes at Canterbury Show was a pleasant way to spend the first Saturday of summer.

The venue, Olde World Canterbury Village near Lake Orion, Michigan, was a beautiful setting.  The shops there are in the various buildings of the historic farm of William E. Scripps, publisher of the Detroit Evening News in the early 1900′s.

The Corvettes were parked around the various buildings, so a stroll to all the sites took me by all of the cars.  A nice collection of perhaps two hundred vehicles were present for review.  Owners were chatty, and, not surprisingly, we made some new friends for the Corvette Blog.

I trust the GMC Corvette Set club raised a good amount for Leaders Dogs for the Blind with their auction and other activities!




The GMC Corvette Set describe themselves on their website as: "a group of Corvette owners and enthusiasts with varying interests in restoring, showing, and promoting Corvettes.  Our membership is both social and show oriented, with activities including dinner cruises, picnics, car shows, and road tours.  These activities bring our members and (other) Corvette enthusiasts together with a common interest of having fun and driving Corvettes.


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