Our friend Jeremy was in Bowling Green this week for the Eclipse and offered us this photo showing the remaining 2018 Corvettes that are still parked behind the Bowling Green Assembly Plant.
Click here to see a larger photo of the Corvette Assembly Plant.
We learned that some dealerships set up a later delivery to fill the production gap for their inventory. So it looks like some dealers will be adding additional Corvettes during the shutdown.
We are pretty sure that we’ll hear from the Kai Spande about the progress they are making at the plant during this week’s Corvettes at Carlisle.
The assembly plant has built a total 6,469 Corvettes for the 2018 model year before the three-month shutdown started on August 1st. Production is expected to restart in early November.
Photo Credit: Jeremy Welborn (@jagamajajaran on CorvetteForum.com)
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