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A Thank You Letter from Vietnam Veterans of America: Chapter 154
This is a letter we received from the handlers of the Michigan Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall after our Old Town Association presented them with a donation. We are very thankful for all that they do for the families and veterans in the state of Michigan.
Pictures below are from this year’s Old Town Motorfest and when Steve, Kathy, Russ and Cindy presented the check to the Chapter representative.
It’s that time again to put the cars away for the winter time slumber! Thank you to everybody who has called and shown interest in storing a vehicle with us this winter! Dynamic Corvettes is now full! We are at capacity and can not take anymore!
Still looking for affordable winter storage? Contact Jim at General Top and Trim, which is only 5 blocks south from Dynamic Corvettes!
The guys have gotten the 1966 Corvette body detached from the chassis. Once the body was removed, they quickly went to work and removed all of the suspension, engine, transmission and rear differential. With the chassis completely stripped of parts, we can now take the frame to the acid dipper followed by the a-coater. When the frame returns it will look brand new!
This 1987 Corvette came in the other day for some light insurance work. The outer door skin, window glass and glass top will need to be replaced. Followed by painting the new door skin and blending into the hood, fender and rear quarter. Sam has gotten the old door skin removed and is currently waiting for the new skin to arrive.
The owner of this 1984 Corvette wanted some troublesome paint issues to be fixed this winter. Sam and Corey quickly got to work and started to address them. Afterwards, this vehicle will move over to the mechanical side for Ed to replace the intake and exhaust!
Corey got the 1958 Corvette back in the booth to paint a few more areas. He painted the center console, trunk and convertible top compartment. Next step is to install the new dash pad and windshield. Once those tasks are completed, the vehicle will be going home with the owner to have the interior re-done.
The owner of this 1970 Corvette is getting a full restoration. Mark has started to disassemble the vehicle by removing the interior first, followed by the exterior items. Once the car has been completely stripped of all the parts, Mark and Corey will then mask off the body and start to strip the paint with a chemical stripper.