The Seventh Annual America’s Corvette Show is now history. Held Saturday at the General Motors Technical Center in Warren, Michigan, it coincided with a celebration of the 1957 Chevrolet also being held on the grounds. As a result, CorvetteBlog was able to secure some great photography of many other classic Chevies, and even the Camaro Coupe and Camaro Convertible Concepts.
Hundreds of classic Vettes were joined by a nice selection of Corvette vendors and corn dog hawkers in the humid sunshine. A charity benefit silent auction, celebrity judging and autographs, and remarks from the likes of GM bigwigs like Gary Cowger, Troy Clarke, Ed Peper, and Tom Wallace made it a great day for Corvette enthusiasts.
Visit CorvetteBlog throughout the week as we report vendors we interviewed and show cars we saw.
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You have seen above the front ends of a bevy of beautiful 1957 Corvettes celebrating their 50th birthday; here they are from the other end.
Backed up to the reflecting pond, in front of the Vehicle Engineering Building, was this line of gorgeous Corvettes:
There were plenty of C1s and C2s:
and more C2s:
and more C2s and C3s: