Man on the moon: Neil Armstrong's Corvette lands in Daytona

By Godwin Kelly
The Daytona Beach News Journal

DAYTONA BEACH -- Neil Armstrong's beloved 1967 Chevy Corvette has touched down in Daytona Beach, signaling the dawn of a lengthy mission.

The final objective: Return the vehicle to the same condition it was in when the first man to walk on the moon proudly wheeled it around two years before his historic step.

Step 1 in the preservation process was taken Thursday, when a team of experts documented every inch of the sports car, carefully handling it like a giant egg. The group, led by local automobile preservation activist Eric Gill, inspected, photographed and took video of the machine in a modest privately owned shop with a lift.

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