Matt Barczak felt numb to have a chance to see this 1957 Corvette he’d heard about almost his entire life. Then, when the barn door opened and he saw the ’57 this “ridiculous” feeling came over him, which was his impression of the scene, set inside a pole barn on a farm outside the small town of Glen Campbell, Pennsylvania.
I have to say that the “exploded” nature of the disassembled Corvette with its parts lying around and intermingled with other car parts would give any restorer pause. But the opportunity to own his 1957 Corvette would make it all worth it in the end. I would love to see a follow up on this project in a couple of years.
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