Membership in the NCRS includes subscriptions to two of the finest Corvette club publications available.
The Corvette Restorer Magazine, published quarterly is the most authoritative source available for restoration information. Articles submitted by members are full of experience in doing the things that are required to restore and service our cars. Research articles on the way that Chevrolet engineered, produced and tested our cars some 20 to 60 years ago answer questions that we could not find in any other source.
The Driveline Magazine is published bimonthly. It is full of members (free) ads to buy, sell, or swap cars and parts with other members. There are also ads for members looking for previous owners, or documentation for various cars. The Driveline also contains ads for many of the Vendors that support our hobby. It is a great one stop shopping experience for the Corvette Restorer.
The Corvette Restorer Magazine
Our quarterly magazine was recently described by Richard Prince in Vette Magazine as:
Old Cars Weekly has honored The Corvette Restorer with 15 Golden Quill awards. Members use the magazine's 52 pages to learn and share historical, restoration, and technical material. No ads ever. Best of all, you can benefit from over 35 years of amassed knowledge because members can get copies of any article that we've ever printed.
Members are encouraged to submit articles to the NCRS Restorer Magazine. Information about how to submit an article to be considered for publication is available.
The Driveline Newsletter
The Driveline is also used to keep members updated on NCRS Chapter events, Regional meets, the National Convention and other hobby news. As a special members-only service, the NCRS sells Corvette books and literature at far below retail prices through the Driveline.
Schedule for Driveline and Restorer Magazines. Driveline Only *