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Plant Tours. Please note: Plant tours ARE UNAVAILABLE AND RESUME IN 2019. Tours of the Bowling Green Assembly Plant are closed and a date of reopening has not been determined.
BMW US Factory Spartanburg, SC: BMW's only American factory is a marvel of the blending of modern engineering and design aesthetics. See for yourself how the ultimate driving machine is built during a guided plant tour.
One of the best ways to get excited about the automotive industry is seeing the state-of-the-art technology in action. Across the United States, behind-the-scenes tours are offered by many of the ...
21 Great American Factory Tours You Can Take Right Now. Many historic American factories are open to the public. Here are the ones worth the trip.
See first-hand how robots weld the steel and human workers add the parts to make a Corvette at this plant, the only one in the U.S. that produces the car.
The National Corvette Museum showcases the Chevrolet Corvette, an American sports car that has been in production since 1953. It is located in Bowling Green, Kentucky, off Interstate 65's Exit 28. It was constructed in 1994, and opened to the public in September of that year. The museum is located only a quarter mile from the Bowling Green Assembly Plant, where Corvettes have been made since 1981.
Culture How a Corvette gets built. CNET New.com's Road Trip visits the assembly plant in Bowling Green, Ky., where every one of the iconic cars has been built since 1981--and comes away impressed.
2008 C6 Corvette 2008 Corvette Overview The arrival of the 2008 Corvette was met by a volatile U.S. economy with a very uncertain future. U.S. mortgage-backed securities, which were marketed around the world, carried hard to assess
National Corvette Restorers Society The National Corvette Restorers Society (NCRS) is a community of dedicated Corvette lovers. Our objective is the restoration, preservation, history and enjoyment of all Corvette models and configurations.
The Corvette instrument panel is a thing of beauty. The first of the electronic instrumental panels, the colorful '84-'88, was replaced by the more conventional analog "needle" gauge and center ...