In addition to the large production facility, there is the Garage and Museum which is great. Starting with these eclectic cows, there are all kinds of cars and related items that are on display and for sale.
As we walked in, Rick was delighted to see this 1954 Corvette in fabulous shape. This is the car that started it all with the Vette and Rick is looking forward to seeing the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, KY in a few days.
Of course, he had a really soft spot for these VWs. He thinks he will need another one of these as he has turned virtually every nut and bolt that exists on the air cooled VW.
However, this Corvette line is also VERY interesting! The museum housed many really interesting Vettes such as this racer.
Wow -- this is a unique vehicle. This 1964 Corvette Coupe was specially built for the Chevrolet’s General Manager, Semon E. “Bunkie” Knudson as his personal car in September 1963 and is called the Styling Corvette. Talk about a one of a kind.
Orinda liked this interesting car. This car was specially prepped for the 1964 World’s Fair of New York -- which Rick visited as a kid. He recalled the many cars on display and maybe saw this one.
Not to be outdone, here is the last of the next generation, the C5. This 2004 Corvette has about 7,500 miles on it and is actually for sale! Check it out at The Last C5