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If you live in the greater Detroit area or in one of General Motors' favorite testing zones, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the C7 era is already upon us - Chevrolet Corvette Stingray coupes are thick on the ground in every color of the rainbow around here. Of course, that's just our Motor City Myopia creeping in, as the first customer deliveries from the automaker's famed Bowling Green, Kentucky facility are actually just now getting underway.

Thus far, Chevrolet says it has built around 1,000 Corvettes for retail sale, with most examples slated to arrive safely in their white prophylactic transport wrappers at dealers nationwide in the next few weeks. If you're waiting for a droptop, find a comfy chair - Corvette Convertible production isn't slated to begin until the end of this year. If you live in colder climes, might we suggest you take delivery at your winter snowbird residence?

For those of you with orders in, VIN paperwork in hand and a glint in your eye, General Motors cautions that cars are being shipped out of build sequence, a fact it notes is normal during the start of production of any car. For the rest of you, well, you're a step closer to seeing the seventh-generation model on a street corner near you.Continue reading Chevy begins shipping C7 Corvette Stingray
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