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Vetteheadtony

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Thu 14 Dec 17 01:47

New Corvette pricing including ZR1


Look at the employee discount, need a job in GM
http://www.corvetteactioncenter.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/...


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BlackZeD

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Thu 14 Dec 17 12:59

Re: New Corvette pricing including ZR1


Quite a dizzying options list.
Would like the customer engine build and selectable VIN.
Cant afford any of them though Sad


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Redlevel

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Thu 14 Dec 17 13:30

Re: New Corvette pricing including ZR1


"Gas Guzzler Tax" ..really? Laughing

Does that mean if you buy one in 2019 you'll be stuck with it and taxed off the road in favour of hybrids etc? Scratchchin

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philv8

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Thu 14 Dec 17 14:13

Re: New Corvette pricing including ZR1


$595 to have your brake calipers painted on a car costing 55 grand, reminded me of many years ago picking up a price list for Morgan at the Motor Show. Couldn't afford the car but I could afford one of the optional extras....... door handles Smile

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roscobbc

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Thu 14 Dec 17 18:54

Re: New Corvette pricing including ZR1


BlackZeD wrote (View Post):Quite a dizzying options list.
Would like the customer engine build and selectable VIN.
Cant afford any of them though Sad

I think you'll find that GM Europe have to factor-in the EU version of this tax on their retail prices in Europe and the UK - I think they get a 'hit' based on the number of car sold in a given period.


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