<img src = "https://i.kinja-img.com/gawker-media/image/upload/s–DHgWqF6Z–/c_scale,f_auto,fl_progressive,q_80,w_800/fha6h6rmzzoiexltxb12.jpg" class = "lazyload ls-lazy-image-tag" data-sizes = "auto" data-srcset = "https://i.kinja-img.com/gawker-media/image/upload/s–DHgWqF6Z–/ c_scale, f_auto, fl_progressive, q_80, w_800 / fha6h6rmzzoiexltxb12.jpg 2x, https://i.kinja-img.com/gawker-media/image/upload/s–DHgWqF6Z–/c_scale,f_auto,fl_progressive,q_80, w_800 / fha6h6rmzzoiexltxb12.jpg 3x "data-width =" 5700 "data-chomp-id =" fha6h6rmzzoiexltxb12 "data-format =" jpg "alt =" Item illustration entitled "You can customize your V8 on your C8 Corvette" 5,000 If so, then you would like to make your car by customizing it, right ?, now you can take further adaptation and even be afraid The buyers will obviously be able to customize the last five digits of the 17-digit VIN when they buy the car from the factory, according to CarsDirect, quoting Chevrolet's manual. The option will cost $ 5,000, equivalent to $ 1,000 per figure, the spokesman for General Motors said in the store.
Unlike other customizable parts that are theoretically all interchangeable and replaceable, the VIN is constant (unless you are a thief of a car). So even if you sell your Corvette to a medium engine one day, it will always bear proof of your property. Probably the car is quite easy to track if you want to find it again.
Five digits are not that much, but there is still plenty of room for some fun. Here are some of my suggestions:
registration numbers, but I like this idea. In most cases, it is fine and hidden. Only you really know about it. No one gets on a car and coffee event, looking straight down the windshield and the windlass: "Nice VIN, BRO."
But for $ 5,000? It feels a little steep.