Entitled "Greatest Generation," the exhibit features America's favorite sports car from the first through eighth generations.
Corvettes in the exhibit include the 1954 Nomad Station Wagon and Corvair dream cars from the 1954 GM Motorama show, a 1969 Corvette L-88 and six different concept, styling and development cars from GM that have never been displayed together previously. The centerpiece of the exhibit is the No. 26 Corvette produced, which was built on the original Corvette assembly line in Flint, Michigan, before production moved to St. Louis, Missouri. (Source: GMAuthority.com)
Kudus to the museum for offering free admission to America's active-duty servicemen and women. Adult admission is a reasonable $16.
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