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  • Saw it today

    Got back from Macmulkin a little while ago. My pics would add nothing to the previous posts.
    As always, my opinion/your opinion may differ/nothing wrong with that. Also, these thoughts are based on a cursory observation.
    Car looked awesome!
    Put me in the camp of never sure about the whole scoop thing. Thought it was integrated very nicely.
    Color me stupid as I just recently realized how sculpted the door was and the way it flowed into the scoop. I thought it looked great in person. I only sat in the passenger seat and there was more than enough room.
    Switches were fine, didn't like the light grey interior.
    The window for the engine is a cool gimmick, but I'm a vert guy and couldn't care less about it not being there. To me, I cannot believe how someone would say that's a deal breaker? Do you see the engine while driving?
    A lot of nice C7's in stock, and while I think they are extremely nice they never moved me to buy.
    I anxiously await buying a 2021 C8 vert!
    Congrats to you guys and girls getting a 2020.
    Can't wait to hear real world driving experiences.
    2021 HTC on order with 2LT, front lift, msrc, npp, elb with two tone seats, and gray hash marks. September first delivery??
    Now 22. Thinking adding cf interior and deleting hash marks.
    Delivery? Who knows. ☹☹

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    I appreciate hour insights and I tend to agree the 3 dimensional body sculpting is quite apparent in person and somewhat less so in two dimensional photographs.

    i think its interesting how corvette designers are using the material characteristics of smc to really create something that looks so exotic..

    the durability of the SMC is excellent and now to see the shapes that corvette designers have instituted as in the sodes of the vehicle is quite impressive.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by steve8 View Post
      Do you see the engine while driving?
      From the pictures I've seen, you certainty do see the engine whilst driving. If/When I get one, planning on getting Individual Throttle Bodies. So, I'd like to observe those.

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      • #4
        You don't see 75% of the car while driving it, but other people do. That's one of the reasons you see aftermarket wheels, spoilers, etc.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by P-Tree View Post
          From the pictures I've seen, you certainty do see the engine whilst driving. If/When I get one, planning on getting Individual Throttle Bodies. So, I'd like to observe those.
          The TB is at the rear of the car and lower than the intake so you won't be able to see it (them) whIle driving.

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