Have you ever been curious to see what goes on when the National Corvette Museum acquires a classic Corvette and readies it for display? For those who have, NCM has announced plans to annex the Maintenance and Preservation Viewing Area, which will allow visitors to observe the restoration process of the iconic vehicles.
The featured video goes over what one can expect to see after the new addition is complete. Can you imagine being a witness to the revitalization of the 1962 Chevrolet ‘Sinkhole’ Corvette, or the first start-up of the 1983 Chevrolet Corvette?
While the historical significance will be appealing to us car nerds, there’s also the simple satisfaction of seeing what happens “behind the scenes.” We can just imagine what it would be like to go to such a place as a kid, and being filled with the same sensation of awe that one gets when they go to Macy’s to see Santa Claus.
In order to make the experience even more rich, this new area will also be used to host seminars and classes on car care, maintenance, and basic mechanics. If you wish to assist the museum with this project, you can make a tax deductible donation to its GoFundMe campaign.