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National Corvette Organizations
National Council of Corvette Clubs
The NCCC was founded in 1959 by a group of Corvette club members with the assistance of Chevy sales promotion manager Joe Pike. Pike understood that nurturing an owner base for the Corvette meant establishing a grass-roots organization of clubs to make the ownership experience deeper than just owning a sports car. NCCC members enjoy a variety of driving and social activities. NCCC has grown to more than 18,600 members spread across 285 clubs in 15 regions. For more information contact: www.corvettesnccc.org.
National Corvette Restorers Society
The NCRS was founded in 1974 as a nonprofit entity dedicated to the restoration of Corvettes to “as new” factory standards. Judging categories currently exist for Corvettes from 1953 through 1991. NCRS maintains more than 15,000 members spread over 40 chapters, including one in England and several in Quebec, and publishes The Corvette Restorer and Driveline. Get more details at www.ncrs.org.
Western States Corvette Council
The WSCC was founded in 1965 by a group representing various regional Corvette clubs. WSCC now consists of 32 clubs and 2,400 members. WSCC conducts car shows, rallies, autocrosses, fun runs and social events. It publishes a newsletter called Redline. For more information contact: www.wscc.ws.
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