2020 Corvette Dealer Brochures Now Available

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2020 Corvette Dealer Brochures Now Available


The brochures for the 2020 Corvette Stingray are now available at select Chevrolet dealers. We say select as dealers had to order these months ago, but not all dealers offer them to prospective buyers.

If you are unable to source one from your local Chevrolet dealership, they are available for sale at the National Corvette Museum for $20.

Visit the NCM Corvette Store.

Pro Tip: The NCM’s Corvette Store offers free UPS shipping on orders over $30 so pick out something nice for yourself (or your Corvette) and save the shipping fee!

2020 Corvette Brochure


Source:
CorvetteStore.com

Related:
Download the 2020 Corvette Stingray Playbook
Download the 2018 Corvette Models and Accessories Brochure
Download the 2019 Corvette Playbook

 



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  1. Lambo Doors: news; A Corvette C8 painted a medium dark green color (with other changes): news; a Corvette with Captain American wrap: news; a corvette with a Wide Body Kit: news; discussion of the colors both in and out on the Corvette: news; discussion of color on reflections in the interior: news; a female owner getting some wrap on her white C8 that is in orange accents imitating the racing C8: made her vlog, big time; a post regarding that Green Color, redirected me to the Corvette Forum. I made some comments regarding the very color change brought up with the redirect to the Forum. I was informed what the channel wasn’t (can’t recall now, something to do with architecture or design interior decorating magazine, etc. and then immediately informed I was kicked off the Corvette Forum for those comments. To see those comments, of course, will be impossible because apparently a moderator removed them. So no one can review and make up their own mind. I recall commenting upon the wheels, replacement rear exhast and other items. I was not negative at all regarding what had been shown and written. I was kicked off the Corvette Forum for voicing opinion about some that appeared as a news story and that involved redirection to the Corvette Forum regarding that story. My moniker is/was C8Ford (my car and my name put together). Must be something I didn’t know about the rules. I did spend almost 90 minutes reading about the type of forum that the Corvette Forum is and reading all about the very negative material that has cropped up on the forum for years. I posted a separate comment about that, covering many aspects of Corvette ownership and tradition, including the Corvette Museum and what it has been doing since its inception. AF

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