Thanks for checking us out! This website is dedicated to all of those people who share a common interest and the appreciation of an American Icon. The first and best American sports car ever made and the original American Idol, the "Corvette".
The Irondequoit Vette Club was established in the spring of 2009. There are no annual dues and no member obligations whatsoever. We don't need your money to exist.
IVC would like to provide a casual club for Corvette enthusiasts of all ages and backgrounds. We don't care who you are, where you live, or what your Corvette looks like. Our club officers and board of directors are all of us, and our meetings are when we see each other.
You can come out to one of the many cruises in the area or take a look at the IVC calender. If you want to show up for something and hang out great! We ride in the Irondequoit Memorial Day and 4th of July parades. We also support various Veterans organizations and have an annual cookout in late summer for club members and their families.
IVC is always looking for new members that are not currently with another corvette club to share in the enjoyment of owning a Corvette. So, if you're a Corvette owner, and would like to hang out with other Corvette owners, register and join! Always remember to be respectful and responsible while being an IVC member.
The GM Theory of Evolution
The Chevrolet Corvette is a sports car by the Chevrolet division of General Motors (GM) that has been produced in seven generations. The first model, a convertible, was designed by Harley Earl and introduced at the GM Motorama in 1953 as a concept show car. Myron Scott is credited for naming the car after the type of a small, maneuverable warship called a corvette. Originally built in Flint, Michigan and St. Louis, Missouri, the Corvette is currently manufactured in Bowling Green, Kentucky and is the official sports car of the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
A Corvette (sometimes corvet) is a small, maneuverable, lightly armed warship, originally smaller than a frigate (2,000+tons) and larger than a coastal patrol craft or fast attack craft (500 or fewer tons), although many recent designs resemble frigates in size and role. During the age of sail, corvettes were smaller than frigates and larger than sloops-of-war, usually with a single gun deck.
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This web site is independently operated as an informational service for the benefit of Corvette Owners and other interested parties. Neither the Chevrolet Motor Division nor any other segment of General Motors or its affiliates or subsidiaries shall bear any responsibility whatsoever for its content.