The National Corvette Museum opens its 2016 exhibition schedule with American Muscle, featuring hot rods and street rods, running from January 15 to March 25, 2016.
The National Corvette Museum opens its 2016 exhibition schedule with American Muscle, featuring hot rods and street rods, running from January 15 to March 25, 2016. On display will be a 1932 Black Coupe, 1934 Ford Coupe, 1934 Ford High Boy Coupe, and 1941 Willis.
Later in the year, June 10 to October 14, the museum offers Indy Cars, an exhibit showcasing cars driven in the Indy Racing league, followed by Gone but not forgotten, October 21-January 6, featuring General Motors vehicles which had limited runs and are no longer manufactured.
According to Katie Frassinelli, the museum’s marketing and communications manager, Tthe exhibit will have mostly Indy cars with a connection to Chevrolet as well as an illustrated timeline typing Chevy to Indy events thru the years that would serve to celebrate VIPs, such as the Chevrolet brothers, Mauri Rose, Roger Penske, Jim Perkins, etc. 2016 Corvette Hall of Fame inductee Ralph Kramer is leading the charge to put this together.”
Special exhibits in 2016 also include Corvette Cave-in: The Skydome Sinkhole Experience, which opens in late January as a semi-permanent exhibit to show the story of the sinkhole that engulfed eight Corvettes on February 12, 2014.
Guests to the museum will be able to see an array of anniversary Corvettes and special edition Corvettes in the Anniversary and Special Edition Corvettes exhibit, the opening date is to be announced. Cars in the display will include a 1978 Silver 25th Anniversary Corvette, 1993 40th Anniversary Corvette, 2003 50th Anniversary Corvette, 2013 60th anniversary Corvette and 2012 Chevrolet Centennial Edition.