On the heels of the August 2015, Corvette issue of National Oil & Lube News and more than a year after taking a nose dive into a sinkhole under the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky, General Motors unveiled the restored, millionth Corvette manufactured.
The restoration of the white 1992 convertible took more than four months and 1,200 hours, GM reported. The hood, front fascia and lower panels between the front wheels and doors were replaced in addition to some parts under the hood. GM was careful to preserve the integrity of the vehicle throughout the process, using replacement parts from a Corvette of the same color and time period.
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