Cheers for 60 Years: Corvette Club of Ontario celebrates diamond anniversary

Toronto, Ontario – The Corvette Club of Ontario(CCO) is celebrating their Diamond anniversary this year. Founded in 1962, with only 6 members, the club’s 60th anniversary represents a fundamental love for the Corvette across Ontario.

Gathering at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum last Saturday(August 6th), members celebrated the anniversary with over 65 Corvettes in attendance. Spanning almost 7 decades, the oldest car represented comes from a 1957 model Corvette.

The club’s origins are rooted in simple appreciation of the Corvette, although the club focus has changed over the years.

“It used to be a get-together to burn up the engines,” says president James Crane. “Now we are more of a cruising club.”

Upcoming club events include a Cars and Coffee event at Hagerty Garage and Social on Sunday, August 28th. The CCO is also hosting an AMA Waterways Summer’s Here Cruise starting at 9 a.m. on Saturday, August 20th.

More information about the club and upcoming events can be found at  https://corvetteclubofontario.com/


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