[PODCAST] CorvetteBlogger Offers the Latest Headlines on the Corvette Today Podcast


[PODCAST] CorvetteBlogger Offers the Latest Headlines on the Corvette Today Podcast

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CorvetteBlogger joins Steve Garrett this week on the CORVETTE TODAY Podcast to offer the latest news, rumors, and headlines from the Corvette World since our last visit two weeks ago. It’s been a mixed couple of weeks of both good and bad news for Corvette enthusiasts so check out the latest topics for this week’s show.

Steve Garrett and Keith Cornett from CorvetteBlogger.com collaborate to bring you the latest news in the world of Corvette! Here are just a few of the topics covered in this week’s episode of CORVETTE TODAY:

1. Chevrolet announces 2021 C8 production starts on December 8th
2. 2021 Corvette Allocations and Orders Underway
3. BGA has 2-day shutdown because of Covid issues with Mexican supplier
4. Chevrolet salutes Oliver Gavin as he concludes his full-time roll with Corvette Racing
5. A 2008 Corvette C6 Z06 sets the track record for a naturally aspirated engine
6. GM presents C8 HTC & SUV at 2020 China International Import Show
7. Corvette wins its category in the JD Power US Resale Value Awards
8. 2014 Corvette from the movie “Spencer Confidential” on sale on Craig’s List

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  1. I don’t actually, “know,” but I do know that it varies considerably. The question might also include how long it takes to get to its final destination once its been built. My C8 was built on 02/20/2020. It got to the lot the same day. It sat on the lot for about a month. It then got trucked to a second destination a few days later. How long it sat, I don’t know. What I do know is that it reached its final destination on April 1, 2020, on the West Coast in Los Angeles. Thus, from being built to arriving at a West Coast dealer, it took 40 days or so. AF

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