How long have you wanted a Corvette?  Is it time?  If you are thinking about owning one, or need maintenance on your Corvette please give us a call.  We opened our doors in 1975, and cater to Corvette owners, and future Corvette owners.  The Corvette is a special unique automobile.  Don't let just anyone work on your Corvette, only trust Corvette experts.  Acquiring a Corvette is not a spur of the moment decision.  So we understand you may have questions about America's premier sports car.  We want you to feel welcome to stop by and talk to us about our passion, Corvettes.

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Saturday 9am - 3pm or by Appointment
Closed Sundays


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Cancelled - Saturday, May 10, 2020 - Fun in the Sun Car Show at the Corvette Center of Colorado Springs 


"Ric's always helpful nice cars for sale plenty of parts and service available"  Tony Russano

"Awesome place, friendly owner." Isaac Ramirez 


" I had some work done on my Corvette on Saturday October 6th. Rick and his crew were some of the nicest people I have ever met. They did a super job working on my Corvette, and the price was excellent when they were finished. I would recommend Rick and his crew to anyone and everyone! Thanks Ric for your help and Special Touch! I will definitely be going back in the future for anything that I need done on my Corvette!"  Eugene M. 


  1. Are they any Corvette clubs in the area?  &

2.  How many Corvette generations are there?

Generation 1 also known as C1: 1953 to 1962

Generation 2 also known as C2: 1963 to 1967

Generation 3 also known as C3: 1968 to 1982

Generation 4 also known as C4: 1984 to 1996

Generation 5 also known as C5: 1997 to 2004

Generation 6 also known as C6: 2005 to 2013

Generation 7 also known as C7: 2014 to 2019

Generation 9 also known as C8: 2020 to ?

3. Are all Corvettes made of fiberglass?

All production Corvette are made of fiberglass (hand-laid or press-molded).  Late model Corvettes are made from a molded composite material containing stranded fiberglass. Two metal prototypes (aluminium & steel) were made in 1958 that were not made of fiberglass.