A Victory Red Corvette

By: Ginger

Mar 09 2010

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Category: Ruby Tuesday

2 Comments

Aperture:f/10
Focal Length:21mm
ISO:400
Shutter:1/250 sec
Camera:Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT

The Corvette celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2003, as America’s first, true sports car. The first model was introduced in 1953 and was named after a small, maneuverable war ship. Originally built in Flint, Michigan and St. Louis, Missouri, it is currently built at a GM assembly plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

Plenty of sports cars have come and gone over the course of the last five decades. The Corvette has not only survived, but thrived; outlasting and out-pacing the competition.

Cape Fear Corvettes (CFC) is Southeastern North Carolina’s elite Corvette Club.  CFC was founded in 2007 and encompasses the Cape Fear region of North Carolina.  Cape Fear Corvettes is open to corvette enthusiasts and those supporting Corvette ownership and/or hobbies.  Members range from Ocean Isle, Burgaw, Hampstead, Rocky Point, Carolina Beach, Oak Island, and all locations in between.   CFC was formed to develop a sense of camaraderie, enthusiasm, and loyalty among Corvette owners through the sharing of technical and practical information during meetings and social activities (whether motoring or otherwise).

This photo was chosen for Ruby Tuesday.

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2 comments on “A Victory Red Corvette”

  1. she’s a beauty!!

  2. Now THAT is what I call ruby red.


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