We’re happy to report that GM’s Bowling Green, Kentucky, plant has overcome the debilitating UAW strike and the crippling COVID-19 pandemic to resume C8 Corvette production. Assembly operations restarted at the end of May with workers toiling 10 hours a day, five days a week. Approximately 5000 new Stingray coupes have been built thus far, with convertibles likely to roll next month and the 2021 model year slated to begin in November. As soon as suppliers are able to meet Bowling Green’s rising needs, a second shift will be added.
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Thanks for the tip on Les Stanford Chev and the reminder selling cars is the same as it ever was. $12,000 over sticker. Sounds about right. Somewhere there is a list posted online of dealers selling C8’s at sticker. It is a pretty long list.
Yoga for in and out of my 1996 C4 LT4? Hardly.....it's just the teeny tiny ballet shoes you have to wear to drive it and the large left leg from the clutch....no one remarks at Corvette Club Meetings tho'.....
Good article, and nice C8. I know of at least 5 Corvettes in my semi-rural "neighborhood": 2 C3's, one C4, one C6, and one C7. There used to be a C2, and there may be some yet to be seen, hiding in garages.
I’d love to read a write up on your 67 with pics. That has always been my absolute dream car. My budget allows me to have a C5 which I am totally satisfied with but the C2 just pushes all the buttons. Nice write up. Thank you.
Chicken in every pot, and a sports car in every garage!
Full marks to General Motors for creating a high-performance car that is relatively, I said relatively, affordable period
Got a hand to the guys in marketing for making it affordable and be able to make a profit on the car.
Nicely written artical, I would be interested in possibly giving Les' 78 Vette a good Texas home if a fair deal can be reached. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, txt or phone 409-553-5734. The 2 pictures look great, but I would like to see the interior and get more info on the car.
Eight Corvettes in two block is an impressive statistic. Unfortunately, there are no Corvettes in my neighborhood. However, I did walk down the street to look for any instances of multiple ownership of the same car make and model, using the same two blocks criteria. I am happy to report I found two Toyota Corollas and a total of three Honda Civics. Exciting neighborhood.