Vette Collectibles, a division of Brickel’s Racing Collectibles, Inc. headquartered in Leesport, PA is proud to announce a first in the Corvette die cast world. The well known Carlisle Callaway Corvette C6, owned by Lance Miller of Carlisle Events, will be made available to every Corvette enthusiast in the form of a collectible 1/24th scale die cast.
The Carlisle Callaway Corvette C6 made its debut at the world famous Corvettes at Carlisle. This year Corvettes at Carlisle is being held August 24-26, 2007; more info can be found at: www.corvettesatcarlisle.com. This awesome tribute to craftsmanship from Callaway Cars has been documented in numerous publications. Also known as the C36 (C-cubed-6), this Corvette shares space with quite a collection of Corvettes brought together by the late Chip Miller and his son Lance Miller. Chip Miller co-founded Carlisle Events and was well known for his love and enthusiasm for Corvettes. Lance inherited his Father’s passion for the Corvette and has continued to build this collection with this unique acquisition.
The Chip Miller Charitable Foundation will benefit from partial proceeds of every Carlisle Callaway Corvette C6 sold. The Chip Miller Charitable Foundation supports Amyloid research and awareness, for more information visit: www.chipmiller.org. Chip Miller passed away from this often misdiagnosed disease in March of 2004.
GreenLight Collectibles, LLC will manufacture this first ever die cast created from the Carlisle collection of Corvettes. The Carlisle Callaway Corvette C6 will feature opening hood, doors and trunk. The engine compartment and interior are nicely detailed. The metal chassis is consecutively numbered. Production on this highly collectible Corvette die cast is limited to just 1008 pieces.
Priced at only $39.99 this piece is sure to sell out fast. Pre order yours online now at www.vettecollectibles.com
or by calling toll free at 877-678-3883. Purchase this die cast during the autograph signing by Lance Miller in our booth on the Manufacturers Midway of Corvettes at Carlisle. Times of autograph signings are yet to be determined.