National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green Kentucky
Images taken at the museum, which is also the site of the only remaining Corvette factory, I believe.
The first music selection was the one that gave me the idea for the show. The second one I felt was obligatory. The third was used because I like to use uncommon version of common songs. See my Railpark show http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ei_-_h94IeA The last selection was for giggles and .I just felt that "Little Red Corvette" was just a little too easy to use.
The vintage Vette picture in watercolor at about 4:21 is altered to hide the reflection of MY BELLY in the fender!
2010 BRITISH BASH (PART 1 OF 3)
The British Sports Car Club in Louisville Kentucky's annual "British Bash"
fundraiser for St. Joseph's Childrens' Home.
Great cars, great people, great cause, great fun.
1999 National Corvette Caravan to Bowling Green - Part 1
In the Fall of 1999, Chevrolet had a 5 year anniversary party for the
Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Large Caravans were organized,
from all over the country, to meet at the museum for this event. It was a
great success, as thousands of Corvettes participated.
ZR1 Vette vs Jet! - Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 Races A U.S. Navy Fighter Jet
MT Editor at Large Arthur St. Antoine pits Chevy's awesome "Blue Devil" --
the Corvette ZR1 -- against its toughest adversary yet: a Blue Angels
F/A-18 Hornet fighter jet.
Shot By: Jim Gleason & Terren Lin
Edited By: Jim Gleason
Read the story here:
Corvette 50th anniversary
The Corvette Show of a lifetime. The hills bordering the National Corvette
Museum in Bowling Green Kentucky near the Corvette assembly plant was the
scene for the celebration of a lifetime.
Fifty years of Americas great sports car was the setting for the greatest
gathering of Corvettes ever. Thousands of Corvettes from across the country
gathered as over a hundred thousand Corvette lovers celebrated the
milestone anniversary of an American Icon.
The National Corvette Museum
This all-new production features recent digital video shot with a Traveler
HD 10X Digital Video Camera.
This was recorded on Tuesday, October 11, 2011 while returning from a trip
to Tennesse to visit family and friends:
Welcome to the National Corvette Museum, located off Exit 28 on I-65 in
Bowling Green, KY, which showcases the Chevrolet Corvette.
In this video, I capture a few scenes of the exterior of the Museum with
it's striking and modern architecture. You'll see some panoramic views of
the grounds including the parking area with entry drive and designated
Corvette parking areas as well as a variety of Corvettes. Other scenes
feature the Corvette Cafe and a special 1958 model Corvette prototype.
Learn more about the National Corvette Museum here:
Learn more about the Chevrolet Corvette here:
The original music is performed by Kevin MacLeod and it is provided royalty
free from http://www.incompetech.com/
The raw video was converted and edited with Vegas 8. The converted video
was stabilized with DynaPel SteadyHand. The credits were created with
Windows Movie Maker.
Thank you for viewing.
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Chevy Corvette Museum Delivery Experience From Bob Huffman
Bob Huffman, Vice President of the Baton Rouge Corvette Club, recently took
delivery of his 2011 Corvette Grand Sport 4LT Coupe at the National
Corvette Museum via the Museum Delivery option.
Bob purchased his Vette right here at Ross Downing Chevrolet, and was kind
enough to share his experience with us! For more details of the Corvette
Museum Delivery program, visit http://www.chevycorvette.com/museum-delivery
Factory Five - factory tour part 1
Dave, owner of Factory Five, personally gives me a tour of the factory and
explains the different stages of production. Specifically the GTM supercar.
He shows us the jiggs used to produce the frame. How the parts are molded
using different technologies such as robots. This is not your average kit
car. It is a full race car with a 200mph chassis. All fabricated inhouse.
Z06 National Corvette Museum Delivery
Roy and Rosemary take delivery of their 2009 Z06 at the National Corvette
Museum. This is an experience that every new Corvette owner should have. We
also participated in the Buyers Tour to follow our Z06 every minute on the
assembly line. What an experience that is. The Assembly Plant workers are
so friendly and appreciative of a buyer.