Carlisle, PA– The Carlisle Fairgrounds were filled with some of the choicest Corvettes in the country this last weekend as part of the Corvettes at Carlisle event. Spokesman, Mike Garland estimated that as many as 60,000 individual attendees walked the fields in honor of Corvette’s 60th Anniversary. With 5,000 unique Corvettes from all generations on display, it’s touted as one of the largest single-brand car shows in the world, and is quickly becoming the place to be mid-summer for any serious Corvette guru.
Each year features a special display, and this year’s was aptly titled the “Chips Choice Display,”where some of the best 1963 Corvette models took the stage. Among them were a 1963 Corvette Corvettes-at-CarlisleRondine concept car and a 1963 Asteroid Corvette (both pictured below). Classic models weren’t the only Corvettes represented. Corvette paraded a 2014 Stingray that hasn’t even entered into production yet! If you couldn’t make it to the show, check out the photographs taken by Bob Boberg for Cars On Line’s partner website eClassic Autos.com!
You can find even more photographs of the event on the eClassicAutos.com Facebook page. Click here to see them!