The following page contains the links to the various entities BRCC is either associated with, is sponsored by, or has information involving the Corvette.  

Club Affiliations

All BRCC members join NCCC when they apply for membership in our club.

The purpose of NCCC is to promote interest in Corvette ownership and operation, to publish information on the use and operation of the Corvette, and to establish an organized effort to encourage others to participate in the enjoyment connected with the use and ownership of the Corvette.

This site provides a listing of all Corvette Clubs in the Southwest Region. It also provides schedules for activities sponsored by them, along with a listing of Officers and meeting minutes.

Do not miss a visit to this site. It is beautiful and full of information for Corvette owners. It will also make you want to take the trip and see for yourself, this wonderful museum dedicated to the true American sports car, the Corvette.

Local Corvette Clubs

The membership of Cowtown support our car show by showing up year after year to show their beautiful cars. During the year they have events that we can participate in such as their car show. They also have a Super Speedway Weekend which you may attend. So check their calendar for information on open events that they host.

Lone Star also hosts some events that members of other clubs may attend. This club puts on a huge car show in the Spring at Texas Motor Speedway. It's worth the trip to see all the beautiful cars. Check their calendar to see if there are events you are interested in attending.

Consumer Affairs Article written by: by Kate Williams, Ph.D

How much does it cost to ship a car?


Whether someone is moving cross country, needing a car shipped from out of state, or is not wanting to put unnecessary miles on their car, we created a costless online article to help consumers find the best information on the shipment, while guaranteeing their vehicle is delivered safely and on time.

The article covers 6 important points about shipping a car:

1. Avoid being scammed

2. What affects your shipping costs

3. Shipping a classic car

4. Shipping a car from the U.S.

5. Cost of importing an American vehicle into Europe

6. Shipping your car to the U.S.

NCRS is a prime source of literature, repair suggestions, and expertise.

The club is the largest source for Corvette information of any year. They offer Technical Manuals, Magazines, and free advice from knowledgeable members. The Technical Information Manual for your specific year is probably the best source of information you can have.

Informational Links


As a member of my local car club, we've been holding weekly car talks that are open to the public. They've been a big hit, and I'm surprised at how many younger kids have been showing up!

I've had a few questions about the classics from the teens (I guess muscle cars are really popular with the younger generation again?) so we wanted to talk about the history of them.

One of the kids in the group showed me these classic car guides, which I loved:

About Classic Cars & Corvettes submitted by: Tom  Boyd

Daniel loves classic cars and saw firsthand the challenges of getting spare parts for classic cars.

In his search for information, he found this page about printing classic car parts using 3D Technology

Classic Car Restoration: 3D Printing For your Classic Car Parts     submitted by: Daniel Warren