Tag: C7

Leaving on a Jet Plane…

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Many of us have reported seeing new Corvette Stingrays on a hauler going down the highway on their way to some lucky owners. But here’s something that might be a first: a 2014 Stingray aboard an airplane! This beautiful Laguna Blue Corvette headed from Los Angeles to Europe was featured in a story this week […]

  Comments | By - October 24, 2013

Some Dealers Adding $25,000 Mark-up

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Speculation was rampant while waiting for production and sales to begin that many dealers would unscrupulously add surcharges to the new C7 Corvette Stingray due to demand. While we frown on this, simple economics dictates that it makes sense to charge whatever people are willing to pay. Thankfully, as far as we know, all CorvetteForum […] More »

  Comments | By - October 23, 2013

Poll Results: Why are Corvettes Being Wrecked?

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Earlier this week, we asked you the following question– “Why have two C7 Corvette Stingrays already been wrecked?” And apparently 72% of you have no sense of humor. Just joking, relax. The remaining 28% (majority) voted that the non-elliptical taillights were to blame. There was a correct answer and that was it. In all seriousness, […] More »

  Comments | By - October 18, 2013

Two C7 Corvettes Wrecked Already, is a Third Next?

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We’ve now seen two C7 Corvette Stingrays wrecked. How many have been delivered? 500, 700 maybe? 1000? And unlike the t-bone collision that we saw of a pre-production C7 caused by a Lincoln Towncar, these seem to be single car accidents, meaning driver error. First, the Velocity Yellow ‘Vette pictured above that looks like it […] More »

  Comments | By - October 15, 2013

Car and Driver Comparo: Stingray Faces Off Against the 911…Again

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In the November issue of Car and Driver, “America’s best” faced off against “Germany’s wurst” and (get ready for this) pummeled the competition.  This is one issue of Car and Driver that is going to stay on my bookshelf for a good long while. The superbly written article begins by acknowledging the “old masters” as two of the […] More »

  Comments | By - October 14, 2013

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