From October of 1960 through 1964, I was glued to the television once a week watching Route 66. As a normal teenage girl, I loved watching Todd (Martin Milner) and Buzz (George Maharis) travel around the United States looking for adventure in Todd’s cool red corvette with a rag top! Ashley and I were fortunate to own a 1959 red rag top “vette” with a 1964 - 327 engine with glass packs and also a 1965 Nassau Blue Sting Ray. Now with this history, it made sense on our trip to Kentucky, to visit the National Corvette Museum! The museum, built in 1994, is located in Bowling Green Kentucky just off of I-65 at exit 28. The one-hundred and fifteen thousand square foot building houses over eighty Corvette models with exhibits and displays that change periodically. Since 1953 the Corvette was known as “Americas Sports Car”. The museum was established to celebrate the Corvette in its present, past and future, to educate the public and to have a place where “Vette” lovers could gather. The museum has established a Corvette Hall of Fame, where those who have been involved with the car and made significant contributions in their individually fields are recognized. Each year two to four persons are elected to this honor and their photographs are hanging in the museum. “Vette” fans refer to the National Corvette Museum as their “Mecca”. It is definitely a place you should visit if you are in the area. As they say “Tach” it up, drop the clutch and drive on over to the National Corvette Museum”!