The National Corvette Museum Foundation entered into an agreement with the firm of Chenault & Company, Lexington, Kentucky, for development and production of a two-print set of color lithographs in 1992.

Each print measures 24" x 30" and has an image area of 22" x 28". The print sets continue to be a part of the overall fund-raising efforts for the Corvette Museum located in Bowling Green, KY, home of the Corvette production plant.

The print sets include the official National Corvette Museum logo on each print and are hand signed by Zora Arkus-Duntov or Larry Shinoda and countersigned by the artist, noted motorsports artist Lee Self, and match-numbered.

Print I - Signed by Zora Arkus-Duntov (click for personal history)
The now legendary Corvette Chief Engineer Zora Arkus-Duntov, shown with a first production year 1953 Corvette and a 1963 Grand Sport - the highly successful racing Corvette developed under Mr. Duntov's direction.

Print II - Signed by Larry Shinoda (click for personal history)
Automotive designer Larry Shinoda with a 1968 production Corvette and the Shinoda designed, trend-setting Rick Mears Special Edition Corvette (RM-1), based on the 1990 Corvette.

The print series was limited to 1,992 sets, the final set #1992 matching the year of the Museum ground-breaking.

Low numbered sets, those matching Corvette production years, engine displacements, chassis or racing numbers are more highly sought after by Corvette owners and automotive art collectors. Special interest numbered sets have been sold by silent auction.

Inquiries about the availability of specific numbered sets must be phoned. For other information ask for Todd Strecker at 859 / 281-0003.

Don't miss out on this Corvette collectible.
These print sets can never be recreated.