The Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the National Corvette Restorer’s Society gathered at Zip Corvette on Saturday, April 2 for their annual judging session. Some of the most beautiful Corvettes in the mid-Atlantic converged onto Zip’s corporate campus for a beautiful display of dedication to the Corvette hobby. This year also marks the 40th anniversary of the MAC chapter, making the day even more special for the nearly 50 members who attended.
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While the main purpose of the day was the judging sessions and the coveted awards, there was no lack of reminiscing and reflecting over the past 40 years. An afternoon panel discussion including past and present MAC charter members looked back over the rich history of the NCRS and looked ahead to the future.
David Walker, president of Zip Corvette, addressed the group and praised them as pioneers in the Corvette hobby. He discussed the importance of staying true to the Corvette’s standards of excellence and he challenged those in attendance to nurture a legacy of passion for the Corvette lifestyle that can be handed over to the next generation of enthusiasts.
The day also included great food worthy of an anniversary celebration, including a special 40th anniversary cake, complete with a ceremonial cake cutting.
Founded in 1982, the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the NCRS is dedicated to the preservation, restoration, and enjoyment of Corvettes. With over 170 members and over 285 Corvettes in their membership, MAC is a valuable resource to the Corvette enthusiast and an excellent way to meet people who share your interest in Corvettes.
To learn more about the MAC chapter, visit ncrsmac.org.