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August 2020 - We have added a new "Memorial Page" to the Amazing Corvettes Club website. We have lost good friends in the recent past and wanted to make sure that we never forgot these great ACC members who where taken before their time.
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Register ASAP - September Cruise to Callaway Gardens!


If you are interested in attending the Cruise to Callaway Gardens for their annual Balloon Festival - please register on the events page AS SOON AS POSSIBLE so that we can reserve a block of rooms!
Contact Angie Guettner for any questions --> - 404.895.7069
Click here to learn about the event and to register -->

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Basic Map for Rick Hendrick Cruise


1. Depart Sugarloaf Parkway
2. Stop 1 - SC Welcome Center
3. Stop 2 - NC Welcome Center
4. Destination - Hotel

Approximate drive time without stops: 3 hrs 39 min

Approximate distance: 235 Miles one way

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Now available: Free email address


Are you having issues with your AOL, Bellsouth or AT&T email address and getting emails and notifications from the Amazing Corvettes website?

We have a limited number of email accounts that we can provide to our members.

These accounts are for club business and should not be used for personal business as we cannot guarantee service on these accounts.

If you would like to have an account, we will use your first and last name. Your account will look like this:

You can access your email account by going to:

Please contact to reserve your email address.

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ACC Members:

If your email address that you used to register on the ACC website is from, then there is a good chance you are not getting our email notifications. has added new security levels to their inbound email and many emails going to users at are being rejected.

If you have a 2nd, non email address I highly recommend you use it instead of your address.

If you have any questions, please contact me at

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Tax Deduction Notice for Christmas Gifts given to DFACS


If you provided funds, or Christmas presents for our gift drive for DFACS (Division of Family and Children Services) this past Christmas, here is how to claim your gift on your taxes for 2015.

Direct from the horses mouth (the Accountant) - simply add a cash donation to your charitable contributions on your schedule A, and notate that it went to DFACS for Needy Children

As always, check with your own tax professional to ensure proper credit for your donation.

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Electric Corvette? Say it ain't so ....

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Speculation of an Electric Corvette Grows After GM Trademarks ‘Corvette E-Ray’

How do you feel about this? Comment below.

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1997 - 2004 C5 Steering Wheel Position Sensor


Recently had a conversation with Sam Mahdavi at Mahdavi Motor Sports in Lilburn.

He recommends that anyone owning a C5 Corvette, if not already replaced, to purchase a spare Steering Wheel Position Sensor. He said that GM is no longer manufacturing this item and it is a high failure item in higher mileage and now, as they age, older C5 Corvettes. The part can be had from many online retailers for under $100.

I purchased mine on Ebay for my 2003 C5. -->|Model%3ACorvette&hash=item1ea4bb6c0f:g:ZeQAAOSwHjNWBY--&vxp=mtr

Here is a forum thread on the subject -->

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*** IMPORTANT *** Tate House Menu for December 13th - 2015 Cruise


*** Please vote by 12:00 noon on Friday 12-11-2015 ***

To all of you who have registered for the Tate House Cruise with Lunch at the Woodbridge Inn afterwards, I have received a request from the Hostess at Woodbridge Inn.

Being that we have 53 people for lunch she is concerned that everyone ordering from the menu could cause a delay in service from their kitchen. Because she would like everyones experience to be the best possible she has provided a menu that we can select from assuring us of the best possible service experience. Having the menu information in advance will aid them in preparing for our arrival.

Please note a lack of response will mean they will not have any information about your lunch request. So please respond ASAP so we can assure ourselves of the best luncheon they can provide.

I need to know from each you who are going to join us for lunch and what is your selection. Please respond to this email with the selection for all in your party by name. If there are some people who have special dietary requirements outside of the proposed menu, I will see what can be done to accommodate your needs.

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Jan Magnussen: New Corvette tested; fresh hopes for Kevin


By: Jan Magnussen, Driver columnist

In his final column for this year, Jan Magnussen looks back on his GTLM season of highs and lows – and forward to son Kevin’s Porsche LMP1 test.
The 2015 season has come to an end but there is really no such thing as an off-season any more.

We had the first test with the updated version of the Corvette C7.R last week at Sebring and things went pretty well. It’s quite a bit different than last year’s car, but I think everybody was pretty happy with it.

The new technical regulations for 2015 will make the GTLM cars faster with extra horsepower but mainly more downforce. So it is going to be interesting to see how the balance between the GTLM and the GTD cars works out next year.

The GT3 cars that are coming in to the GTD class, all of those are pretty fast and they have a lot of horsepower, so I think we’ll be quick in different areas.

They’ll be fast down the straights and we’ll be fast in the corners. I don’t know how much of a difference it’s going to make.

Looking forward to added competition

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