I was invited to the Manhattan debut of the C7 tonight. There were a number of classic Corvettes on display including a pristine 1953 that was purported to be the third one every built. There was also a 65 Sting Ray Coupe and a few 1970s "Mako Sharks". What were missing were late 50s early 60s "Route 66" era models.
The new model was very well received. I sat in it and the seats and interior are a huge improvement over the previous generation. There is enough luggage space for two people so it is practical for a two seater.
I suspect it will be well received by the automotive press and will sell very well.
Drivers Club at Lime Rock
The Glen Club (Watkins Glen International)
International Motor Racing Research Center
Cayman Club Nor'Easters
Porsche Club of America
Madison Ave. Sports Car Driving and Chowder Society (Only a Vice President)
Sports Car Club of America
Polish Racing Drivers of America (PRDA)
American Mural Project
Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum
Mount Washington Observatory
Society of Automotive Historians
Last edited by captainaudio; 01-17-2013 at 03:03 PM.