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The Corvette Mechanic - Everything you want to know - C8 Edition

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  • The Corvette Mechanic - Everything you want to know - C8 Edition

    If you're in CT area, or close enough, Paul Koerner (aka, The Corvette Mechanic) will be hosting an "everything you want to know" session right on the heels of the 07-18-19 reveal. Consider it our own east coast reveal

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    JoeCT
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    2019 Z06: M7 Coupe: Shadow Gray Metallic
    2016 Sting w/Z51 : M7 Coupe : Night Race Blue

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    Talked to Paul at the Bash, he knows his stuff.
    1966 coupe - Sunfire Yellow / Black
    2004 Z06 - Millennium Yellow / Black

    NCM Lifetime Member since 2003

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    • #3
      Speaking of C8 "Mechanic". For those of you who plan to buy first-year C8 (as a totally new car), arn't you guy nervous about dealers who have no experience on this car?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Z_Rocks View Post
        Speaking of C8 "Mechanic". For those of you who plan to buy first-year C8 (as a totally new car), arn't you guy nervous about dealers who have no experience on this car?
        I have a motto: "You can always recognize a pioneer. He's the guy at the side of the trail with an arrow in his back."...

        This is among the several reasons I plan to wait until at least year two.

        Expected build - 2022 HTC 2LT Z51
        Front lift, mag ride
        black exterior, adrenaline red interior, bright red calipers

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Milliwatt Rob View Post

          I have a motto: "You can always recognize a pioneer. He's the guy at the side of the trail with an arrow in his back."...

          This is among the several reasons I plan to wait until at least year two.
          I agree, plus I'm more interested in the Z06 model anyway, which I believe would come after base model. Dealing with "Chevy" dealers [mechanical side] has been the worst part of owning a Corvette in the past, at least in South Florida. They treat your car, as if you handed over the keys of a pickup truck to them.

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          • #6
            PAul has my greatest respect in his chosen profession and as one of his many clients has become over the years a long time friend and has been servicing my corvettes for 20 years. Honest, intellegent , hard working, dilligent in his desire to deliver excellence. The entire staff at what is now called Key Chevrolet deliver excellence in a manner becoming of what I consider the best the best in the industry. I travel three states for all my service over the years because of such excellence and integrity.

            part of the reason I stick with corvettes over the years as opposed to other sports car brands is because Paul is so dedicated to his craft.

            im not sure if Ill make the trek up to the dealership for the seminar(because of special care needs program ive recently instituted for my son, saturdays are tough ) yet for those wanting to get the most detailed information on the vehicle, vehicle performance and service...Pauls seminars are awesome.

            a man with a focus specifically for GM to deliver excellence in the ownership experience.

            three new corvettes over 250 k miles on them and my corvette ownership experiences are the best bar none.

            people speak of engineering excellence and I look no further than to GM. The assets that GM puts at the disposal of corvette world class techs is unparrelled in this industry.

            the key factor in my opinion is Pauls desire and ability to properly access that information that all qualified techs have access to resolve any issue...

            As a side note please be aware Paul and I did 200 episodes of the podcast...”the corvette mechanic”
            JB
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            • #7
              Originally posted by JB View Post
              PAul has my greatest respect in his chosen profession and as one of his many clients has become over the years a long time friend and has been servicing my corvettes for 20 years. Honest, intellegent , hard working, dilligent in his desire to deliver excellence. The entire staff at what is now called Key Chevrolet deliver excellence in a manner becoming of what I consider the best the best in the industry. I travel three states for all my service over the years because of such excellence and integrity.

              part of the reason I stick with corvettes over the years as opposed to other sports car brands is because Paul is so dedicated to his craft.

              im not sure if Ill make the trek up to the dealership for the seminar(because of care needs for my son ) yet for those wanting to get the most detailed information on the vehicle, vehicle performance and service...Pauls seminars are awesome.

              a man with a focus specifically for GM to deliver excellence in the ownership experience.

              three new corvettes over 250 k miles on them and my corvette ownership experiences are the best bar none.

              people speak of engineering excellence and I look no further than to GM. The assets that GM puts at the disposal of corvette world class techs is unparrelled in this industry.

              the key factor in my opinion is Pauls desire and ability to properly access that information that all qualified techs have access to resolve any issue...

              As a side note please be aware Paul and I did 200 episodes of the podcast...”the corvette mechanic”
              Agree 100%. When I bought my first Corvette (out of state), I was at first concerned about where to service until someone on a forum pointed out that I was fairly local to The Corvette Mechanic himself who I knew from Corvettes at Carlisle and through your podcast (I've heard every episode). I couldn't believe my good fortune. The service experience is better than any I've ever had with attentive discussion before and after every visit. Paul leads several of these free Corvette seminars at the dealership throughout the year as well. A win all around. I hope everyone can find this level of service for their ride - or move to CT! Wait, no I can't recommend that, except for the Corvette service that is
              2019 Z06: M7 Coupe: Shadow Gray Metallic
              2016 Sting w/Z51 : M7 Coupe : Night Race Blue

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              • #8
                Its a SUNDAY! Im in!

                Be there or be square! (Kidding of course)

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                • #9
                  Agreed! Indeed, good mechanical service can make or break the Corvette experience. My C5 has NEVER seen the inside of a dealership under my ownership of twelve years and 125k miles. My friend the original owner for 12k miles took it to his dealer for two oil changes, but no mechanical work.

                  I bought the car without a plan for service and repairs. Luckily, I ran accross "Scottie's Southwest Corvettes" after getting the car and he took very good care of it. Sadly, he passed away, but his mechanic Bruce continued Corvette service by opening his own shop here in Albuquerque.

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                  • #10
                    Paul’s the best. Before I found an outstanding Tech at a different Chevy service department, I had this repeat problem with my C6 that was, according to the first Tech, “the way the car was designed.” I went up to Paul at a NCM Bash, to his “walk in help session” many years ago, and within two minutes, he not just knew what was the cause, but told me how I could simply fix it in a minute — which I went home and easily did.

                    Also have friends who have been able to get Paul’s help through his NCM walk in sessions — fixing their C6 & C7’s too (he also is extremely C4 and C5 knowledgeable).
                    GBA Black; HTO Twilight/Tension interior; Z51 & Mag Ride; E60 lift; 5VM visible carbon fiber package; 5ZZ high wing; FA5 interior vis CF; ZZ3 engine appearance; 3LT; Q8T Spectra Gray Tridents; J6N Edge Red Calipers; SNG Edge Red Hashmarks; VQK Splash Guards; RCC Edge Red engine cover; VJR illuminated sill plates. Lifetime, annual contributors, and 23 year members of National Corvette Museum. Home is the beautiful Pacific Northwest.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by John View Post
                      Paul’s the best. Before I found an outstanding Tech at a different Chevy service department, I had this repeat problem with my C6 that was, according to the first Tech, “the way the car was designed.” I went up to Paul at a NCM Bash, to his “walk in help session” many years ago, and within two minutes, he not just knew what was the cause, but told me how I could simply fix it in a minute — which I went home and easily did.

                      Also have friends who have been able to get Paul’s help through his NCM walk in sessions — fixing their C6 & C7’s too (he also is extremely C4 and C5 knowledgeable).
                      God bless him, helping people.

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                      • #12
                        I am not concerned, but then again I started out by talking with other Corvette owners to find the best servicing department. We need to do our due diligence, just as we do when we picked an accountant, financial adviser, etc. I like this thread that John created.

                        https://www.midenginecorvetteforum.c...ing-department

                        Having once chosen a great servicing department and a Tech, if that Tech runs across something that they have not seen before, there is somewhere around Detroit, a Tech help line for every GM Tech to call GM Master Techs to get personal assistance on a unique issue.

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