Steel Town Corvette Club is a charitable organization and all donations are tax deductible. The majority of the funds we raise through our events all goes to local and national charities.
Listed below are the charities recently supported by STCC. Thanks to all who contributed time, expertise and dollars to make these donations possible.
Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank
KDKA Turkey Fund
Autism Society of Pittsburgh
St. Jude's Children's Hospital
The Early Learning Institute
The Children's Heart Foundation
Yellow Ribbon Girls
The Bradley Center
Blind and Vision Rehab
Light of Life
Women's Center of Pittsburgh
Project Bundle Up
Bridgeville Food Bank
Representatives from Steel Town Corvette Club present a donation to the organizers of Santa's Kids.
KDKA matches all donations to the Turkey Fund!
Colussy Chevrolet has sponsored the All-Chevy Show for over 40 years! Contact the dealership for new or pre-owned vehicles and service. The nation's oldest Chevrolet dealer celebrating 103 years. 412-221-1600 or www.colussy.com
Schneider Trucking was a T-shirt sponsor and a trophy sponsor for this year's All-Chevy Show..
"We make scents...YOU MAKE DOLLARS." 724-218-1020.
Join the crowd each Saturday night during the summer for exciting dirt track racing!
Eat in or take out - enjoy a large menu of tasty selections. 412-257-9877 or www.beezbistroandpub.com
www.tssdetailing.com or 412-729-9841.
800-"Service Comes First" 800-660-6757
Mortland's will address your physical therapy needs. 724-942-8990
May 30, 2021, at the 105th Indianapolis 500, a 2021 mid-engine Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Hardtop Convertible lead the 33-car field to the green flag. The 2021 Indy 500 was the 18th time for Corvette.
Powered by a new 6.2L Small Block V-8 LT2 engine, the Corvette convertible produces 495 horsepower and 470 lb-of torque. Along with racing harnesses and emergency lights, the 2021 Corvette Stingray Convertible also was equipped with the Z51 package.
This allows the Corvette a top speed over 180 mph, but the pace car only needed to reach 130 mph at the race.
Production of the new Chevrolet Corvette began on June 30, 1953.
300 Corvettes were produced the first year, all convertibles with a 150hp, high-compression, 6-cylinger valve-in-head “Blue Flame” engine!
Polo white with red interior and black top was only color combination. Available options included a heater and an AM radio.