TRURO – Car lovers in general and Corvette fans in particular are encouraged to drop by Staurt Kia on Saturday for Truro’s 20th annual Corvette show.
“We’re going to have a special display this year,” said Brian Palmer, president of the Corvette Club of Nova Scotia.”
“The first one of any of the Corvette clubs in the Maritimes, we’re going to have a display of all the (“C”) generations,” he said, including a 1960 model that is coming from Moncton.
Also on display will be a 1963 model, with a split rear window, the only year that the feature was offered.
And for those who like to see the newer models, Palmer said the show will also include both a convertible and a coupe from 2014.
The cost to enter a vehicle into the show is $10, which includes a free T-shirt, but there is no charge for general admission.
But show goers are encouraged to purchase something from the show’s barbecue grill as all proceeds from there are being donated to the Colchester Food Bank.
Palmer said the show generally attracts about 75 Corvettes.