The museum wasn't open (and I wasn't there when they tested the car). However, on any given day there is probably
someone up there working on something, and on Monday a bunch of volunteers made an effort to get out there and unload the car (including some of the guys who loaded the car in Ohio), re-install the overhead equipment, give the motors a look-over and then of course take it out for a spin.
There's an excellent blog maintained by a few of the regulars in the electric car department, which might be a good place to look for updates on the Trolleyville cars at IRM as they begin showing up: http://hickscarworks.blogspot.com/
. Some photos of the open car being unloaded have also been posted in the member photo gallery on the museum's website: http://www.irm.org/gallery/album199
Ideally three of the five cars IRM will be getting could "run right off the truck" (as you can see, one already has). As I mentioned before, CA&E 36 will require the re-installation of its rebuilt motors into its trucks before operating. Also, CA&E 319 is going to swap trucks with the other high-speed wood car IRM has, #321. The former has a body and interior in better condition than the latter, but the latter's motors are in better shape than the former's. Swapping trucks will give the museum one good looking and
good running car.