Corvettes Exhibited at Buick Gallery
The Corvette has been rolling off the assembly line for 60 years now. To celebrate, Buick Automotive Gallery is featuring the car in its exhibit, Corvettes: 0-60. The exhibit opens on July 20th and will run through the end of summer.
This impressive display features each body style through 60 years of Corvette history. The original 300 Polo White hand built 1953 C1 model begins the tour. This is followed by each style since and features all the changes in the body style to get to the model that we have today.
Admission to Buick Gallery will also allow you admission to Sloan Museum. The Corvettes are on display from July 20th to September 29th. Doors open bright and early at 10 a.m. and stay open all day until 5 p.m. Stop by and see this amazing display of American history.
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