Friday, September 4, 2015

restored Corvette

Eighteen months ago, eight Corvettes fell into a sinkhole at the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky.  Some have been restored and some will remain as they were when pulled from the sinkhole.  One Corvette that was destined to be restored is the 1 Millionth Corvette ever built.  It was customized with the signatures of every one who helped build it.  The GM Tech Center in Warren, Michigan has returned the car to the museum completely restored.  30 workers painstakingly studied every detail of the car and used all the parts that could be salvaged.  Even the signatures were saved except for three.  Two of those were scanned and applied to replacement parts.  One was from a worker who was still working for GM so she re-signed the part.  Corvette

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