Went down to Tennessee yesterday. Stopped at the Corvette museum on the way back. Not sure what I was expecting, but I was a bit disappointed. There defiantly were a bunch of cool Corvettes, but for the most part it was pretty meh, but then again, I'm not the biggest fan of Corvettes. I'd take a Mustang or Challenger or Viper over one anyday. Here are some shots for you.

First thing when you walk in the door - an aisle of C7s that are waiting for their owners to take delivery at the Museum. The ones there yesterday were mostly autos and not worth it.

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Some bricks from the original factory for sale for $25 each.

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1953 C1 #262 of 300

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A lovely brown

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C3 assembly

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Le Mans C6R

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The only 63 Split Window Coupe in the collection

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C7 Prototype body

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Other concepts

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A 2011 C7 mule wearing a C6 body

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35mph solid wall crash test

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1 of 12 full sets of Jim Beam Corvette decanters in the world

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The only 1983 Corvette in existence

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The 1,000,000th Corvette

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The 1,500,000th Corvette

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C5 Roadster

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More Corvettes need rally lights and roof racks

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And finally my favorite car in the collection

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