Pierce-Arrow museum scores a coup with $6.3 million donation of classic Corvettes

Martin Milner and George Maharis rode a sleek, low-slung, long-hooded Chevrolet Corvette, wandering from episode to episode in the popular early-1960s series “Route 66.”

Jan and Dean and the Beach Boys sang about the archetypal sports car. Later, Prince did as well in “Little Red Corvette.”

Movies associated with fast cars have also long showed off Corvettes, from the James Bond film “Live and Let Die” to “Furious 7.”

“Corvettes were everything,” recalled Larry Lewis, who owns Corvettes and Performance Specialties in East Amherst. “If you were a Chevy guy, Corvettes were the ultimate.”

Until now, the Pierce-Arrow Buffalo Transportation Museum didn’t have one

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