It happened early last year 2014 (more specifically February 12) when the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green attended the release of its ground fruit of earthwork severely damaging some of the jewels inside he were since a hole of no less than 10 meters deep and 12 meters in diameter thus sweeping all units plundering their path was generated.
Since the brand they opted for the restoration of three of the eight units damaged and keep the rest in the state that were left after the incident as a new form of attraction of the museum. And he worked well: after reopening its doors Corvette Museum visits increased exponentially.
The first unit to be completely restored again was the Corvette ZR-1 Blue Devil 2009 whose damage proved not as severe as those suffered by the 1000000th unit of a 1992 Corvette which was seriously damaged especially in its pillar many body panels paint and interior trim red.
It is precisely with this unit now that they have to work and to achieve maximum precision and attention in its restoration the expert team of the Design Center are usually those responsible for making prototypes will responsible for carrying it out.
Once the unit is restored a million the last to return to its glory days will drive the Corvette in 1962. By the time we leave some images of what the unit was millionth Corvette leaving waiting to see in September end result.
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