Flint Factory Bricks Offer a Unique Piece of Corvette History
Been dying for a unique piece of Corvette history? If so, you might find this next bit of information interesting.
The National Corvette Museum is selling bricks from a Flint, MI factory in which the first 300 Corvettes were handbuilt back in 1953. (The building was demolished in 2003.)
The bricks sell in $75 bundles of three on the NCM website. Each trio comes with an engraved, numbered plate and a certificate of authenticity signed by museum officials. Interested buyers can also pick up one of the Flint building blocks without the commemorative plate and certificate for only $5.
The NCM is even offering special prices on bulk brick buys from the old Flint facility where ‘Vettes were manufactured before production was moved to St. Louis and later to Kentucky.
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