[POLL] What is Corvette Repair Revealing at Amelia Island Next Month?

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[POLL] What is Corvette Repair Revealing at Amelia Island Next Month?


We’re way overdue for posting one of our world-famous Friday Polls!

Thank goodness our friends over at Corvette Repair, Inc. provided a cliffhanger for us to speculate over. Kevin Mackay and his skilled team at there have restored some of the most significant Corvettes of all time like the 1960 LeMans winning #3 Corvette, the Purple People Eater racer, and the Rebel L88 in addition to countless L88’s, prototypes, and styling cars. Their restorations are widely considered to be among the best in the business.

They’re also responsible for creating some of the most unique rolling displays you’ve ever seen. In the past they’ve built see-through versions of a 1969 L88, a see through 1965 Coupe with the first known Mark IV 427 engine, and a 1967 suspended Corvette exhibit. Don’t forget the Sideways 1971 ZR2 and the 1968 cutaway L88. These Unique Creations are able to showcase the intricacies and attention to detail required for the high-end restoration Corvette Repair has become known for.

Now according to a post on their facebook page, they’ve got something else up their sleeves and its set to be revealed in March at the ritzy Amelia Island Concours D’Elegance. We have no idea what’ll show up in Florida next month, but just going by their post and looking at the photos we going to guess that it’s C1 related this time since they’ve already done several C2’s and C3’s.


This is where we need the help of our loyal readers. Below we’ve listed a few potential things that could be revealed in March. Cast a vote for your favorite.

What kind of project is Kevin Mackay and Corvette Repair Working on for Amelia Island?

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Think all of our choices are wrong? Leave your prediction in the Comments section. Then keep an eye out March 10-12 to see exactly what new Corvette creation Corvette Repair has assembled for us.


Source:
Corvette Repair Inc. / Facebook

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