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Final 2007 Corvette Production Numbers

by Keith Cornett on June 30, 2007

With the conclusion of the 2007 Corvette Model Year, the Bowling Green Assembly Plant has released the final production numbers for the year. Corvette production for 2007 totaled an astounding 40,561 Corvettes. This is the most Corvettes produced since the introduction of the C4 model in 1984 and only the sixth time in 54 years that Corvette production crossed the 40,000 unit threshold. As with the last few years, Corvette owners still prefer Red Corvettes. The two shades of red, Victory and Monterey, combined for 28.9% of total production. However, the single most popular color for the third straight year was Black, accounting for 23.5% of Corvettes. Second place was Victory Red at 16.5% and Machine Silver third at 13.6%. Atomic Orange, the new color for 2007 that replaced Daytona Sunset Orange Metallic finished at 3,790 Corvettes or 9.3% of production nd more than doubled DSOM’s 1,729 units in 2006. The percentages of Corvettes with orders for the 6-Speed Manual, Paddle Shift Automatic and Z51 6-Speed Manual are relatively unchanged from 2006. I expected to see a decrease in true manual 6-Speeds in favor of the Paddle Shift as it has the Automatic modes, but that was not the case. The MN0 Paddle Shift had an option penetration of 55.3% vs 2006′s 56.1%. Here are the final 2007 Corvette Production Numbers:

Corvettes Produced Amount Percent    
         
Coupes 21,484 53%    
Convertibles 10,918 27%    
Z06 Hardtops 8,159 20%    
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Total 40,561 100%    
         
         
Exterior Colors Total Coupe Convertible Z06
         
10U Artic White 2,387 1,312 676 399
19U Le Mans Blue 3,854 2,243 784 827
41U Black 9,526 4,908 2,091 2,527
45U Velocity Yellow 3,755 1,672 843 1,240
67U Machine Silver 5,518 2,887 1,589 1,042
74U Victory Red 6,708 3,556 1,701 1,451
80U Monterey Red 5,023 3,157 1,866 0
83U Atomic Orange 3,790 1,749 1,368 673
         
         
Convertible Top Colors Total      
         
35T Cashmere 2,813   2,813  
37T Storm Gray 979   979  
41T Ebony 7,126   7,126  
         
         
Interior Colors Total Coupe Convertible Z06
         
02I Cobalt Red 3,071 1,066 622 1,383
19I Ebony 24,267 13,529 5,334 5,404
31I Light Cashmere 7,359 4,135 3,224 0
84I Light Titanium (Gray) 5,864 2,754 1,738 1,372
         
         
Transmissions Total Coupe Convertible Z06
         
MN6 6-Speed Manual 12,670 3,433 1,078 8,159
MX0 6-Speed Auto Paddle 22,422 14,093 8,329 0
MZ6 6-Speed Manual w/Z51 5,469 3,958 1,511 0
         
         
Wheels Total Coupe Convertible Z06
         
P4A Painted Alum Indy Car 500 0 500 0
QG6 Painted Aluminum 7,500 6,422 1,078 0
QG7 Polished Aluminum 3,461 2,452 1,009 0
QL9 Z06 Polished Aluminum 3,459 0 0 3,459
QX1 Gray Painted Aluminum 1,091 945 146 0
QX3 Chrome 19,850 11,665 8,185 0
Q10 Z06 Base 1,457 0 0 1,457
Q44 Z06 Painted 545 0 0 545
Q76 Z06 Chrome 2,698 0 0 2,698
         
         
Other Options Total Coupe Convertible Z06
         
Z51 Performance Handling Pkg 13,696 8,966 4,730 0
C2L Dual Roof Pkg 3,558 3,558 0 0
F55 Magnetic Select Ride 5,619 2,777 2,842 0
UV6 Heads Up Display 22,948 13,022 9,926 0
U2K XM Satellite Radio 28,897 12,220 9,789 6,888
UE1 OnStar System 18,074 6,935 6,488 4,651
U3U Navigation Radio 20,653 7,661 6,849 6,143
R8C Museum Delivery 1,104 402 288 414
         
         
Export Units Total Coupe Convertible Z06
CV3 Mexican Export 34 23 11 0
MAE European Export 1,327 522 87 718
Z49 Canadian Export 860 286 256 318

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Bowling Green Assembly Plant via CorvetteConti.com Related:
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Corvette Coins and their Ilk Cheapen the Brand

by Keith Cornett on June 30, 2007

Corvette CoinsI started seeing these coins on CNBC a couple of days ago. Some podunk country offers up their coinage to some “collectors” mint who designs a coin that is an exclusive legal, non-circulating tender. Oh, and it’s such a limited deal that you can only buy five. Give me a break. These are simply trinkets that are designed to do one thing and one thing only. Separate you from your money. And since when is .925 considered pure? As a Corvette owner, you obviously have some discretionary money to spend. Are you so gullible to allow these predatory companies think they can separate you from your money simply because it has a Corvette logo on it? Reminds me vaguely of the dialogue in the Chris Farley movie Tommy Boy. Rewritten, it would sound like this, “You could take a dump in a box and then slap a Corvette logo on it and then some sap would feel good about it, and would buy it.” See what I’m saying? In the end, all you really have left is a box of crap that won’t get you three bucks on eBay. You’d be better off putting the $19.95 (plus $4.95 shipping and handling) in your gas tank and going for half a days cruise. Or buy that one little part that you’ve been putting off forever. Me? I think I’m finally going to order that hubcap inset that I lost oh, three or four years ago. For those of you who haven’t see the commercial, it’s playing on Jalopnik.com For those of you who just have to have it because, gasp, it celebrates the 100 year anniversary of GM, order your box of crap Corvette Coins at CorvetteDollar.com
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Today is National Drive Your Corvette To Work Day and so I thought I would do just that. Despite the fact that I work in a home office, I was able to get the Corvette out on my weekly trip to our server hosting center to change out my backup tapes. As I mentioned in my earlier post today, this is also the 41st anniversary of my father buying the Corvette, so it was a nice way to celebrate that milestone as well.

Even if you didn’t or couldn’t drive your Corvette to work today, just get it out soon and enjoy yourself. These cars were meant to be driven!
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41 Years Ago Today A Young Man Buys A 1966 Corvette…

by Keith Cornett on June 29, 2007

The date was June 29, 1966 and that young man was my father. Little did he know that his actions, 41 years ago today, would set into motion a chain of events that would forever change the life of his yet unborn son. Think I’m being dramatic? Read on…

Phillip Cornett was working for Ethicon, a division of Johnson and Johnson. That year, J&J awarded the top salesman from each of their divisions a 1966 Ford Mustang. My father won the Mustang, but being a Chevy man he said “What would I do with an old Ford?” The day he picked up the Mustang, he drove it Rohrer Chevrolet in Camden, New Jersey and traded it in for a 1966 Corvette.

1966 Corvette Sales InvoiceThe 1966 Corvette he purchased was the base model, a 327 cubic inch 300 horsepower engine coupled to a 4-speed transmission. It was a convertible, painted Tuxedo Black with Silver interior. The only options including the 4-speed were positraction, an AM/FM radio and whitewall tires. Total cost for the Corvette was $4,639.15. Phillip received $2,439.15 for the Mustang and agreed to make 36 payments of $70.28 per month to cover the difference. With Tags, Title and interest on the GMAC loan, his out-of-pocket cost was $2,530.08

My mother, who was dating Phillip at the time, used to refer to the Corvette “Phillip’s Last Fling”. They traveled up and down the east coast in that Corvette, visiting family and friends on Chesapeake Bay or cruising through the mountains to eastern Kentucky for family reunions.

Phillip and Carole got married the following year, and I came along a year after that.

I grew up in that car, going on drives with my dad, to car shows at the town square, or on parts runs to the local speed shop. The file on the Corvette grew as he rebuilt the engine in the mid seventies. It’s funny now that I’m involved in the same hobby to see who he was dealing with back then. I have receipts from all kinds of parts companies including a couple from “T Michaelis Corvette Supplies Inc”, which we know today as ProTeam.

My father passed away in 1982 at the age of 44. The Corvette sat in a barn in Indiana for eleven years. We would joke with my mother that she was the “Widow” with an old Corvette in the barn. Many tried to buy it but none succeeded. Just prior to Thanksgiving in 1993 she said “Come get it if you want it”. I don’t remember what triggered that conversation, but I do know that my wife and I flew to Chicago from Tampa that following weekend, picking it up before she could change her mind. We made the trip back to Tampa by towing the Corvette on a u-haul car hauler with a pickup truck borrowed from a friend.

Two years later I was doing what I had set out to do in college, selling advertising for a major market television station. But I came to hate that job and frankly it hated me, so in the fall of 1995 we went our separate ways. Filling my free time by surfing the web and teaching myself HTML, I built my first website, The Route 66 Corvette page which was of course dedicated to my 1966 Corvette.

My second website was built for a guy in Colorado who wanted to help people buy and sell Corvettes through a dedicated classified ads website. It was February 1996 and that site was www.VetteFinders.com. Four years later I bought out the owner and as of today, over 12,000 Corvettes have been bought and sold through the website. Other sites came later, www.CorvetteImages.com in 2003 and then www.CorvetteBlogger.com, the first dedicated Corvette blog was launched the summer in 2005.

Someday my son Phillip will know what it’s like to be behind the wheel of this car, shifting quickly though the 4-speed while the wind blows through the open cockpit and the exhaust roars. Perhaps he will think of me the same way I think about my father, riding shotgun silently beside me like Private Malone.

But that’s the future.

Today I sit at the computer in my home while my kids play close by. The phone will ring and I will answer a question from someone wanting to buy or sell a Corvette. And this story that I posted on my blog will be read by a couple thousand people.

All because a young man bought a 1966 Corvette Convertible 41 years ago today…

Thanks, Dad.


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Photo: 2008 Crystal Red Metallic Corvette

by Keith Cornett on June 28, 2007

Just last night I was hoping to see a 2008 Corvette with the new 89U Crystal Red Metallic exterior and this morning our Corvette Muse named Conti came through again:

2008 Corvette in Crystal Red Metallic
Now this color will be a hit because it’s not that big a leap from the color it replaced, Monterey Red. Besides all Corvettes are Red, right?
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The DC Team finds out that a mighty wind is blowing their way as they travel across the state of Iowa. If they said Indiana sucks, I’m sure they’re thinking Iowa blows.

This was my favorite episode yet. Keep it up, Vette Dogs!
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Photo: 2008 Jetstream Blue Metallic Corvette Z06

by Keith Cornett on June 27, 2007

CorvetteConti.com brings us the new 2008 Z06 Corvette in Jetstream Blue Metallic. The color already has its own acronym: JSB, but since its the successor to LMB I guess it should. Reaction on the forums is mixed with many taking a wait-until-I-see-in-person approach.

2008 Corvette in Jetstream Blue Metallic
Personally, I like the new color as it harkens back to the days of Nassau Blue, one of my personal favorites. Jetstream Blue will never be a hit though. GM will churn out a several thousand per model year and then will see a return back to a darker blue in a couple years from now. We’re also still waiting to see an 89U Crystal Red Metallic Corvette. As the 2008 Corvette production kicked off this week, it shouldn’t be too much longer until those photos hit.
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Winding Road Brings Us The C7 Corvette

by Keith Cornett on June 26, 2007

Winding Road socks Corvette Fans in the eye again. But this time its a good thing. In their August 07 issue, which is available for download by subscription, Winding Road rounds up a group of automotive insiders and former execs to discuss the next generation Corvette. In addition to the artist renderings of where the C7 Corvette’s design may possibly evolve, the panel is focused on answering the questions about the viability of a mid-engine Corvette. Former Corvette Chief Engineer Dave McClellan joins Reeves Callaway, Jim Mussler, David Welch and John Wolkonowicz on the panel and each gives their pros and cons for a mid-engine Corvette. The general consensus appears to be that a mid-engine Corvette would be good for the portfolio, and especially good for the racing program, but that the front-mounted engine Corvette is just better for everyday drivers and in the end, better for General Motors. Reeves Callaway puts it most succinctly: “The current car is such a good value. There is no better example of great engineering at an expeditious cost. It’s remarkable to me that they do it at $40,000.” That just about sums up the reason why we think Chevrolet should continue to build Corvettes with engines up front.

Here Come the C7's
Turning again to the photos, these are just artist renderings that will probably have no bearing on the final design of the C7 Corvette, codenamed GMX711. Winding Road tells us that final designs were to be presented to GM Design Chief Ed Welburn this month while the introduction is set for 2011. A significant date for sure as the bowtie celebrates 100 years in 2011. We concur…what’s a better gift than a new Chevrolet Corvette!
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Colin Powell’s Passion for Corvettes and Speed

by Keith Cornett on June 25, 2007

Colin Powell and the 2005 Indianapolis Pace CarYou know you’re still a public figure despite a three year retirement from public service when word of your shopping for a new Corvette makes “Washington Whispers“, a political rumors column at US News and World Report. That’s what happened this week with former Secretary of State Colin Powell. Powell presently owns a red 2005 Corvette but is looking to upgrade to the new 436 horsepower 2008 Corvette. According to the column, Colin Powell said this about Corvettes:

“You know they have this Z06 that’s 500 horsepower,” he says with awe. “They loaned me a Z06 for three days to see if I liked it,” he tells us. “I loved it, but I would be in jail by the end of the week because that thing was going 90 mph in second gear, and I didn’t know how I was going to use the other four gears.” Afterward, he made this mental note: “Powell, you are 70 years old. Stick to 400 horsepower. You don’t need 500.”
If shopping for a Corvette makes this much news, imagine when the retired General actually takes delivery. Perhaps he would consider an R8C delivery at the Corvette Museum?
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US News & World Reports
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The Roby Price 1967 Corvette ConvertibleWith the release of the Bloomington Gold Auction Results from Mecum Auctioneers, we getting some interesting insight into what may be happening with the Corvette Market. 295 Corvettes crossed the auction block during the three day auction weekend, with 145 being sold for a total of $8.2 million in Corvette Sales. That is a 49% sales success rate for the 2007 Gold Auction. Comparing this year’s Gold auction to the 2006 Auction, we see declines in total cars available (295 vs 344), Sales totals ($8.2 million vs $10.4 million) and percentage sold (49% vs 56%). Okay, Keith. So what does that mean? It means that we may finally be moving back to an enthusiast-driven market, where Corvettes are being bought to be driven, instead of the Collector Market, where Corvettes are bought to be stored. Drivers almost always sell for less than trailer queens, which brings down the prices you see at auctions. A higher percentage of cars that don’t reach reserves and therefore don’t sell tell you that sellers were holding out for prices that didn’t materialize. So this may be a slightly simplistic view of what’s happening to the overall Corvette market, but it does fit with some of the indicators we’ve seen and heard. I am a believer in trends so we’ll have to see if this continues with auctions that deal primarily with Corvettes. But this auction did have Corvettes for the collectors. The top selling Corvette was lot #S67, a 1967 Corvette Convertible called “The Roby Price Car”. The Big Block 427 ci/435 hp Corvette carries a Bloomington Gold certificate and was part of the Special Collection back in 1991. It is one of the best documented 1967 Corvettes in existence, with Top Flight Awards in 1989, 2002 and 2003. The Corvette sold for $467,250 with commission. The second highest-selling Corvette at the auction was a Riverside Red 1963 Corvette Coupe Z06 which sold for $367,500. This Corvette is 1 of 199 Z06 Coupes made in 1963 and has the rare (1 in 63) Big Tank option. There was another 1963 Corvette Z06 that sold for only $139,650. However, there was no write-up available on the Mecum site for this Corvette, and chances are it wasn’t a tanker like the other Z06. The two 1953 Corvettes also did very well, maintaining the pricing trend we’ve seen over the last year. Lot #S91, Chassis #107, has a Bloomington Gold certificate and has just 120 on it since restoration. It sold for $296,625. Lot #S53, which sold for $283,500 is Chassis #210 and has been housed in a climate controlled garage with the same owner for the last 13 years. Here are the SOLD results from the 2007 Bloomington Gold Auction:

Lot # Year Description Color Sales Price
S531953Chevrolet CorvetteWhite$283,500
S911953Chevrolet CorvetteWhite$296,625
S541954Chevrolet CorvetteBlue$87,675
S551955Chevrolet CorvetteBlue$178,500
F751956Chevrolet CorvetteRed$40,163
S321957Chevrolet CorvetteRed$152,250
S1171957Chevrolet CorvetteRed$76,650
S1251957Chevrolet Corvette FuelieRed$157,500
S1421957Chevrolet CorvetteBlack$110,250
U561957Chevrolet CorvetteGreen$53,550
F711959Chevrolet CorvetteSapphire$68,250
S431959Chevrolet CorvetteRed/White$82,950
S1391959Chevrolet CorvetteRed$30,975
S351960Chevrolet CorvetteBlue$102,375
S971960Chevrolet CorvetteBlue/White$57,750
F201961Chevrolet CorvetteRed/White$45,150
F691961Chevrolet CorvetteBlue$46,725
S611961Chevrolet CorvetteBlack/Silver$84,000
F1131962Chevrolet CorvetteRed$47,250
S4.11962Chevrolet CorvetteRed$40,950
S221962Chevrolet CorvetteRed$35,700
S371962Chevrolet CorvetteRed$49,350
S621962Chevrolet CorvetteBeige$91,875
S711962Chevrolet CorvetteWhite$85,050
S861962Chevrolet CorvetteRed$56,700
F791963Chevrolet CorvetteTan$56,175
F921963Chevrolet CorvetteBlue$45,675
S201963Chevrolet CorvetteBlack$92,925
S471963Chevrolet CorvetteBlue$50,925
S631963Chevrolet Corvette Z06Red$367,500
S1021963Chevrolet CorvetteRed$54,338
S1221963Chevrolet Corvette Z06Red$139,650
F651964Chevrolet CorvetteWhite$43,050
U451964Chevrolet CorvetteRed$39,375
F351965Chevrolet CorvetteRed$64,050
F1451965Chevrolet CorvetteRed$40,950
F1511965Chevrolet CorvetteYellow$60,900
S231965Chevrolet CorvetteRed$48,825
S61.11965Chevrolet CorvetteGreen$60,375
S651965Chevrolet CorvetteBlack$59,850
F451966Chevrolet CorvetteMaroon$46,200
F661966Chevrolet CorvetteBlue$46,200
F911966Chevrolet CorvetteWhite$48,300
F1251966Chevrolet CorvetteBlue$57,225
F1281966Chevrolet CorvetteWhite$53,550
S251966Chevrolet CorvetteRed$92,400
S881966Chevrolet CorvetteRed$48,038
S1321966Chevrolet CorvetteRed$47,250
F71967Chevrolet CorvetteBlack$42,000
F1221967Chevrolet CorvetteSilver$44,625
S71967Chevrolet CorvetteBlue$96,600
S271967Chevrolet CorvetteBlue$131,775
S401967Chevrolet CorvetteSilver/White$111,300
S461967Chevrolet CorvetteYellow$136,500
S481967Chevrolet CorvetteYellow$90,300
S671967Chevrolet CorvetteBlack$467,250
S991967Chevrolet CorvetteSilver$105,000
S1101967Chevrolet CorvetteGreen$61,425
S1121967Chevrolet CorvetteYellow$131,250
S1141967Chevrolet CorvetteSilver$136,500
U121967Chevrolet CorvetteBlack$52,500
F1021968Chevrolet CorvetteRed$21,000
S18.11968Chevrolet CorvetteBlack$73,500
S601968Chevrolet Corvette L-89Maroon$89,250
S681968Chevrolet CorvetteGreen$73,500
S1161968Chevrolet CorvetteSilver$25,200
S1461968Chevrolet CorvetteBlack$40,425
F81969Chevrolet CorvetteGreen$24,150
F91969Chevrolet CorvetteBlack$30,975
F311969Chevrolet CorvetteRed$43,050
F571969Chevrolet CorvetteGold$38,850
F601969Chevrolet CorvetteOrange$24,413
F771969Chevrolet CorvetteWhite$26,250
S24.11969Chevrolet CorvetteYellow$31,500
S391969Chevrolet CorvetteWhite$43,050
S691969Chevrolet CorvetteBlue$85,050
S731969Chevrolet CorvetteBurgandy$97,125
S1251969Chevrolet CorvetteYellow$27,300
S1481969Chevrolet CorvetteRed$40,425
F551970Chevrolet CorvetteRed$32,813
F55.11970Chevrolet CorvetteRed$37,800
S301970Chevrolet CorvetteBlue$27,300
F491971Chevrolet CorvetteBlue$21,000
S191971Chevrolet CorvetteOrange$42,000
S1111971Chevrolet CorvetteYellow$48,300
F441972Chevrolet CorvetteBlue$28,875
F1341973Chevrolet CorvetteOrange$15,225
S1.11973Chevrolet CorvetteRed$17,325
S871973Chevrolet CorvetteGreen$28,875
U421973Chevrolet CorvetteBurgundy$12,495
F511974Chevrolet CorvetteOrange$16,013
F741974Chevrolet CorvetteRed$8,750
F64.11975Chevrolet CorvetteYellow$20,738
F851975Chevrolet CorvetteGreen$8,750
S841975Chevrolet CorvetteWhite$18,638
U461975Chevrolet CorvetteSilver$7,000
U261976Chevrolet CorvetteRed$16,800
F411978Chevrolet CorvetteBlack/Silver$18,900
F541978Chevrolet CorvetteSilver$11,025
F881978Chevrolet CorvetteBlack$8,500
F951978Chevrolet CorvetteSilver$11,288
F1001978Chevrolet CorvetteBlue$28,875
F1111978Chevrolet CorvetteNA$8,700
F371979Chevrolet CorvetteWhite$13,125
F931979Chevrolet CorvettePlatinum$10,763
U151979Chevrolet CorvetteWhite$7,500
U171979Chevrolet CorvetteBeige$8,500
F1521980Chevrolet CorvetteRed$10,763
U191980Chevrolet CorvetteYellow$8,750
F171982Chevrolet CorvetteRed$17,850
F811982Chevrolet CorvetteSilver$30,713
F1331982Chevrolet CorvetteBlue$25,463
U331982Chevrolet CorvetteRed$17,640
F111984Chevrolet CorvetteSilver$5,500
F221984Chevrolet CorvetteBlack$24,150
U161984Chevrolet CorvetteRed$2,050
U181988Chevrolet CorvetteWhite$9,000
U551988Chevrolet CorvetteGrey$9,250
F891989Chevrolet CorvetteNA$11,550
F1051989Chevrolet CorvetteBlack$14,175
F1361989Chevrolet CorvetteWhite$14,700
F761990Chevrolet CorvetteBlack$25,463
S91990Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1Black$60,375
F101991Chevrolet CorvetteBlack$14,175
F231991Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1White$19,950
F821991Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1Red$25,988
S101991Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1Blue$60,375
S211991Chevrolet CorvetteWhite$20,475
S111992Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1White$60,375
F361993Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1Ruby Red$44,625
F1071993Chevrolet CorvetteWhite$18,638
S121993Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1Red$60,375
F251994Chevrolet CorvetteWhite$40,950
F631994Chevrolet CorvetteCopper$17,063
S131994Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1Green$60,375
U591994Chevrolet CorvetteBlue$11,655
S141995Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1Yellow$60,375
F161996Chevrolet CorvetteBlack$12,600
S161996Chevrolet CorvetteNA$34,125
S931996Chevrolet CorvetteBlue$80,850
S1001996Chevrolet CorvetteBlue$68,775
F1371999Chevrolet CorvetteBlue$18,900
U272000Chevrolet CorvetteSilver$111,300
F862007Chevrolet CorvetteYellow$55,620
S41.12007Chevrolet CorvetteBlack$$66,950
         
Total Sales: $8,255,306

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