In this video Rick Corvette Conti gets information from one of his Corvette customers that there was a retail sellable VIN on a C8 Corvette Z06 in Bowling Green, Kentucky at the Corvette Museum.
As he mentions being on the inside as a Corvette Salesman at a Chevrolet Dealership he knows more about it and has more intel but can’t provide definitive dates.
He did say the C8 Corvette Z06 pricing and ordering is coming very soon and things are moving forward. Chevrolet and the Corvette media team has been saying “late summer” all along.
So for all the rumors, speculation, about something being wrong with the Corvette Z06 C8 it’s more than likely if there are any delays past late summer it’s more likely to do the supply chain issues the entire country and every car manufacturer is facing since China controls a lot of the chip flow.
Also, he discussed how the Green C8 Corvette Z06 NFT was a huge flop with the timing of crypto being down big from the $60k level in bitcoin (now under $18k when writing this) and Ethereum peaking close to $5k and now at almost $1k .
If this was done again with an actual tangible Green Corvette C8 Z06 you can actually see at a Barrett Jackson auction for charity, Rick Hendrick would own it in a second and have 3 “firsts” C8 Corvette Z06s coming to him. He won the bid on the first Coupe and Convertible C8 Corvette Z06s this year at Barrett Jackson as well.
NO!!! YOU CANNOT YET, ORDER A C8 Z06 CORVETTE…
In this video you can see Rick Corvette Conti address some of the other clickbait YouTubers that talk about the C8 Corvette Z06 with nothing but speculation and guesses.
As you can see he is frustrated with the content people are putting out on YouTube that is making his life as a Corvette salesmen harder having to field calls when people on YouTube try to “confirm” unconfirmed information about the C8 Z06.
Be careful who you get your information from about the C8 Corvette online.
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Rick, sorry about your halfshaft breakage. Be patient ! I did run across this article this evening, thought it may give you some insight…keep the great tradition going…