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National Corvette Restorers Society

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Formed in 1974, the National Corvette Restorers Society NCRS is a non profit hobby group of 15,000 plus families dedicated to the restoration, preservation, history and enjoyment of Corvettes made from the model years 1953 through 1991. They have compiled and are constantly updating highly detailed judging standards and rules for each basic model division from 1953 through 1989.  The guidelines in these NCRS Technical Information Manuals are recognized throughout the hobby as the standard in determining originality.

The judging system is designed to educate every owner about their car as well as providing recognition for brilliance in the areas of restoration, performance or preservation.  It is not a cleanliness contest like other events, nor do you compete against your friend’s corvettes.  Judging is not done by some secret group of experts. You can learn to judge through participation.  Start out as an observer judge and work your way to Master Judge through the Judges Recognition Program.

You can learn to judge or you can have your corvette evaluated by other NCRS members. Over three thousand members are currently recognized for their judging expertise.  During the year 2001, members judged over 10,311 corvettes at NCRS events internationally.

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 125,000 posts you can search by keyword or date. Each year NCRS sponsors one National Convention, eight Regional Meets and dozens of Chapter Meets.  There are road tours, social gatherings, tech sessions, seminars and much more. 
NCRS Members benefit from mountains of technical information that they can rely on.  When you join the NCRS, you access the combined knowledge of thousands of previous members.  A group of seventeen technical advisors, who are recognized as the authorities in their fields, are also just a letter or e mail away.  Whatever problems that you might run into have been solved in past years by other NCRS members.

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