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Old 11-18-2018, 10:44 PM
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Hey Guys,

See any red flags....otherwise I think I will jump on this car. I got them close to my price. (Notes not seen in the listing, it will be CPO and has clear wrap on about 90% of the car)

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Old 11-18-2018, 10:46 PM
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Well those didn't save well. hahaha

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Old 11-18-2018, 11:15 PM
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Awesome car, what price are you getting it at? $48k May be a little high even with all of those options. Not far off though!

really dig that color. NICE
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Looks nice but it's still 5 model years old. I would try to offer low 40's.
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Hmm $48k is the winter price.

Commercial - Vehicle was registered for business purposes. - and only 4k miles in 5 years?
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If you decide to buy it or another one be sure to buy your own car fax report. Cheap insurance. I would also take it to a local Chevy/Corvette dealer to get a pre-purchase inspection.money well spent.
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That's a lot of money for a 2014 !!


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Ditto on price, that's high for a 2014. You can probably do much better at another dealership if this one refuses to budge on price.
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I got them down to 46,250, plus a $300 doc fee. Its les Standford. They think they can move it because of their reputation.
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Originally Posted by ShagVette View Post
Hmm $48k is the winter price.

Commercial - Vehicle was registered for business purposes. - and only 4k miles in 5 years?
They said it must be a mistake. They sold it to and traded it from the same guy on a down payment for a ZR1.
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Do they have the car cover for it?
Will they throw in the mag ride update at no additional cost?

All in all, if this car checks all your boxes, the price is not bad.
Maybe see if they will throw in a warranty at no additional cost as well.
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No red flags on the report except a no start but thats been resolved. The commercial owner is a guy using it as a tax deduction.

I bought my 2014 CPO C7 from this dealer last winter with 8k miles on it. They would not negotiate too far off the ask because they were that confident the car was good. I now have 12k miles on it and it has performed flawlessly.

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Originally Posted by CptCvMan View Post
Do they have the car cover for it?
Will they throw in the mag ride update at no additional cost?

All in all, if this car checks all your boxes, the price is not bad.
Maybe see if they will throw in a warranty at no additional cost as well.
They said they will throw one in. I will try to see what else I can get. But it was pulling teeth to get this far.
I don't really need the cover as this will be my daily driver.

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Originally Posted by ~Stingray View Post
They said it must be a mistake. They sold it to and traded it from the same guy on a down payment for a ZR1.
Business owner's personal vehicles are typically registered (owned) by their business.
Nice C7, even though a little high at $46250, however if it's definitely the one you want to give you long term enjoyment what's a couple grand.
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The car cover they supply is a POS with thier logo on it thats made with disposable rain coat material. It wont be one of those beautiful GM covers.

But the car is great.
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The car cover they supply is a POS with thier logo on it thats made with disposable rain coat material. It wont be one of those beautiful GM covers.

But the car is great.
Figured as much.
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Originally Posted by Kevin A Jones View Post
Business owner's personal vehicles are typically registered (owned) by their business.
Nice C7, even though a little high at $46250, however if it's definitely the one you want to give you long term enjoyment what's a couple grand.
My thoughts too. But I wanted to make sure I wasn't missing something like the last "finally" thread I started. lol
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I still think the price needs to be down to around 42. If they decide they won't go down in price they will be sitting on it all Winter.
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Originally Posted by Maxie2U View Post
If you decide to buy it or another one be sure to buy your own car fax report. Cheap insurance. I would also take it to a local Chevy/Corvette dealer to get a pre-purchase inspection.money well spent.
Is a pre-inspection really needed? It is CPOed from a chevy dealer. Any pre-inspection would probably not find anything in the inspection not found in the CPO. And if they did, the CPO would cover it.
If it didn't come with a CPO warranty, I totally would, just seems like a waste of money at this point.
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