The 2020 Chevrolet Corvette is about to start arriving on dealer lots in short order. As you'd expect with the launch of such a landmark vehicle, there's a lot of anticipation awaiting its arrival.

Also, this translates into a lot of C7 Corvettes that need to be liquidated from dealer inventories.

Spies, this is your time to act if you want to snag the last modern front-engine Corvette.

Whether or not you like the C8, we can't be sure if this will mark a permanent change in the Corvette's layout going forward. If we're putting money on it, we're thinking there's no looking back at this point. The performance gains have been significant and, ultimately, that's the name of the game in the auto business.

According to folks on the ground at the 2020 launch in Nevada, less than 2,600 C7s exist on lots as of this week. GM expects that number to dwindle to less than 2,000 by March 1.

We advise to start making calls and see who wants to make a deal. Not too long ago there was a lot of cash on the hood. That may not hold true any or much longer.

This week we are out in Las Vegas to drive the new 2020 Corvette Stingray and overall the car has so far lived up to the hype. We’ll have more on that later this week. During a couple of the presentations from Chevrolet and Corvette Team Members, we got this interesting stat about remaining 2019 Corvettes.

Chevrolet’s Marketing Manager Steve Majoros shared a slide showing that inventories of the C7 Corvette have dropped to 2,600 units available nationwide and the automaker believes that the number will fall to under 2,000 by March 1st...

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OFFICIAL! There Are LESS Than 2,600 C7 Chevrolet Corvettes In Inventory — Would It Be SMART Or STUPID To Snap One Up?

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