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    At least Criswell, Les Stanford, and McMulkin are maintaining lists for a 2021 and/or Performance Variant. I'm number 34,18, and 14 on them respectively. Kerbeck states that they won't be starting a 2021 list until late 2020. I haven't gotten any responses about a waiting list yet from Coughlin or Hendrick other than "we're working on it."
    I'm holding out for a Z06 as 90 - 95% of my miles are track miles. Not necessarily for power but for handling.
    C7 Track Dedicated Z51
    Rollbar, tow hook, Z06 grill, short throw shifter, upgraded rotors/pads/wheels/tires, dashcam.
    2018 Honda Goldwing
    2018 Suzuki V-Strom
    Track Day Addict, Latin America Adventure Biker, and Medicare Recipient.

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    should be interesting..when demand outstrips supply for model year 2020...

    if your still waiting for a model year 2020 delivery and the model year production ends...do you start at the beginning of the 2021 model year production list or go to the end of the 2021 model year list?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by JB View Post
      should be interesting..when demand outstrips supply for model year 2020...

      if your still waiting for a model year 2020 delivery and the model year production ends...do you start at the beginning of the 2021 model year production list or go to the end of the 2021 model year list?
      I think you meant ".........end of the 2020 list?" Guess you'd have to ask each dealer individually. If they run out of allocations for 2020 before they get to you, then I would hope that they'd bump you up to a 2021 list..............
      C7 Track Dedicated Z51
      Rollbar, tow hook, Z06 grill, short throw shifter, upgraded rotors/pads/wheels/tires, dashcam.
      2018 Honda Goldwing
      2018 Suzuki V-Strom
      Track Day Addict, Latin America Adventure Biker, and Medicare Recipient.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by VetteStromWing View Post
        I'm holding out for a Z06 as 90 - 95% of my miles are track miles. Not necessarily for power but for handling.
        That's why I'm aiming for a GS. Don't need any more power, but handling tweaks might be cool.

        But I'll get the Stingray to tide me over until then.

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        • #5
          Hope the 2021s aren't sold out before I'm prepared to purchase. If so, I guess I'll wait for the first 2022s.
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          • #6
            Been on Mike Furman’s Z06 list for years. However, might the 2020 Stingray be so exciting to drive, that I choose to be moved a year backwards? I am believing that is going to happen, for under 3.0 seconds to 60 is significantly faster than my 2015, 7M, Z06.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by VetteStromWing View Post

              I think you meant ".........end of the 2020 list?" Guess you'd have to ask each dealer individually. If they run out of allocations for 2020 before they get to you, then I would hope that they'd bump you up to a 2021 list..............
              Its more of a rhetorical question...if demand outstrips supply and even if you are on a list for a 2020 model year product...then if production of the 2020 model year ends..before your reservation comes up...

              whoever was on a list for model year 2020 and didnt get their car ..really should be one the first people ordering the 2021 model year at that dealership..l

              i cant imagine it would go any other way...

              i placed a reservation in may of 2019 before the reveal...i still fully expect a reservation delivery relatively early on in 2020..

              i still am stunned GM didnt just produce the c8 as a 2021 model...

              I guess the 1983 debacle was something that gm did not want to relive?

              if I remember correctly.. i had a 1999 c5 z51 that took seven weeks to come in. I test drove the c5 active handling on one of their early ride and autox like events...said what the hell and ordered the car in I believe august 1998...got it in 7 weeks...

              i fully expect march to may as that sounds about right...if it runs later....id imagine 2021 model year is entirely possible.....

              double shift included...I dont see how bowling green can meet demand...unless everyone has double orders at dealers

              its been said in the past 40 percent drop off rate is not unheard of...

              i think thats multiple deposits more than lack of demand...

              i dont think pricimg of optioms will leapfrog without extra content within said package becoming standard..

              the tital wave of outrage for option price upgrades beyond say @ couple of hundred dollars is in my opinion wjere will land...(unless new options were input into say 2LT etc)
              Last edited by JB; 08-12-2019, 05:05 PM.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by JB View Post

                Its more of a rhetorical question...if demand outstrips supply and even if you are on a list for a 2020 model year product...then if production of the 2020 model year ends..before your reservation comes up...

                whoever was on a list for model year 2020 and didnt get their car ..really should be one the first people ordering the 2021 model year at that dealership..l

                i cant imagine it would go any other way...

                i placed a reservation in may of 2019 before the reveal...i still fully expect a reservation delivery relatively early on in 2020..

                i still am stunned GM didnt just produce the c8 as a 2021 model...

                I guess the 1983 debacle was something that gm did not want to relive?

                if I remember correctly.. i had a 1999 c5 z51 that took seven weeks to come in. I test drove the c5 active handling on one of their early ride and autox like events...said what the hell and ordered the car in I believe august 1998...got it in 7 weeks...

                i fully expect march to may as that sounds about right...if it runs later....id imagine 2021 model year is entirely possible.....

                double shift included...I dont see how bowling green can meet demand...unless everyone has double orders at dealers

                its been said in the past 40 percent drop off rate is not unheard of...

                i think thats multiple deposits more than lack of demand...

                i dont think pricimg of optioms will leapfrog without extra content within said package becoming standard..

                the tital wave of outrage for option price upgrades beyond say @ couple of hundred dollars is in my opinion wjere will land...(unless new options were input into say 2LT etc)
                I think you're right that a "40%" drop off is list drop off, not demand drop off. I have deposits in with several dealers, so there you go. One will get it. Depending on price, convenience, location etc. I got my 2015 Z51 for 9% off msrp at Les Stanford. We'll see about any similarities with the C8.............
                C7 Track Dedicated Z51
                Rollbar, tow hook, Z06 grill, short throw shifter, upgraded rotors/pads/wheels/tires, dashcam.
                2018 Honda Goldwing
                2018 Suzuki V-Strom
                Track Day Addict, Latin America Adventure Biker, and Medicare Recipient.

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