Mike has done this with five previous Corvette model years before and his Excel spreadsheet is very easy to use.
When you download and open the Excel spreadsheet, all the options and pricing are set up for the base Corvette Stingray. You add your trim groups first and then they will “unlock” the various other options available. You select or remove an option by adding an ‘X’ in the highlighted column. As you add or remove various trim levels, options and other selections, the pricing will automatically adjust to show the expected MSRP on your custom Corvette.
There is also a built-in calculator that will give you an idea of what the monthly payments would be if you choose to finance your purchase.
Mike has already updated the Excel spreadsheet to make some corrections and so instead of offering it here, we suggest downloading it directly from the Corvette Forum to ensure that you have the latest version. All the instructions on using the Excel spreadsheet are there as well.
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