Welcome to Web Wednesday!
Your digital outlet to Dynamic Corvettes!
Our sponsored car show is this weekend!!
Come one, come all! Bring your classic Corvette or classic muscle car!! Enter to win some prizes!!
This year we are very excited to have a 2 day event!
Saturday, July 16th – We will be putting on our very first BIKE RUN!
This BIKE RUN will consist of escorting the Michigan Vietnam Veteran Traveling Memorial Wall from the American Legion on Weiss Rd to Old Town Saginaw for display.
THEN, the bikes will roll out from Old Town to Sanford to visit the National Vietnam Veteran Traveling Memorial Wall!
Sunday, July 17th – 10th annual OLD TOWN MOTORFEST!
The same car show you have come to know and love turns 10 this year!
ALL MAKES & MODELS WELCOME! CLUBS WELCOME! CAR, TRUCK, or MOTORCYCLE!
As always, CASH awards will be given out EVERY 30 minutes along with awards for the “BEST” categories.
Registration is $20 for the show – Receive a $5 discount if you show us your CHALLENGE COIN from last year’s show!
You may pre-register by stopping in Dynamic Corvettes @ 308 N. Hamilton St, Saginaw MI 48602 up to Friday, July 15th.
Or you may register the day of the show on the corner of Michigan and Court St inside THE SAGINAW NEWS!
For more information, please visit the Old Town Motorfest website
or call Dynamic Corvettes @ 989-249-1100!
Last week Ed and Jordan disassembled the chassis for the 1965 Corvette. After removing all of the suspension, we loaded up the frame in the truck and took it down the paint strippers for a complete acid bath. Once the frame is finished, we will then take the frame to be A-coated inside and out.
Steve and Ed have completely removed the interior of this 1979 Corvette. Afterwards, Steve started to lay down new underlayment on the cockpit floor and assembling the new dash pad. After the new dash pad was installed and set, They started to assemble the center console with new side panels, small gauge bezel, shifter bezel and etc. Along with getting a new interior, Ed has started to disassemble the rear brakes for replacement and has replaced the headlight v-bar support in the front.
The 1968 Corvette came back for some more repairs. Ed replaced the headlight actuators, the bulbs, and the turn signal switch in the column.
Corey and Tyler continue to work on the 1958 Corvette getting all of the exterior trim pieces fitting to the vehicle before we enter the primer stage.
A good customer of ours pulled his 1975 Corvette out of storage this year for the car show! After fully inspecting the vehicle overall, we were happy to report to the owner that nothing was needed and he is ready to roll this weekend!