Reader Bruce Granger let us know that the Sloan Museum in Flint, Mich., is getting ready to take down its 100 years of Chevrolet display, closing the public's window on an opportunity to see some of the rarest vehicles still in existence, many with the "bow tie." Once the museum's display in the Buick gallery comes down, Granger said many of these cars will go back into long-term hibernation, not to be seen again for many, many years.
Granger noted that some of the displays around the cars will be offered for sale, so if a backdrop would look great behind the '57 Chevy in your garage, contact the museum for purchasing information.
Like most automotive museums, the lighting in the Sloan is not friendly to photography, but I hope you enjoy this last glimpse into the Sloan Museum Chevrolet display, provided by Mr. Granger.
The Sloan Museum is located Sloan Museum is located on the Flint Cultural Center Campus at 1221 E. Kearsley Street, Flint, MI 48503. It can be reached via phone at 810-237-3450.
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