GM Corvette Plant - Bowling Green Kentucky

General Motors Corvette Manufacturing Plant - Bowling Green, Kentucky

The Bowling Green Assembly Plant is a General Motors automobile factory in Bowling Green, Kentucky. It is a specialized plant assembling GM's Y-body sports cars, the Chevrolet Corvette and formerly the Cadillac XLR.

The first 300 Corvettes were hand built at a plant in Flint, Michigan in 1953. Production was moved the next year to a facility in St. Louis, Missouri and then finally ended up in 1981 at the Bowling Green Assembly Plant. General Motors opened the Bowling Green plant for production on June 1 that year, with most of the 900 Corvette workers from St. Louis transferring to the new plant. What was once an abandoned Chrysler air-conditioning unit factory is now a 1.7 million square foot facility that employs almost one thousand people. Guided tours of the plant are available throughout the year on weekdays, three times a day.


This Here is the link for the latest National Corvette Museum Report from Kevin Wilson

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 Each Month Eastside Corvette Club will publish an article about the National Corvette Museum.  The articles are created and provided by club member and NCM Ambassador Kevin Wilson.  If you have any questions for Kevin, please contact him directly via his contact information in the club directory.  This first article is full of information about our new membership to NCM, why we should be involved, and what the benefits are from membership.  You can click on the link below to download a pdf file to your local computer for viewing.

Kevin - Thanks for the article and your representation of the Eastside Corvette Club to the NCM!

This Article provides a link for the May 2020 NCM Report from Kevin Wilson


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Eastside Corvette Club is proud to announce that the Board of Directors has voted to become a new club member of the National Corvette Museum!   This is a great way for our club to support the Heritage of Corvettes though financial support of the National Corvette Museum.   Our Ambassador for the program is Kevin Wilson.

If you are not a member of the National Corvette Museum, please contact Kevin to join.

NCM has auctions throughout the year for different models of Corvettes, they have some great apparel, and of course a visit to the Museum is great way to spend a day for Corvette Enthusiasts.


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