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The National Corvette Restorers Society (NCRS) which focused primarily on the first three generations of the Corvette family now welcomes 1984-1986 Corvettes into the fold! The early C4 Corvettes are beginning to reach Classic Car status and so the NCRS has begun judging these Corvettes. 

My car went through the process on March 23rd 2003 and received the NCRS Top Flight Award. The NCRS judging teams  examine a car in depth in these areas: Chassis, Mechanical, Exterior, Interior and Operations. The judging teams spend the better part of a day evaluating a car. When the process is over you are given the opportunity to discuss the finding with the judges and to dispute any findings you feel are incorrect.

Awards given are:

  • Top Flight (score of 94+)
  • 2nd Flight (score of 85+)
  • 3rd Flight (score of 75+)

My scores:
Category Possible
Points
Deductions Bonus
Points
Score Scoring
Sheets (.jpg's)
Chassis 649 -37 0 612 [1] [2] [3] [4]
Mechanical 1,158 -31 0 1,127 [1] [2] [3] [4]
Exterior 1,179 -149 0 1,030 [1] [2] [3] [4]
Interior 774 -20 0 754 [1] [2] [3] [4]
Operations 740 -4 +3 739 [1] [2]    
Total Points 4,500 -241 +3 4,262        
Net Score / 45        
  = 94.7        
Driving Points +.3        
Final Score 95.0 [1]