I am looking at the cars the NH dealer has offering 17% off MSRP on 2013 GS. I appreciate all the information I have learned from reading all your posts and think I know what I want now - THANK YOU ALL!
I am wondering about any special concerns I should have about this transaction which, given the season, will involve a delivery from NH to FL. Anyone with experience with this situation?
...I am wondering about any special concerns I should have...will involve a delivery from NH to FL. Anyone with experience with this situation?
Lots of people have purchased new Corvettes at dealerships 1000+ miles away and had them shipped home. The dealership you are dealing with has done it many times. Just don't cheap out on the carrier that will ship your car. Pay the few extra dollars for a top-notch, fully enclosed transport company (like Intercity, etc). They probably have a carrier they would recommend to you.
MacMulkin is very good. However, they are not the only high volume Corvette dealer with outstanding discounts. Mike Furman @ Criswell Chevy in Maryland is equally as good, with an added benefit. Mike Furman has a relationship with the Bowling Green Plant, that to the best of my knowledge no other dealer has, including Kerbeck.
That added benefit is a a huge plus, IMO.
How do I know this, I placed a factory order with Mike Furman. I have experienced the benefit of his discounts, and relationship with BG.
Our Corvette build was complete Friday, Jan. 4. Now Shipping/Enroute, anticipated delivery Jan. 11th.
2013 Grand Sport Convertible
NRB, Blue Top, 2-tone Titanium/Gray/crossed flags
Mag Selective Ride Control
Corvette stainless pedal covers
I just bought mine from Tommy Jr and couldn't be happier. One thing I really like is at MacMulkin all the Vettes are indoors, and by my guess there had to be 50 of them in stock. Walking through that dealership and seeing all of them is better than most car shows. Got wood?....grin