About Corvettes of Southern California

Corvettes of Southern California (CSC) was founded in 1956 by six Corvette owners. By October 1957, the club was incorporated in the State of California as a non-profit organization. Use of the Corvette insignia was approved for the club logo by Chevrolet in 1957. It is one of the oldestCorvette clubs in the United States with over 100 members.

The specific and primary purpose of CSC is to stimulate and promote the interests and pleasures of owning and driving the "Great American Sports Car"--the Chevrolet Corvette! CSC members enjoy competition as well as monthly social events with our Corvettes. These events may be planned by CSC members or by other Corvette clubs, and may include caravans to one-day, weekend, or multi-day events.

On the major anniversaries of the National Corvette Museum, CSC makes a trip to Bowling Green to participate in the festivities. "It's a fun time--seeing the USA in our Corvettes!" --Linda M.

National Corvette Museum Corporate Member

CSC maintains a corporate membership in the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The NCM is a non-profit keeper of the Corvette's past, present and future heritage.

Giving Back and Community Involvement

The club collects gently used and new stuffed animals, "Cuddlers", for distribution to needy and/or abused children through the Orange County Chapter of the Salvation Army. In addition, for the past seven years we have held a blood drive for the American Red Cross.

Highlights of Past Events

  • 46th annual weekend trip to Cambria
  • On The Road Again (OTRA) to New Mexico for the hot air Balloon Festival
  • 7th annual American Red Cross Blood Drive
  • Afternoon theater at the Laguna Playhouse
  • Night at the Races in Los Alamitos
  • Annual Super Bowl party, holiday party, and awards party

Planned Events for 2017