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    Default Just caught 40 pics most of them new, great interior

    Just ran into this on another forum
    enjoy

    http://forums.corvetteforum.com/zerothread?id=720834

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    Great Photos, thanks! That "orange" is really growing on me...looks more copper actually. I like!

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    the same "orange/copper" color that was on chevy truck a couple of years ago
    retired race engine builder,former NASCAR tech inspector,corvette owner since 1959, new corvettes owned,59,62,63,64,65,66,97,99,02,05, 2008 is in my garage, 2008 sold and waiting for my C-7

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    great pictures....thanks.

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    I'm in love...

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    Originally posted by z06nutss405
    get bigger virsions here-

    http://www.fast-autos.net/chevrolet/chevroletc6.html


    Sweet, the C5 didn't tempted me, but this one does.

    I can't but my finger on why, I guess just becuse so many things look and sound just right

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    Originally posted by z06nutss405
    get bigger virsions here-

    http://www.fast-autos.net/chevrolet/chevroletc6.html
    ..or you can just click on the pics from the original link to get full screen, borderless pics.

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    HI
    Where does the front license plate go? This can blow the front of the vette's looks.

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    Originally posted by kingman
    Where does the front license plate go? This can blow the front of the vette's looks.
    Alan
    Hmmmm....very good point! That's a law here in Ohio. Hadn't thought about that. Time for some Photoshop action to see what it looks like....

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    Cool Pics

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    Oh No!!!! Gosh, when ya squint, it looks like some buck tooth fish or something! Aghhhh!!!! Hahahhahah
    I laugh now...and I'll probably cringe when I first see it. But on the other hand, my reply (as a C6 owner) would be, "Yeah, but what are you driving???"

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    Anybody know what price the C6 will be?

    Right now the '04 Z06 (per Chevrolet) is $52,385.00 (I know that there are better deals out there, I just took Chevy's current standard price)....

    Has anyone heard or seen any prices yet?

    SR

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    All the write-ups that just came out today said $45 base price. I can imagine the Z-51, Nav system, heated seats, etc will push it up into the low to mid 50s for a "loaded" or semi-loaded version.

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    Originally posted by Buster1
    All the write-ups that just came out today said $45 base price. I can imagine the Z-51, Nav system, heated seats, etc will push it up into the low to mid 50s for a "loaded" or semi-loaded version.
    In 1990, a base Corvette Coupe had 245 hp and sold for a price of $31,979.00. The ZR1 option gave 130 more horsepower with an additional $27,016.00 added to the base price totaling $58,995.00 (barring any other RPOs for example only). This was a very large horsepower jump from stock.

    In 2001, a base Corvette Coupehad 350 hp and sold for a price of $40,475.00. The Z06 added 35 more horsepower for an additional $7,025.00. Small horsepower increment compared to ZR1's 130hp increase but still pretty good.

    If the C6s base is around $45,000.00 (of course demand will drive the cost up. Example: some ZR1s sold for ridiculously high prices when introduced) and if the new high performance C6 will push out 500 hp, what would be an estimated price for the Z06-C6? This would add 100 hp over the stock C6. A hefty gain, do you think that it would bring some of the mystic to the C6 that the ZR1 did to the C4? Finally..will the C6 hook up with 500 horses?

    Just a novice asking questions..SR

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