General Motors announced Wednesday it would restore the one millionth Corvette ever produced to its former glory.
After seven years of work, the National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park has opened, and it's 3.15 miles of roller-coaster blacktop.
The recovery of eight classic cars swallowed by a huge sinkhole has begun at the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky.
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The pride and joy of Bowling Green, Kentucky, is about to get a lot bigger.
If you want a tour of the Corvette assembly plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky, or if you want to pick up your brand-new car there, you have until September 14 to make it happen. After that, according to a report in The Detroit News, the factory will close to retool for production of the next-generation Corvette, the C7. No timeline has been given for how long the assembly lines will be hidden from public view.
2010 Corvette Grand Sport - Click above for high-res image gallery