It is simple, it is easy, it is friendly, it is fascinating, it is fair
and most of all it is fun.
The 16,000 NCRS members are dedicated to the preservation, restoration
and enjoyment of Corvette automobiles. Judging is held at the chapter
level, then Regionals and finally yearly at Nationals. Ratings are
based on cars being as representative as possible of how the marque
left the factory. Points are given for originality as well as
condition. Those cars receiving a score of 94 out of 100 op higher are
awarded the honor of a "Top Flight" rating.
Owners do not compete against one another, but rather against a
meticulous set of criteria as their cars are being judged at NCRS
meets. Cooperation and fellowship are encouraged within NCRS since
ownersd are not competing for "Best of Show" etc.
There are members who never drive their cars but pull them around on
trailers, and others who chance their fully restored beauties flat out
up the hill against the clock.
One thing unites us -
fascination with the way it was when it left the
Special Collection May 98/99 in Hofheim/Taunus ECCC
Special Collection June 98/99/2000 in München Corvette-Club-Bayern
NCRS Flight 2000 United Kingdom Chapter
Sep 2000 in Kent near Maidstone south east of London
NCRS UK Flight 2001
more pics NCRS UK Flight 2001
1971 sunflower yellow Convertible LT-1
1978 Pace Car
Congratulations to Helmut Veidt
First Duntov Award Corvette in Europe
1963 silver Split Window Fuel Injection Corvette
Club Corvette Sweden Judging in Borgholm, Öland
June 1999 25th Anniversary