As a member of various C8 Corvette groups on Facebook and elsewhere, we are heartened by the level of excitement that the new Corvette generates, especially among owners of classic Corvettes. We caught this Facebook post on the C8 Corvette Owners (and Friends) and definitely wanted to share it.
Larry Smith owns a 1953 Corvette wearing VIN #285 and he’s been showing photos of his Polo White roadster compared to an Arctic White C8 Corvette from the Corvette Configurator. But now his 2020 Corvette has been built and he has shared these actual photos of his car as it came down the assembly line.
The photos come from the National Corvette Museum as Larry opted to purchase a photo book detailing the building of his C8 Corvette, which is also VIN #285. Larry was able to get the matching VINs with the Selectable VIN option which costs $5,000.
Something tells me that Larry is going be enjoying the heck out of that white Corvette. I’ll let you use your imagination to decide which one I was talking about.
The Corvette Museum’s photo books detailing the construction of your C8 Corvette is a fantastic option for commemorating the build of your custom Corvette. They are priced at $700 and we hear that demand has been so great that they have had to hire a couple more photographers to follow the cars down the line!
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