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Chevrolet Hall of Fame Museum Display

Unread post by bbodie52 » Mon Oct 30, 2017 7:47 am

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Eva McGuire wrote:My Corvair Monza Junior go kart made it safely to the new Corvair Museum. I'm so honored it's sitting next to the last 1969 Corvair Fisher Body shell #6001 right now. A big thank you to all those involved in packing items from Michigan and unloading in Decatur, IL. — at Chevrolet Hall of Fame Museum.
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Re: Chevrolet Hall of Fame Museum Display

Unread post by Trip » Mon Oct 30, 2017 11:01 pm

Awesome Brad! You are my hero sir, I do my best to learn and pass on Corvair knowledge but you've got me beat by miles. IL is a very long drive for me, is this museum worth driving 1,700 miles round trip? I wouldn't think twice about it if gas wasn't so damned expensive. As much as I enjoyed seeing the Super Monza and the turbo engine cutaway at the CPF museum in Ypsilanti, I wouldn't spend hundreds of dollars to go. For a first visit to the Heritage center on the other hand, that's worth traveling from ANYWHERE for!

I know the stories of #6000 and #5999, you got a link for info on the never completed #6001 Brad?
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