I don’t know about you, but I love seeing restoration work that qualifies as a “work of art.” Sometimes that description applies to a whole car and sometimes it applies just to a part of the car. Today I stopped to see a couple of guys in Crescent, Pa., who have turned the restoration of early Corvette windshields and fiberglass hardtops into a true art form.
Chances are, you or I could probably buy a Corvette and live pretty well with the windshield or hardtop it has. Or we might try to restore these parts ourselves and do a real decent job. HOWEVER – if we wanted the car to look like a “crown” jewel and win Top Flight Awards – then it’s probably time to send our parts to Matt, Larry and Joe at Glassworks/The Hardtop Shop.
Youthful though they are, these talented craftsmen have literally perfected the job of making a car with one of their windshields or tops stand out from the pack.
But don’t take my word on this. You have a computer (or you wouldn’t be reading this blog) so visit U-Tube and search for Joe’s videos on Corvette windshields and Corvette hardtops. He has created four informative presentations that any early ‘Vette collector will definitely want to see.