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C8 Delay & 2019 Projection Talk on the Vlog

Old 12-06-2018, 11:26 AM
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Calling out others for trying to better understand what he's saying is pretty hypocritical. If you don't like people actually DISCUSSING information on a forum designed for discussion, then don't read the threads. That was your advice to others wasn't it?
Thank you for pointing out the irony.
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Old 12-06-2018, 02:08 PM
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Originally Posted by BMadden View Post
For all the people complaining about Rick's videos, here's a novel idea: don't watch them. He's done a great job building his YouTube channel with fun and informative content and he is more of an ambassador for Corvette than anyone on this forum will ever be. Personally I hope Chevy keeps pushing back the date of the C8 for at least another year just to make some of the entitled babies around here cry even more than they already do.
Just another fast talkin' salesman. 12 minutes of him flapping his face meat and the only substance was a 1 second moment where he claimed a few sources told him it was delayed.

I'll bet his December C7 sales will go up now. Funny that.
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I tried...YOU TALK TOO MUCH...GET ON WITH IT
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It is clear (at least to me) it is not going to be revealed in Detroit in 4 weeks. New York is still 5 months away, and I still think GM will try to get it done for a NY reveal the third week of April. If GM doesn't introduce the C8 in NY, there is no way I see it as being anything other than a 2021 model with a 2020 C7 being produced for at least 4-6 months. And, if it is not NY, I don't really know where they show it since LA in November seems like a long way off.
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GM management is doing a great job fueling speculation about the future of Corvette.
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I don't think GM is doing anything. The members of this forum are doing it to themselves, and this place seems to be the only source of frenzied speculation, which sometimes gets picked up by the trade press.

I think hanging out here routinely gives us a distorted view.
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