The National Corvette Museum (NCM) focuses on celebrating the Corvette’s past, present and future. The museum proudly displays Corvettes of all ages for interested viewers to behold. NCM obtains the Corvettes on display through generous members loaning or donating their vehicles.
Paul Marseglia, a Corvette lover from Franklin, Mass., has recently donated his brown 1974 Corvette Stingray to the National Corvette Museum (NCM). After four decades of ownership, Marseglia believed that it was time for his cherished Stingray to find a new home. He believed that NCM was his best choice because he didn’t want to see the vehicle get beat up or neglected.
“I’m a founding member of the Museum so I know that people donate their Corvettes,” stated Marseglia. I figured that was the best thing to do… to take it somewhere for other people to enjoy, and for other people to take care of. I don’t want to sell it locally and see it getting beat up or neglected by somebody. I wanted it to go to someone who would take care of it.”
A good gesture. And the NCM could probably restock its collection of minty Corvettes after the sinkhole incident.