<VV> the missing "30th Anniversary Corvette" ?
Chaz at ProperProper.com
Fri Jul 30 13:33:43 EDT 2010
Interesting that the "30th Anniversary Corvette" was the missing year ?
(although technically that would have been the 1982 ?)
I can't believe some "insightful" / larcenous (?) GM execs didn't squirrel a
few away for retirement ?
I wonder whose basement / Jay's Garage stores the other 42 Corvettes ?
We keep (OK, once in a great while) finding Corvairs in garages and dealers,
----- Original Message -----
From: "Cliff" <cliff at tibweb.com>
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Sent: Friday, July 30, 2010 9:56 AM
Subject: <VV> the missing vette
> >From Edmund's history of the Vette:
> "Hey, what happened to 1983? What happened was that the change from the
> previous-generation Corvette to the new one was so radical that it took a
> while to get the Bowling Green plant up and running. So while 43
> preproduction "1983" C4 Corvettes were built, none of these was ever sold
> the general public and only one of them survives today. Instead, in March
> '83, Chevrolet began selling the 1984 Corvette and it was the most
> dramatically different Corvette since the '63 Sting Ray."
> More at: http://www.edmunds.com/chevrolet/corvette/history.html
> Cliff Tibbitts
> Lexington, KY
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