To become a new member or renew your membership click HERE and complete the membership application. When finished, click SEND on bottom of application page and you will be redirected to PAYPAL where you can pay your dues.


The Corvette Club of Northern Delaware was established in 1973 by a group of Corvette enthusiasts.

CCND holds Cruise nights at the Pike Creek Shopping Center the first Saturday of each month, April through October. Additionally, we will hold two indoor shows at the Concord Mall in 2018 – Sunday, April 29 and Sunday, October 28. Proceeds from our events benefit local charities.

We also enjoy brunch & dinner cruises throughout the year. The club hosts an annual picnic and Christmas party. We also support other clubs in the area by attending their shows and cruise nights to help support their charities.

Membership is $35 per year for the entire family!  Click here Application to apply.

The CCND March 13th. meeting will be held at Michael’s Restaurant, 1000 Churchmans Rd, Newark, DE 19713 at 7:30 PM. Join us for dinner at 6 PM.

CCND Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 10132
Wilmington, DE 19850


Please visit our club supporters:


2101 Pennsylvania Avenue, Wilmington, DE 19806

Sales: 866-405-5831      Service: 877-320-2120



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Dave Witman and Ed Pearce, Delaware Classic Corvettes LLC

108 Pine Valley Drive, Middletown, DE  19709            Phone: 302-690-6370 or 302-690-6339  






Beth Molnar, Keller Williams Realty, 1521 Concord Pike #102, Wilmington, DE 19803   Phone: 302-545-5049






Harold Holeman  





We urge you to take a moment to visit the National Corvette Restorers Society and the National Corvette Museum sites:

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For a very comprehensive list of cruises and shows in the Mid-Atlantic region, check out Cruising News Magazine.


CCND is a proud supporter of the Ministry of Caring, a community-based nonprofit organization that provides a network of social, health and support services for those living in poverty, including the homeless and working poor, in greater Wilmington.