Corvette historians and hot-rodders unite
Andy Bolig - October 22, 2013 06:23 PM
ProTeam will host a NCRS Tech Seminar on November 9th, 2013 which will discuss "How Chevrolet's Relentless Pursuit of HP Benefitted Corvette".
The panelists and presenters assembled will read like a who's who of Corvette insiders; Ken Keyser, retired engineer, author and historian, Al Grenning , historian and acknowledged Corvette expert, and retired GM engineers Gib Hufstader, Tom Langdon, Bill Howell (unconfirmed), Dave Horchler (unconfirmed), and Denny Davis among others. Also a featured event will be the insiders' look at the ZR1 with Dave McCellan and Graham Behan. The panel will be moderated by Werner Meier.
The entire seminar will be set among the Famous ProTeam Corvette Collection and special displays including a 1967 unrestored L88 Corvette convertible, the James Garner Team AIR L88 #44 Corvette, the 1969 Greenwood BFG L88 #49 Corvette, and a 1969 OEM ZL1 motor, and maybe a few surprises!
The Michigan Chapter of the NCRS will be the primary sponsor of this event along with the Heart of Ohio Chapter. This outstanding seminar is open to any NCRS Members and all Corvette Enthusiasts are welcome (NCRS membership not required)! Admission is $20.00 per person, free if 35 years and younger). Coffee and rolls (8am - 9am) and lunch (12pm to 1pm). ProTeam will open at 7:00am and close at 6:00pm.
RSVP by Nov 1 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information email Werner Meier at email@example.com