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Our 60th Anniversary
Our anniversary is just around the corner. We have scheduled a gala affair for May 6th to be held at the San Ramon Marriott. Our keynote speaker will be Wendell Strode, Executive Director of the National Corvette Museum. Please join us and fellow Corvette enthusiasts for a night of fun and entertainment. For more information, visit the 60th Anniversary link on the right.

Remembering Carole
A pictorial remembering Carole Robinson as George described her, "my life, love, and partner, full of tenacity, spunk, energy and will."

The digital February "K" is hot off the computer. Just click on the link at right and enjoy!

Welcome to the Northern California Corvette Association (NCCA) website. We've done our best to get you the information you need, make it interesting, and to provide an insight into what our club is all about. You can contact us via E-mail at info@nccacorvettes.org.

Through its various activities, NCCA strives to add to the natural enjoyment of Corvette ownership while providing social interaction with other Corvette owners. NCCA General Business Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of every month at the San Lorenzo Homes Association (377 Paseo Grande, San Lorenzo, CA). The NCCA Executive Board Meetings are held on the last Tuesday of every month at 7:00pm at Ricky’s Sports Lounge in San Leandro (15028 Hesperian Blvd., San Leandro).


Did You Know....In 1967 22,940 Corvettes were produced; of those, 3,754 were ordered with the 427ci 435hp engine option. And although the L88 was the most powerful engine option available, only 20 were produced. The most popular exterior color was Goodwood Green.

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We would like to thank all our sponsors for their support and encourage all Corvette owners to support our sponsors by sending your business their way. Go to Sponsors page to see a list of our sponsors..


Also check out our "Good Old Days" photo gallery. We have included a couple of dozen photos from 1956 to 1979.

These photos were taken in August 2013 at the beautiful Blackhawk Automotive Museum in Danville, California.