National Corvette Restorers Society (NCRS)
Formed in 1974, the National Corvette Restorers Society (NCRS) is a non-profit hobby group of 15,800+ families dedicated to the restoration, preservation, history and enjoyment of Corvettes made from the model years 1953 through 1996.
lf you are looking for a 1953 - 96 Corvette: The seller is telling you "the numbers match". Do you know what they mean? Are they truthful? Join the NCRS and learn from all of the information we have gathered in the last 38 years to make a wise decision when you purchase your Corvette. lf you already own a 1953 - 96 Corvette: No matter what you are up to, NCRS members have been there before. Benefit from all of the information we have gathered in the last 38 years to make better and smarter decisions as you restore and maintain your valuable Corvette.
NCRS membership includes your subscription to the Award Winning Quarterly - The Corvette Restorer Magazine. Four information packed issues per year - many how to do it articles, event coverage and award recognition are just a few examples of what is included.
Membership also provides you six issues per year of The Driveline publication. Buy, sell or trade parts of Corvettes with free ads for all members. Plus vendors ads for services and parts that you will not find in other publications. A calendar of future events is reported in each issue.
NCRS Flight Judging is recognized around the world as "THE STANDARD" in determining originality. The Flight Judging System is designed to educate each owner about their car as well as provide recognition for excellence in the areas of restoration, performance or preservation. You can learn to judge through participation. Start out as an Observer Judge and work your way up to Master Judge, like Jim White and Phil Pitalo, through the Judges Recognition Program.
Nationwide events are a member benefit. Each year NCRS sponsors one National Convention, eight Regional Meets and dozens of Chapter Meets. There are road tours, social events, technical sessions, judging schools and more.
Technical information that is available to NCRS members through in-house sources is a valuable benefit. When you join the NCRS, you obtain immediate access to the combined knowledge of thousands of previous members. A group of nineteen Technical Advisors, recognized as authorities in their respective fields, are only an email away. Whatever problems you might run into have more than likely been solved in past years by other NCRS members. Why re-invent the wheel? The on-line Technical Discussion Board provides members a forum to ask questions and then receive replies from very knowledgeable Corvette enthusiasts. Technical Discussion topics can be searched and retrieved from a vast archive of material. A new NCRS Classified Advertisement site has been launched and a Historic Document Service is also now available to membership.
How to join the NCRS
Joining the NCRS
can be done on-line at www.ncrs.org
. One year dues are US $35 for the United States Postal Region.
If you are a past member (even from decades ago), please go to Renew Membership and then call Eric Mortimer at (513) 385-8526
or (513) 385-6367
(M-F days in Cincinnati EST) or e-mail us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org
. We may be able to find your original NCRS
membership number and return it to you.
Texas Chapter of NCRS
Once you are an NCRS
member, a membership in the Texas Chapter of NCRS
brings additional benefits. The Chapter website is www.ncrstexas.org
. The Texas Chapter has been awarded multiple "Top Flight" status by the National organization.
Dues for one year are US $20, two years are US $38 and three years are US $54. Membership questions can be addressed to the Texas Chapter Membership Chairman, Bill King in Kilgore. Bill's phone number is 903-983-2712
and his email address is email@example.com
The Texas Chapter hosts an annual Regional Meet in the fall that attracts Corvettes from Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Louisiana and Colorado along with Master Judges from throughout the USA. Since 2010 this regional event has been in Frisco Texas at the Frisco Convention Center and is already planned for October 2014 and 2015.
The Chapter Road Tour Chairman hosts an annual overnight Road Tour in which all Chapter members are invited to participate. This event provides the opportunity to get members cars on the road again. Several Chapter Meets are held in Houston, Dallas/Fort Worth and San Antonio/Austin areas throughout the year. Additionally, three (3) Area Coordinators organize and host Chapter Technical Sessions at which technical presentations, restoration demonstrations or other interesting topics are presented by knowledgeable members or guest speakers.
You are encouraged to please join us as both a National and Texas Chapter member. Membership applications for both the National and the Texas Chapter organizations can be obtained from the Dallas/Fort Worth coordinator, Doug Aitelli, firstname.lastname@example.org or (817) 296-0763