Before any vehicle goes on display at the Museum of the American G.I., it undergoes a ground-up restoration. All vehicles are completely disassembled and restored with original parts prior to reassembly to original factory or field condition. Depending on the size and original condition of the vehicle, each restoration takes between 2,000 and 4,000 man hours.
Current restoration projects include:
- WWI French Renault FT-17 Light Tank (restored and on display)
- WWI Nash Quad (restored and on display)
- WWI FWD Truck
- Vietnam M50A1 Ontos Multiple Gun Carriage
- WWII M3 Lee Tank
- WWII LVT4A Amphibian Tank