Corvette Super Sports


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Corvette Super Sports car club was founded in 1959. We welcome Corvette owners to our meeting on the first Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm at the SIZZLER Steak Seafood and Salad Bar, 1401 N. Harbor Blvd. in Fullerton (Harbor Blvd. at Brea Blvd.) Map

We are a very active club and encourage visitors to check us out. Come early to mingle and dine.



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Corvette Ten Commandments

I. Thou shalt not loan a Corvette to anyone.

II. Thou shalt not bring a Corvette to an automatic car wash.

III. Thou shalt not fail to wave at a fellow owner.

IV. Thou shall not swear at Corvette ------ for it is very temperamental.

V. Thou shalt not cruise on unpaved road.

VI. Thou shalt not pass a fellow Corvette owner in distress.

VII. Thou shalt not feed with budget grade fuel.

VIII. Thou shalt not expose Corvette to severe weather conditions.

IX. Thou shalt not forget to secure vehicle.

X. Thou shalt not acknowledge a Porsche or 370Z as being a true sports car.



The Original 1957 Chevrolet Corvette Super Sport Racer (SSR) 

The Car Our Club Was Named After 


The Chevrolet Corvette 'SS' was an experimental magnesium-bodied car and set a New Lap Record at Sebring, Florida, in 1957. But success at Sebring for this stunning racer was unfortunately short lived. Although the SS was extremely fast for its day (top recorded speed of 183 mph), a suspension problem forced it to retire from the race after 23 laps in the Sebring 12-Hour race. Juan Manuel Fangio, the winner at Sebring in 1957, was impressed enough with the car to test the SS under practice conditions. The results was astonishing.
Fangio completed a full lap a full 3:27.4 seconds faster in a car he had never driven before than other drivers could in cars they were experienced driving.General Motors was enthusiastic about the potential of the SS based on results from practice and lap speeds. Shortly thereafter, the Automobile Manufacturers Association announced its opposition to factory involvement in motorsports and the SS project was shelved, although the SS was resurrected long enough to lap Daytona International Speedway at 155 mph during opening-day ceremonies in 1959(The birth year of our club).It has served as the forerunner of many Corvette sports/racing models
. More pictures of this amazing car and the Original Chevrolet Corvette SS video can be found in our Clubs History

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