Locals got a chance to check them out as the sports cars lined up near Dickey-Stephens Park.
Spectators took pictures and admired seven different Corvette body styles. Members of the ICCC hope others will see the cars and fall in love with them like they have.
"If they can come and see the cars and how nice they are, maybe they will be interested in buying one and joining not our club but any club. Anytime you buy a Corvette, you join the Corvette family and we are all one family," says Corvette owner Steven Moore.
The convention is set to rap up tomorrow but will continue next year in a different city.
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