Final C6 Corvette Built at the Bowling Green Plant

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As the information has been pouring in about the all new C7 Corvette Stingray, you may have forgotten about the C6 Corvette.  Production of the C6 generation has officially been halted as of Thursday.

The last Corvette to run down the line at the Bowling Green Assembly Plant is a 427 White Convertible.  It is destined to for the General Motors Heritage Center Museum.  The 7.0-liter V8 in this car was assembled by the one and only chief engineer himself, Tadge Juechter.

There were a total of 215,100 C6 Corvettes that were built at the Bowling Green plant during a 9-year span.  If you are still looking for the current Corvette body style then you may not want to wait too much longer.  These Corvettes are becoming much scarcer by the day as the remaining unsold units are being picked up.  Here at Red River Chevrolet in Bossier City, LA we have about 15 left.  We had about 25 just over a month ago.  In total, Chevrolet reports that there are about 6,100 unsold C6 Corvettes in the market.

As of today (March 1, 2013) Red River Chevrolet in Bossier City has the area’s largest selection of Corvettes and we are currently offering $10,000 off MSRP if you currently own ANY Corvette.

By Brad Troedel
Red River Chevrolet

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