Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Agawa Canyon Adventure

Friday October 7, 2011 a brave group of members followed Allen B into the Canadian wilderness.

 


We took a train to Agawa Canyon. In the movie clip below you will see us seated in the station with our anticipation building, see the Engineer's view of the tracks and Allen moving to the front to make sure the Engineer stays 'on track', see the thrilling helicopter chase sequence and then kick back and enjoy the rocks and trees of the wilderness.

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We have arrived at the Canyon and the chase helicopter gives us a buzz. The more adventurous of our group climb up the the Canyon Lookout.

videoThank you Allen for the video clips.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Cruise To Mackinaw City

John H submitted this album of the pictures he took at dinner, in the 'Tunnel of Trees', on the way to Whitefish Point and around the hotel. Thank you John!

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

WXYZ TV Interviews Club Members About Their Corvettes

WXYZ TV Video interviews of GMC Corvette Set Members talking about their Corvettes.at the 2011 Dream Cruise

Jim O and Roger N

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Chevrolet Still Builds Rockets - The Commercial

Once upon a time, a bunch of guys got together with a crazy idea - build rockets that go farther and faster than mankind had ever gone before. It's nice to know that America still builds rockets - The 2011 Chevrolet Corvette.


Source: Chevrolet

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Military Tribue Camaros







At the Road to Recovery event, there were two very special vehicles - the Military Tribute Camaros - that were brought to the event as a way to honor the Men and Women of America's Armed Forces. The art on the Camaros is original paint and not graphic wraps. Both of the vehicles were custom-airbrushed by world-renowned artist Mickey Harris, airbrusher of 33 years, who put over 100 hours of painting into each vehicle.The Military Tribute Camaro represents all five branches of the Armed Forces on separate sections of the car. The front driver side represents the Army, the rear driver side represents the Navy, the front passenger side represents the Marine Corps, the rear passenger side represents the Air Force, and the trunk section represents the Coast Guard. The Military Tribute Camaro also incorporates some of the military's highest individual awards and current campaign medals - the Distinguished Service Cross, Silver Star, and Afghanistan Campaign Medal on the driver side; the Navy Cross, Bronze Star, and Iraqi Campaign Medal on the passenger side.In honor of Memorial Day, the 2010 Military Tribute Camaros were also displayed at the 2010 Indianapolis 500 race, brought by the GM Military Discount program.