ZR-1 Collectibles
  Limited Edition Plates from The Hamilton Collection. Several Corvette plates were done in the collection all with 23K gold border.
   

Front View

ZR-1 Net Registry coin done for the Carlisle Corvette show in 2006. Only 100 were made and each one is numbered.

   

Rear View

ZR-1 Net Registry coin done for the Carlisle Corvette show in 2006. Only 100 were made and each one is numbered.

  ZR-1 Net Registry pin done in celebration of the Anniversary of the ZR-1 for Corvettes at Carlisle 2005. Only 300 were made and each one is numbered.
  Chevrolet gave these remake window stickers to attendees of the LEGEND LIVES weekend. It is a copy of the same sticker that was on #448.
   Poster is a 1989 ZR-1 cut-a-way by Dave Kimble.
  1995 Chevrolet dealership poster with small postcard that the dealers would mail to customers
  3 Articles/Booklets from the LEGEND LIVES / LAST ZR-1 party put on by CHEVROLET, the CORVETTE MUSEUM, and the ZR-1 Registry. These were Booklets handed out to attendees that have stories and the itinerary for the weekend events, and the event schedule. One page dedicated to (LEGEND MAKERS) such as JIM PERKINS, DAVID McLELLAN, JIM VanDorn, and LARRY MEROW.
   LT5 Piston Cylinder from a prototype LT5 engine.
   A Dana Forrester ZR-1 print.
  This is the dash plaque that was given to attendees at the LEGEND LIVES. APRIL 27-29, 1995 also an 8.5X11 picture card of the 1995 ZR-1 with 1995 highlights on the back.
  Revell 1/25 scale die cast Eds/Tommy Morrison record breaking car. There is another version made of wood.
  1993 Franklin Mint 40th Anniversary ZR-1.
  Farewell ZR-1 1995 Corvette ZR-1 23 Karat Gold Leaf card and case with Certificate of Authenticity.
  A Dave Kimble cut-a-way ZR-1 poster.
 
Hat from the LEGEND LIVES / LAST ZR-1 weekend put on by CHEVROLET, the CORVETTE MUSEUM, and the ZR-1 Registry.
  This poster was given out at the 1995 Last ZR-1 gathering at the NCM by the ZR-1 Registry.
  One of 3 LT5 Engine cut-a-ways. GM has one, National Corvette Museum has the other and Doug Asay has this one.
  This man was made by a private company to go with the LT5 engine.
  Award that was given to select gm/mercruiser employees that obtain "Master Technician Status". Was also given to some of the engineers who developed the LT-5 at a dinner when the ZR-1 was introduced.
  1989 master technician award. This was given to select gm mechanics as an award of excellence that obtain "Master Technician Status". These awards were made from 1988-1998, this was the only one featuring the LT5 with about 800 made.
  Limited edition ZR-1 information poster.
   Corvette Pin Ball machine by Bally.
  Legend Lives plaque given out at the 1995 NCM ZR-1 Registry event.
  Original rough draft Dave Kimble print, maybe one of a kind.
  Another rough draft original Dave Kimble print, maybe one of a kind.
  A rare pro athlete flyer that was mailed to pro athletes back in 1992.
  This is one of the awards given to people who attended the "Thunder at Stillwater" dinner. It is 1 of 25. Each award was different, made of various LT5 parts and used as a center piece for the table.
   Close up of award.
  Front side of a Limited Edition "Lightning & Thunder" World Endurance run posters.
  Back side of the Limited Edition "Lightning & Thunder" World Endurance run poster.
  1991 Baja boats Wett Vette prototype boat. Used LT5 engine, trailer had 91 ZR-1 wheels and tail lights.
  1991 Baja boats Wett Vette prototype boat. Used LT5 engine, trailer had 91 ZR-1 wheels and tail lights.
  ZR-1 Legend Print done by Danny Whitfield.
  A Danny Whitfield LT5 print.
  A Danny Whitfield Legend Lives ZR-1 poster.
  Various ads from magazines.
  This poster was given out at the ZR-1 Registry National Corvette Museum event and signed by Zora and Dave Mclellan.
  This poster commemorates when GM and Tommy Morrison broke the world records.
  1996 GM poster, including a red 95 ZR-1.
   
  40th Anniversary poster.
  Another "Legend Lives" poster, hard to find.
  National council of corvette clubs 1991 contest poster.
  Blue ZR-1 cut-away puzzle.
  This was given to bowling green employees for the roll out of the 1990 ZR-1.
  Available in 1990 only, this watch could be purchased from GM when you bought a ZR-1.
  This was given to attendees of the 'LEGEND LIVES" dinner. It is a chocolate candy bar.
  This was also given to attendees of the 'LEGEND LIVES" dinner.
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