On Thursday morning, the “Sort of Licensed Troubleshooter” drove his #007 Silver Flare Corvette to the airport and offers us this new gallery of photos showing the Corvette Assembly Plant, the National Corvette Museum, and the NCM Motorsports Park taken at an altitude of over 1,000 feet!
Behind the Corvette Assembly Plant lies a vast parking lot for completed 2021 Corvettes where they are staged and assembled for transports. Despite the reduced production this month due to the earlier plant closures, the lot looks as busy as ever! We can view the Corvettes wrapped in their white transport covers while closer to the rear of the facility is a sea of multi-colored Corvettes that will soon be wrapped once they’ve completed all quality checks and are signed off to ship.
After taking a number of photos over the Corvette Assembly Plant, Adam then gets some altitude and offers up some great photos of the National Corvette Museum and the NCM Motorsports Park. We know from last week’s weather reports how bad things were up there, but now, just a little over a week later, and the ground is mostly cleared of snow.
We appreciate Adam sharing these photos with us!
Photos by Adam K. Ellison
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