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3rd Annual Motor City Corvette Concours To Be Held September 22, 2012 in Dearborn, Michigan.
For the third consecutive year, Michigan, home of the Big Three, will again be presenting the Motor City Corvette Concours. This third annual event will continue to showcase the “Best of the Best” Corvettes in the area.
For the third consecutive year, Michigan, home of the Big Three, will again be presenting the Motor City Corvette Concours. This third annual event will continue to showcase the “Best of the Best” Corvettes in the area. This year’s chosen date is September 22, 2012 and the location will be Les Stanford Chevrolet-Cadillac in Dearborn, Michigan.
Anyone familiar with the Corvette lifestyle is no doubt aware of events such as; Corvettes at Carlisle, Bloomington Gold and the National Corvette Homecoming to name but a few. Being that Michigan is the birthplace of Corvette and the home of Chevrolet and General Motors, it seemed only natural that a high caliber Corvette event be held here. Hence, the Motor City Corvette Concours was born.
While the Motor City Corvette Concours (MCCC) is sponsored and hosted by the Les Stanford dealerships, the event continues to be organized by several local Michigan Corvette clubs. The Corvette Club of Michigan, Corvette Legends Club, Flint Corvette Club, GMC Corvette Set, Rainbow Corvette Club, Team Corvette, Trend Settas Corvette Club, The V-8 Estate Corvette Club and joining the group this year is America’s Corvette Club. These groups have all banded together to promote and share their passion for the marque. The continuation of this event adds to the writing of another chapter in the glorious history that is the Corvette.
The Motor City Corvette Concours is actually three car shows in one. First feature of the event is the Concours Division of Corvettes; these cars will appear via invitation only. Second, will be an open judged “Drive & Shine” competition for all Corvette owners based on overall vehicle condition and cleanliness, combined with a National Council of Corvette Clubs (NCCC) sanctioned People’s Choice competition. Being open to all types of Corvette, from stock to custom, from mild to wild, the MCCC allows the owner to showcase a car that is special to him or her. The primary emphasis of this end of the season gathering is on having the “Best of the Best” Corvettes featured in the invitation only Concours Class. To qualify, these Corvettes must compete in a minimum of three affiliated shows throughout the spring - summer show season. These cars will be chosen by organizers of the participating shows and then recommended to compete in the MCCC Concours division. Thirty nominees will be notified by the MCCC committee upon selection.
Working in concert with the National Corvette Museum, in Bowling Green, Kentucky, the organizers of the MCCC have developed the Arkus-
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