The Carol's Classic Corvette Story
The story of Carol's Classic Corvettes goes back more than 40 years. Owner Carol Albers got her start in the Corvette business working for R.L. Williams in Easton, PA in the 1970s. She then worked for Grossmueller's Classic Corvettes in Phillipsburg, NJ for nearly two decades until the business was sold by Werner Grossmueller's widow in 2018.
A known name in the classic Corvette business (and a regular at the Corvettes at Carlisle show), Carol has helped thousands of Corvette enthusiasts and restoration shops source NCRS correct reproduction parts, restored original parts and NOS parts for 1953-55 Corvettes. Now, Carol has gone into business on her own to continue the mission of connecting classic Corvette enthusiasts with hard-to-find parts for C1 Corvettes.
The owner of a 1954 Corvette project car herself, Carol is more than just a saleswoman: She has expert knowledge on all the ins and outs of C1 Corvette restoration: what parts are unique to each year, what markings make a part NCRS correct for judging, and where to find replacement parts that haven't been manufactured by GM since the 1950s. Carol's Classic Corvettes has a large inventory of original parts, and also manufactures a number of reproduction C1 parts not made by anyone else.
If Carol doesn't know where to find a part, no one does. Give her a call for all your C1 Corvette parts needs at