CamaroZ28.Com Brick at the National Corvette Museum

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CamaroZ28.Com Brick

On September 21, 2002 at the 2nd Annual F-body Celebration at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Ky, CamaroZ28.Com unveiled the CamaroZ28.Com brick in the F-body section of the museum’s walkway. The donations for this brick was made possible by contributing members from the CamaroZ28.Com message board. Many thanks go to the the following people:

  • Matt Parsons
  • Steve Roth
  • David Smith
  • Jill Tanner
  • Jimmy Jenkins
  • Eric Anderson
  • Lori Kelly
  • Quentin Scott
  • Rebecca Glenn
  • Chris Stigers
  • Kevin Drinkwater
  • Brent Franker
  • Jeff Lehn
  • Jason Riesbeck
  • Jacob Shorey
  • Danny Jacobs
  • Jeff Foster
  • Roger Cotton
  • Carly Smith
  • Tim Bruce
  • Kevin Maughan
  • Anthony Green
  • Kenneth Moody James Reeves
  • David Santore
  • Dax Anderson
  • Kevin Green
  • Tony White
  • Mike Austin
  • Nathan Cid
  • Charles Hansen
  • Wilson Chan
  • David Morgan
  • Jonathan Camere
  • Pete Young

The National Corvette Museum is a not-for-profit foundation created to preserve Corvette’s heritage. On display in the museum is at least one Camaro that was used to develop the 5th generation Corvette. Although it is a museum for Corvettes, it is the closest thing available to an F-body museum and is currently the perfect place for CamaroZ28.Com to be permanently etched into muscle car history.

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