Established in 1973, theNorth Shore Corvette Club promotes the Corvette hobby and fellowship among Corvette owners and has become one of the premier and largest Corvette clubs in the Midwest. We are sponsored by and we meet at Libertyville Chevrolet in Libertyville, Il on the third Wednesday of every month at 7:00 pm all year long. Guests are always welcome to attend.
Parking Lot Banner Sighting
The first reported sighting of our new parking lot banner, hanging at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, has been made by Wilbur and Pam Buckle. Wilbur can be seen pointing at the banner like a proud father while Pam takes a picture of the monumental occasion on September 2nd. The banner is located in the parking lot outside of the Corvette Cafe. It will remain there until the end of May 2018.
A perfect day for a Wisconsin cruise
Wednesday, September 6th was a picture perfect day with cool temperatures and blue skies. Thirty-one NSCC members, one guest, eighteen Corvettes and one Jaguar came to caravan the two-lane county roads of southern Wisconsin from the Welcome Center on I-94 to Palmyra.
The date was Sunday, August 13, 2017. The place was Byron Dragway in Byron, Illinois. Two red Corvettes battled it out until there was just one winner, Larry Latko (shown on the right). Ed Harms may have lost the battle but he won the war. As seen in the picture above, shortly after the race Larry's car exploded into a huge mushroom cloud of smoke.
Tommy "T-Bone" Sherrick, along with other members of the NSCC, enjoyed a day in the sun at the 14th annual Car Show for Veterans. This show attracts many Corvettes along with a wide variety of street rods, hot rods and others. Free brats, dogs, chips and drinks were served all day long.