‘Vettes and Bombers

A Corvette owner photographs a 1965 Sportsman Corvette beneath the tail of a B2J Mitchell Bomber, one of 164 that flew with the RCAF between 1944-62, during the National Corvette Resorers Society 2016 Regional Judging Meet at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum Saturday.  The event is held in Canada every five years, the other four in the United States, and featured 66 Corvettes being judged on their originality and condition.  The Corvettes, some from as far away as West Virginia and Pennsylvania, had to be at least 15 years old to be entered. John Rennison The Hamilton Spectator 9/24/16

 

Photos by John Rennison

A Corvette owner photographs a 1965 Sportsman Corvette beneath the tail of a B2J Mitchell Bomber, one of 164 that flew with the RCAF between 1944-62, during the National Corvette Restorers Society 2016 Regional Judging Meet at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum Saturday.  The event is held in Canada every five years, the other four in the United States, and featured 66 Corvettes being judged on their originality and condition.  The Corvettes, some from as far away as West Virginia and Pennsylvania, had to be at least 15 years old to be entered.

2 Comments on “‘Vettes and Bombers

  1. Nice cars! We drove by the airport yesterday and saw a number of Corvettes parked outside. Thanks for sharing.

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