Feb 15, 2019
Episode 81: The widow, owner of the 1964 referenced in this post, had asked her son-in-law to help her find a buyer for the '64 Corvette. With Derek's uncle (the original owner, Barry Glushyn) having worked on a 1963 Corvette knew Werner Meier, owner of Masterworks. Masterworks tackles different makes, but has worked on over 1,000 Corvettes. Ultimately, Warner Meier purchased the Corvette with the thought that one client who had previously expressed interest in buying a "styling" Corvette might be interested in having Werner build a 'styling' Corvette for them.
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