The National Automobile Museum has announced its next topic for the Second Thursday Talks will feature a discussion on the 1923 “Copper-Cooled” Chevrolet. The World’s rarest Chevrolet and the genius behind it.
It will be held on Thursday, July 11, 2019, 1:30 – 2 p.m., in the Museum’s Theatre. Enjoy a 30-minute talk, Q&A, refreshments and a unique piece of history.
Cost: Free to Museum members. Included with paid admission. Otherwise, $5 per person to attend the talk.
Talk: 1923 “Copper-Cooled” Chevrolet. World’s rarest Chevrolet and the genius behind it.
Presented by Museum Docent John Sell
Speaker: John Sell
John Sell is a docent at the National Automobile Museum and retired tech executive. He was the founder/CEO of Network Computing Services, the Minnesota Supercomputer Center Inc., and Research Equipment Inc., all companies that provided high-performance computing services to industry, academia, and the United States government. He is a former Center Director/Principal Investigator for the National Science Foundation (NSF) Advanced Scientific Supercomputing Center program and one of the people responsible for the Department of Defense Army High Performance Computing Research Center. His love of automobiles began at the age of three with a 1956 Corvette pedal car.