TOLL BROTHER'S NEW DEVELOPMENT
OPEN HOUSE AND CAR SHOW
A NEW STANDARD WAS SET
CAR OF THE MONTH
FOR MORE EXCITING ADVENTURES OF THE CLUB PLEASE REFER TO OUR CALENDER & PHOTOS PAGE LOCATED ABOVE
WELCOME TO THE COLOR COUNTRY CORVETTE CLUB
GOING ON OUR 18 TH YEAR
Color Country Corvette Club.
St George, Southern UT, Mesquite, NV, Beaver Dam, AZ
Our club was founded by Doug and Anne Rosa in 2006 for Corvette owners that have the common interest of enjoying and driving what we consider to be the ultimate American sports-muscle car icon.
Our club functions include day and weekend cruises, breakfast, lunch and club dinners, car shows, charity events and above all FUN.
Prospective members are welcome and encouraged to attend a club meeting and event. However, to become a club member you must own a Corvette.
Color Country Corvettes is a non-profit organization and does not condone drinking and driving.
All of us here at Color Country Corvettes would like to say thank you to Stephen Wade Chevrolet staff for their help and sponsorship.
Located at 1670 S Hilton Dr St George, UT 84770
Sales (435) 767-0676 Service (435) 525-2004
Paul Styka Secretary
In our younger days Judy and I talked of someday owning a corvette. At the time we were riding motorcycles together and hadn’t the time or the money for both. The closest I came to corvettes were the ones I had to pull over for traffic violations. My first “hot rod” was a 1956 Buick Special. I paid $350 for it. Then a 350 Camaro. Another was a 1964 Impala with a 327 under the hood. Hardly a hot rod. I did drive a fuel oil truck for seven years before I became a cop, but it was kind of a dog.
Finally, Judy and I bought a beautiful pre-owned 2006 C6 Monterey Red convertible with only 17000 miles on the clock. It was on the lot at Steven Wade here in town. Somehow my friend, Mike Roe, talked us into selling it to him. Soon we regretted our decision and purchased another C6 convertible, this time a black 2007. Judy and I really enjoyed the black ‘Vette and put in some fun miles.
Then disaster…..Judy passed away and our Corvette days together were over. I still love Corvettes, but I am selling the one I have now. Too many memories of Judy associated with it. I hope to replace it with a coupe. I am not so enamored with rag tops as I am getting older, and my dermatologist says to limit my time in the higher elevation Utah sun.