Recently, the Auctions America Auction Park was full of members from a society that celebrates one of the most cherished sports cars made in America: the Chevrolet Corvette.
The National Corvette Restorers Society (NCRS) began its establishment in Angola, Indiana in the 1970s. Since then, it has grown into a national community, with approximately 15,000 active members currently!
The Indiana Chapter meet was spread throughout 3 days at the auction park, beginning on Thursday, April 21st, through Saturday, April 23rd.
During this indoor meet, judging sessions took place each day, and the welcome reception and awards banquet took place at two museums in Auburn: The National Auto & Truck Museum and the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum.
About 70 corvettes, of various generations and models, were lined up in the auction arena building of the park, being worked on and observed by corvette enthusiasts and members of the NCRS.
The society has many events throughout the year, and the next, the Long Island Chapter meet, is in New York on May 1st!
The Auctions America Auction Park has many events being held at their facilities throughout the year, so make sure to visit their website, auctionsamerica.com, for more information on upcoming happenings.