LOL Wayne -- her breasts make up for her rear 'deficiency' -- no worries.:D


As for the car:
I'm thinking too many brains -- wow -- If anyone is buying and planning to keep a long time better opt for the extended warranty.
I see a base price of about $55k -- and ours will be priced at $52-53k????

That Z package looks like it's worth the coin too. I like a lot. (even non-s/c'd):)

Good find Mark -- tnx for posting.

C.
 
I've seen several reviews so far, glad to hear that this thing has raised the bar not only for Corvettes but the entire sports car world. I had a chance to view a C7 in person Monday in seattle, all I can say is wow, it's a car you could spend hours just looking at.....just beautiful!

In my area the 7's that were alloted to the local dealers are all sold already. The Vette specialist at one dealer said he's never seen so much excitement over a new vette, he's been selling them since 1982.
 
"What a beautiful girl, beauty and brains...shame about her ass"
anon.


Great view from behind the wheel, thanks for finding it Mark.

That's a new sleek, toned, tight ass. Not the "Big Bubble Butt" we have been used to for the last 3 decades.:D
 
My fully outfitted 3LT Convertible, Nav, Satellite, 7 Speed, Z51, MRC and with that nice leather interior but with the touring seats, will run about $75K, if the prices are to be believed and if I were to run out and buy one. Still debating but will probably skip the first year model. I would like to see what they have in store for the Z06, ZR1 and the Grand Sport if they bring those names back.
 
My fully outfitted 3LT Convertible, Nav, Satellite, 7 Speed, Z51, MRC and with that nice leather interior but with the touring seats, will run about $75K, if the prices are to be believed and if I were to run out and buy one. Still debating but will probably skip the first year model. I would like to see what they have in store for the Z06, ZR1 and the Grand Sport if they bring those names back.

Hey Stan. Last weekend at CTMP, Harlan Charles the guy with the best job in the world, (Corvette marketing manager) would not comment on future Z06,
ZR1 & GS models. Only saying that Corvette usually follows patterns & to stay tuned to what the future brings. Hint, hint.
I would say that we will at least see a Z06 in the next model year.
The current Z06 guys will not want anything less.:canada:
 
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