Corvette brings friends together
In 1963, the Corvette Stingray set a new standard for sports cars. It wasn’t just another sports car, it had style. It was light and handled unlike any sports car for its time. It swam along the road, and people noticed.
So, when Larry Clement brought his ’63 Corvette to his class reunion at Cardinal Hills last weekend, he wasn’t just showing off a collectible item: It became a centerpiece for the reunion. It symbolized more than just success in business for himself and his close friends Tom Ross and Jim Getz. It wasn’t just about nostalgia. For them, this car symbolized their camaraderie. It reminded them of their class’s prowess on the gridiron, court, pool, track, stage and even the debate round.
The trio’s senior year was laced with success. The basketball team won the championship game. The debate team won numerous awards and so did several individuals for their musical abilities. But Ross and Clement said it wasn’t all because of the students.
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