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Corvettes are awesome - our members are better!

Come for the cars. Stay for the friendships.

Welcome to the Old Dominion Corvette Club! Founded in 2005, our vision is based upon the promotion of, interest in, and sharing of knowledge about "America's Sports Car". We sponsor or participate in a variety of informal and formal local, regional and national activities. Our activities are open to all family members and we encourage and welcome everyone’s participation. Family-friendly activities include our monthly club meeting, judging events, car shows, local cruises, multi-day trips and our own annual Cruise-In. Our fund-raising benefits multiple local charities and the National Corvette Museum. We are a diverse group of young, old(er), single and multi-car owners, gear heads and not. We are people who like to have a good time and enjoy each other's company. Whether it's hitting up a winery on a gorgeous day, going on an ice cream run, a drive to an interesting location or a multi-day trip, we are ready to go!

Our monthly member meetings are at 10:00 a.m., the 2nd Saturday of each month, at Bungalow Lakehouse in Sterling, VA. Check our calendar for details.

Our 33rd annual Cruise-In was a smashing success, with nearly 150 Corvettes on site, including the new 2023 Z06! Check out the Cruise-In photo album and sponsor pages. We're now getting ready for our 34th annual event! Check out our Photo Gallery to see pics of past events, and our Event Calendar to see upcoming ones. Join us at an event or at our next Member Meeting, say “Hi" and see what we are all about.  And be sure to check out the newsletter link in the menu at the top of the page to see what we've been doing and visit our Facebook page. Don't have a Corvette yet, but want to learn all about them?  Become an Associate Member. Our club members will welcome you, and answer all your questions. 
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Father's Day Car Show

Swannanoa, sometimes called Virginia's own "mini-Biltmore" is an exact replica of the Villa de Medici in Rome, Italy. Built by an executive with the C&O Railroad as a token of love for his wife, it was completed in 1912. Sadly, starting in the Great Depression, the house fell into disrepair and has been vandalized over the years, but a foundation is now working to restore and maintain the property. Even in disrepair, it is an amazing property, and well worth a visit.

A group of 20 ODCC members headed off on July 22nd for a wonderful cruise and private tour of the facility. Taking route 211 up and over the phenomenally twisty Thornton's Gap, and then down the very scenic OLD Route 340, they stopped for a delicious lunch at the Blue Mountain Brewery in Afton, VA, and then on to Swannanoa. A great time was had by all. Check out some photos of the cars and the mansion in our photo gallery.

 Simeone Racing Museum

On July 8th, a small group of ODCC members made the rather boring drive up I-95 to Philadelphia to visit the not-at-all boring Simeone Sports Car Racing museum. Begun as one doctor's private effort, this fabulous building houses a nearly complete history of sports car racing from its earliest days  to the recent past. Several times per year the museum takes cars out of its collection into the large paved area behind the museum and drives them, so that visitors can get a taste (and sound and smell) of these cars in action. In July, the special event was "American Muscle, the American interpretation of the sports car: There's no substitute for cubic inches." After a presentation on the history of large displacement sports cars, we got up close and personal with a 427 C2 Corvette, and got to watch that and other American performance cars driven in the back lot.

And aside from seeing that, we also spent time touring the entire collection of amazing cars, ranging from cars like a 1926 Bugatti to a  Ford GT 40, a GT Mark IV, and a Porsche 917, all of which raced at LeMans. Check out photos of a bit of the collection here.

Leesburg 4th of July Parade

For more than a decade ODCC has been participating in the Leesburg 4th of July parade, with the participation of members of other clubs rounding out our numbers. This year we had nearly 30 Corvettes in the parade. Every car is decked out in decorations in Red, White and Blue, with plenty of American flags on display. Our participation is always one of the highlights of the day for spectators. As we come into view, we can hear the crowd shouting out "Here come the Corvettes!!!" And as we progress through the parade route, people of all ages are shouting "Rev it up!" We are, of course, happy to oblige. 😃

After the parade, many participants headed for our traditional lunch at Monk's BBQ in Purcellville. Thank you as always for your hospitality, Monk's!

Lots more photos of decorated cars in this photo album.

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