On our way from the Detroit metro area to Corvettes at Carlisle today, I'm happy to say that we saw a lot of Corvettes! And, the wave has been saved. At one rest stop, we saw the Capital City Corvette Club with their bevy of beautiful rides, and later we chased a Corvette Grand Sport down Pennsylvania Route 30 for dozens of miles in our stealthy black 2001 convertible.
Before we hit the twisty, country roads of Pennsylvania, though, we were glad we stopped in Sheffield, Ohio for a lunch stop at Quaker Steak and Lube. You might inquire as to why this is pertinent to the Corvette enthusiast. Please do, because this restaurant is a Corvette lover's lunchtime or dinnertime dream!
On the walls of the entire restaurant were automotive parts, racing items, and memorabilia. One large area is devoted to all things Corvette, with the rear end of a C5 mounted against the wall, an entire C3 mounted on another wall, and even a C6 up on a garage lube rack (under which patrons may sit).
By the way, the wings and sandwiches were pretty good, too, but I'm no food reviewer. Restaurants by this name are all over the Midwest, though I'm sorry to say, none are in Michigan. Additional photos past the break.