I really enjoyed the documentary as well. I signed up for Hulu for the first time a couple of weeks ago and this documentary was one of the first things I watched. Having little knowledge beforehand of what went into the restoration, I was 1) surprised and amazed at the level of effort and amount of time to get it restored and 2) disappointed that it isn't in running condition. I understand the reasoning behind it being a non-running museum piece, but man, wouldn't it be sweet to have had it move under its own power? Before watching the documentary, I was excited to see it drive again, but was unfortunately not able to see it happen.

The cosmetic restoration was incredible, however, and I am glad that Universal was willing to fork over the funds to have this project completed. It was fun to see a documentary with so many nerds in it