GM released sales figures for the month of April this morning, and Corvette sales continued on a downward trend for last month. A total of 2,756 Corvettes were delivered last month as compared to 3,142 Corvettes delivered the same time last year. That’s a difference of 386 sold units, or a 12.3% decline. A total […]
From the National Corvette Museum: February 9, 2017 1962 Corvette is the last of three to be restored, visitors can watch on-going work Three years ago, on February 12, 2014, viewers tuning in to their morning news witnessed and heard an almost unbelievable story – a sinkhole had opened inside the National Corvette Museum in […]
2017 Corvette Hall of Fame Inductees Announced December 15, 2016 The National Corvette Museum has announced the following inductees to be recognized as part of the 20th Annual Corvette Hall of Fame Ceremony in 2017: Peter Brock in the category of Enthusiast; Jim Minneker in the category of GM/Chevrolet; and Tommy Morrison in the category […]
Here’s a story that gives new meaning to the term “drive it like you stole it!” According to WLKY TV out of Louisville, Kentucky, A stolen C4 Corvette was used to ram the front bar security gates of a gun store on Fern Valley Road in Lousiville early Wednesday morning. Lousiville Metro Police said after […]
According to the Bowling Green Daily News, the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority has given preliminary approval Thursday to $3 million in incentives that would allow General Motors to add 270 jobs to the Corvette Assembly Plant. The proposed project is expected to cost $153.9 million and would add “new technologies and processes to meet […]
The National Corvette Museum, a 501 (c)(3) educational nonprofit, has assumed the responsibility of managing public tours of the General Motors Bowling Green Corvette Assembly Plant and the transition will take place over the next few weeks. As part of the change, tours will be available every 15 minutes beginning at 8:30am CT with the […]
GM plant solar array can generate 1.2M KWH by CHARLES A. MASON Bowling Green Daily News While annually the General Motors Bowling Green Assembly Plant pours at least $88.4 million into the region’s economy in paid wages, its ability to harness the sun in the future might be more impressive in some circles. A ribbon-cutting […]
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO)-- As the sun was coming up in Bowling Green Monday morning, so was the first steel beam for what will eventually become a state-of-the-art paint shop at the Corvette plant.