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Old 07-24-2019, 11:11 PM
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2020 Chevrolet Corvette Buyers Can Pick Their VIN

Chevrolet's order guide reveals that all Corvette Stingrays purchased via factory order are eligible for VIN customization, reports CarsDirect. Buyers can't (and probably won't want to) select the full number, but they can request the last five digits, perhaps to commemorate a special date. A GM spokesperson confirmed to the publication that this feature is a $5,000 option. "If the customer orders early enough we can hold a desired VIN for them," Kevin Kelly said. Not all VINs are eligible.
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Old 07-24-2019, 11:49 PM
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I keep hearing that the quoted 0-60 time of less than three seconds applies to the Z51 optioned cars.

I was able to find a list of items included as part of that option, but can't find a price.
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Old 07-25-2019, 06:53 AM
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I keep hearing that the quoted 0-60 time of less than three seconds applies to the Z51 optioned cars.

I was able to find a list of items included as part of that option, but can't find a price.
Chevrolet has not released actual pricing yet for the car or the available options.
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Old 07-25-2019, 11:04 PM
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Multiple users on the Corvette Forum are reporting that dealers are telling them that pricing for the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette arrives on August 15, or at least at some point in the middle of that month. For now, the Bowtie only confirms that the 'Vette starts at less than $60,000.
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Multiple users on the Corvette Forum are reporting that dealers are telling them that pricing for the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette arrives on August 15, or at least at some point in the middle of that month. For now, the Bowtie only confirms that the 'Vette starts at less than $60,000.
But before the "Market Adjustment" pricing I am sure

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Old 07-26-2019, 12:23 AM
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$5k to juggle some numbers! $1k per number!! I don't know anyone that wouldn't take some fun shots at the guy who checked that option.....insane.
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I like it but it is now a full blown "sports" car. The Corvette always seemed to be a muscle sports car if that makes any sense. I bet there will be some sweet deals on C7's in the next year. Low mile Corvettes were very affordable this year and I think they will be even more so. Make mine a C7, Z06, manual, convertible!
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I like the car, the last design was a nice change, the ones before that was like a door stop. No design, just a wedge. Too bad there no Detroit Autoshow this year, they changed the show till fall here, about time, but no press here this year
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Saw the car in the flesh last night. Looks better in person, for those who may be afraid. The rear doesn't look as bad as I had feared. Looks like a Corvette with a reconfigured structure, which isn't a big deal......I for one am happy that the C3 influence is starting to disappear.
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