The featured car is a C5R Corvette racecar that's one of only twenty in the world.
May 4, 2007
Thomasville-- Car lovers listen up- You can enjoy your favorite pastime and help disaster victims at the same time.
Roy Campbell Chevrolet and Xtreme Motorsports are teaming up in Thomasville for a good cause. On Saturday thirty to fifty corvettes will be on display, along with a silent auction, door prizes a lots of other fun things.
The event will benefit the American Red Cross, specifically the tornado victims in Americus and Enterprise, Alabama. "We're going to have a lot of different kind of corvettes on display here, all different ages, all different colors and styles, so it will be quite a show," says Roy Campbell.
Chris Harwood of Xtreme Motorsports adds, "this is something they'll want to see, especially corvette owners. This is something corvette owners will really appreciate."
The featured car on display is a C5R Corvette racecar that Harwood built from the ground up. It's one of only twenty in the world.
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