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2010corvette
12-05-16, 02:53 PM
Les Stanford Chevrolet has established and was confirmed waiting list for the next generation Corvette.
Currently twenty four people have sent $2,000.00 to Les Stanford Chevrolet to be first in line for new product.
Les Stanford Chevrolet is the third largest seller of Corvettes, behind Kerbeck in New Jersey and Macmulkin in New Hampshire.
Macmulkin in New Hampshire and Buff Whelan in Michigan advertise "NO Fees" on the purchase of New Corvettes.
New car doc fees run between 195.00 and 210.00 here in Michigan
In Massachusetts doc fees on new cars are as high as $410.00


PS: Buying new or previously used (High Sport Segment Real Sport Car) is wise choice.
Most of my new Corvette's have come from Buff Whelan Chevrolet in Sterling Heights Michigan and Chevrolet Boston Zone office.

corvette addict
12-30-16, 12:50 PM
Les Stanford Chevrolet has established and was confirmed waiting list for the next generation Corvette.
Currently twenty four people have sent $2,000.00 to Les Stanford Chevrolet to be first in line for new product.
Les Stanford Chevrolet is the third largest seller of Corvettes, behind Kerbeck in New Jersey and Macmulkin in New Hampshire.
Macmulkin in New Hampshire and Buff Whelan in Michigan advertise "NO Fees" on the purchase of New Corvettes.
New car doc fees run between 195.00 and 210.00 here in Michigan
In Massachusetts doc fees on new cars are as high as $410.00


PS: Buying new or previously used (High Sport Real Cars) is wise choice.
Most of my new Corvette's have come from Buff Whelan Chevrolet in Sterling Heights Michigan and Chevrolet Boston Zone office.


I thought Hendrick was #1 in Corvette Sales

corvette addict

2010corvette
01-01-17, 02:05 PM
I thought Hendrick was #1 in Corvette Sales

corvette addict

Hendrick is the top Corvette seller in the south eastern part of our country.

catbert
01-03-17, 01:19 PM
I don't know why anyone would drop a deposit on a car they don't know anything about, including the release date. ;LOL

corvette addict
01-03-17, 05:56 PM
I don't know why anyone would drop a deposit on a car they don't know anything about, including the release date. ;LOL

So they can be 1st. Of course the car may never get built. Just some money not needed for a couple of years also there's a good chance someone could put down $2001.00 and get ahead of the $2000.00 guy. It could escalate. A dealer wouldn't by pass someone would they? NAH NAH they wouldn't do that.:rotfl

corvette addict

catbert
01-03-17, 11:18 PM
So they can be 1st. Of course the car may never get built. Just some money not needed for a couple of years also there's a good chance someone could put down $2001.00 and get ahead of the $2000.00 guy. It could escalate. A dealer wouldn't by pass someone would they? NAH NAH they wouldn't do that.:rotfl

corvette addict

I can see the dealer taking the dollars. I just wonder about someone giving to the dealer for, what is now, a pig in a poke.