Welcome to the NCRS Texas Chapter
Who we are....
The NCRS Texas Chapter was founded by local members of the National Corvette Restorers Society. Our mission is to promote the restoration, preservation, history and enjoyment of the Chevrolet Corvette. Membership in the Texas Chapter is available to all current members of the NCRS national organization. If you already own a Corvette, or are planning to purchase one and would like to know more about the NCRS and our Texas chapter, feel free to contact us.
driving a vintage Corvette, especially a roadster with the top down, you
get such a flood of sensory input; steering that is undampened, usually a
four speed to mix the gears as desired, a sharp exhaust note, wind in your
face, the smell of exhaust and last but not least the view over that
unique hood. I believe it is these sensory inputs that may cause a virus
that leads to Corvette fever.
"The Talepipe" Summer 1996
Membership in the NCRS Texas Chapter has many benefits such as restoration techniques from professionals, technical information, and publications can assist you in finding rare parts to restore or maintain your Corvette.
As a member of the Texas Chapter, you’ll receive a copy of our newsletter, The Talepipe, which is published quarterly. You also will have access to all the knowledge, help, and advice of other chapter members and the entire NCRS family.
We hold several local events each year. Here are just some examples of activities:
- Technical seminars
- Judging schools
- Regional meets
- Road Tour
- Charity events
Come visit us at any of our events and you can share your experience and meet other Corvette enthusiasts from the great state of Texas and all around the country.
We love our Corvettes and it's our pleasure to share with other people, whether it’s to help find that first project car, repair a broken spring or restore an old classic to its original glory. If you share the same passion, we would love to have you join us. Still not sure? Just come to one of our chapter events and meet us. Guests are always welcome.