LAKE ORION (WWJ) – Organizers are getting ready for one of the more unique classic car events of the summer — one that focuses on Corvettes — the all-American muscle car.

More than 150 classic Corvettes will be at Olde World Canterbury Village in Lake Orion for the fest on June 17 says WWJ AutoBeat Reporter Jeff Gilbert.

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“I grew up in Warren, Michigan,” says organizer Tom Hoenle, “in the 12 Mile and Van Dyke area in the shadow of the GM Tech Center — seeing all those people come out of the Tech Center in their Corvettes especially – that 1963 split window – just set me off about Corvettes.”

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The collection of flashy, fast cars on Saturday, June 17, is all for a good cause – the fundraiser will benefit Leader Dogs for the Blind in Rochester Hills.

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Find more information on the 2017 Corvette Fest Fundraiser/ Leader Dogs for the Blind [here].