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Where Do the Car Names Come From?
Bel Air. Corvette. Nova. Delray. Car manufacturers have worked hard to create memorable names and for the most part, they have succeeded. But, where do those names originate? In many cases, the names are often taken from foreign languages, places, and science.
One of the most iconic cars of all time is actually named after a speedy warship. The Chevy Corvette shares the same name with a small, lightly armed warship. Most corvettes were and are still used by foreign navies, but there were some that were used by the United States Navy during World War II. It only seems appropriate that the fastest production car is named after another speedy object.
Corvettes at Carlisle: When you mention the city of Carlisle, Pennsylvania to anyone who is a fan of sports a certain name is probably going to immediately arise. The great multi-sport athlete Jim Thorpe went to Carlisle Indian Industrial School and it was there that he burgeoned into an athletic force to be reckoned with under the tutelage of the legendary football coach Glenn Scobey “Pop” Warner.
However, when it comes to automobile enthusiasts and Corvette fans in particular Carlisle is famous for something else. Each and every year the city of Carlisle plays host to the most extraordinary Corvette event held anywhere on the planet: Corvettes at Carlisle.
Vegas ‘Vettes, Baby
Without question, the desert oasis of Las Vegas, Nevada is one of the most unique cities in the entire world.
The ready availability of so much world-class gaming sets Las Vegas apart, and the fact that you have so many incredible hospitality options makes Las Vegas especially attractive to vacationers. Whatever your speed, whatever your style, there is a Las Vegas vacation that is right for you.
The history of the Chevrolet Corvette is rich indeed and it is kept alive by all of the collectors out there who cherish these very special vehicles and keep them in such fantastic condition. There is nothing like a classic Corvette and owning one is a source of pride for true enthusiasts. And hey, owning two or three is even better!