National Corvette Restorers Society Mission
Formed in 1974, the National Corvette Restorers Society is a non-profit hobby group of 15,800+ families dedicated to the restoration, preservation, history and enjoyment of Corvettes made from the model years 1953 through 1996. Old Corvette, Odle Corvette.
you are looking for a 1953 - 96 Corvette: The
seller is telling you "the numbers match". Do you know what
they mean? Are they truthful? Join the NCRS and learn from all of the
information we have gathered in the last 35 years to make a wise decision
when you purchase your Corvette. Old
Corvette, Odle Corvette.
If you already own a 1953 - 96 Corvette: No matter what you are up to, NCRS members have been there before. Benefit from all of the information we have gathered in the last 35 years to make better and smarter decisions as you restore and maintain your valuable Corvette.
GM 1962-1975 Corvette Delivery Data
EXCLUSIVELY for NCRS Members!
Not a member? Joining is easy!
With permission granted by the General Motors Heritage Center, the National Corvette Restorers Society is pleased to announce that it can now offer solely to its members, certain information contained in 1962 after number 6000 and through 1975 (with some limited data) Corvette Month Car Shipped Reports. The ordering information is available at our new Historical Documentation Service.
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Short article about the founding of NCRS and the people who put it together in 1974. Little did they know what a wonderful organization they were creating.
The NCRS Archives are comprised of, but not limited to, Corvette related documents, data sheets, Technical Service Bulletins, drawings, assembly/owner’s manuals, books, and hundreds of other items. Until recently, these were unavailable to the membership. Now, everything is securely stored, catalogued and Archived in the Library of the Antique Automobile Club of America [AACA] in Hershey, PA.
NCRS Award Confirmation Document
This document will provide a complete listing from our NCRS database of the available award statistics for a specific Corvette. NCRS records date back to the mid/late eighties in many cases. The Award Confirmation Document could provide an important link or be the missing piece to a vehicles history.
Visit a short video presentation about the NCRS. This is the video that is shown on the NCRS display at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green KY.
Your link to the NCRS Publications. Find out what the NCRS Publications have to offer to you, as well as links to submit your AD to the Driveline. Learn the preferred ways to submit an article to The Corvette Restorer Magazine.
A description of NCRS Membership benefits. New form for members address change. A direct link to the membership renewal form at the NCRS Store.
A complete listing of NCRS Officers, Board of Directors, Team Leaders, and contact information for all NCRS Chapters. Links to chapter web pages are available for all chapters that have their own website.
and Zone Code Database!
A searchable database of Chevrolet Dealer and Zone Codes. Search for the dealer that originally sold your car, or submit information to the database for others to use.
A complete description of the NCRS Judging Awards Program. An overview of the judging process, and descriptions of the Awards available.
Interactive Resource for Sharing Information on Corvettes from Model Years 1953 through 1996! Technical Discussion only. Ask fellow members for solutions that they have found for all variety of restoration problems. This is an amazing wealth of knowledge available to Corvette Restorers or Corvette Drivers. The Technical Board Archives contain over 300,000 posts you can search by keyword, date, or author.
Stop by and fill your Corvette needs from the comfort of your chair. Restoration Reference Books, Judging Manuals, Video Restoration Guides, and many other items. Buy Secure, Fast, and Convenient!
Restorer on CD!
30 years of the Corvette Restorer Magazine on Compact Disc, now available at the NCRS Store. New updated version now on sale.
NCRS and Corvette Lingo Dictionary!
Find out what those acronyms mean. Like most hobbies the Corvette hobby has a language all of its own. Here is a growing resource for unlocking the mystery.
We have a small but dedicated crew who will answer your questions about the Website, or NCRS. Trouble logging in to the Membership Only area? Trouble with a Driveline or Restorer mangled in the mail? Trouble with an order from the NCRS Online Store? Bring it to the Help Desk for quick resolution.
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Listing of pages and assets on our site!