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Corvette Today Podcast: Latest Corvette News And Headlines

Things are starting to heat up about the new C8 Z06! And CORVETTE TODAY covers it all in this News & Headlines episode. Here are some of the topics you'll hear about ... https://podcasts.adorilabs.com/corve...kihhFe5DMAPYnY
1. Final stats for the 2021 model year C8 Corvette
2. Nearly half of the C8.R IMSA Edition C8’s are already sold
3. 2022 C8 Configurator is now live
4. The C8 was the 2nd fastest selling new car in August 2021
5. Consumer Reports declines to recommend the 2021 C8 Corvette
6. 2021 C8 tops its class in the JD Power APEAL Study
7. A Nurburgring video captures 2023 C8 Z06 with unofficial track time
8. We have video evidence that the C8 Z06 will also come in an HTC
9. Did we see the reveal colors on the last teaser video for the C8 Z06?
10. Another Easter Egg discovery on the C8 Z06 “Save the Date” video
11. Spy photos of the C8 E-ray confirm it’s a performance hybrid
12. New Zealand about to get their right-hand drive C8 Corvettes
13. The C8 Z06 might break 3 production V8 records
14. Chevrolet has officially quit making the LT5 engine with 755 hp

This is a long list of topics, and it's not everything that's covered in this episode of the CORVETTE TODAY podcast.

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    Is anyone using National Corvette Museums Insurance? I like how they will pay out full cost on a loss <no depreciation - god forbid >
    Mine won't be a daily driver, garaged and will see low miles. Any suggestions much appreciated! Thanks.

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    I’ve had their insurance for 4.5yrs. They say it is collector car insurance. The idea is that it is for cars that are not driven much and are cared for well.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by C7Redneck View Post
      I’ve had their insurance for 4.5yrs. They say it is collector car insurance. The idea is that it is for cars that are not driven much and are cared for well.
      Are there mileage limits on the policies?
      Delivered 5/29!: Scarlet Fever 2021 2LT HTC, Red Mist Metallic Tintcoat, two-tone Natural w/ suede inserts, Mag Ride, Performance Exhaust

      Gone but not forgotten: SunKissed, 2015 2LT, 7MT, Black over Daytona Sunrise Orange Metallic, Stingray convertible

      Proud member of the Old Dominion Corvette Club: https://www.olddominioncorvetteclub.org/

      Never grow up - It's a trap.

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        I've had it since we picked up our '14 C7 vert at the museum. Adam and his team are excellent to deal with.

        You pick the mileage you plan to drive in a year. If you go under the number, it's rolled over to the next year. You can also change the mileage you intend to drive each period too. Their pricing is excellent. I never had a claim so I can't speak to how that works.... He covers any 'collector' car, not just Corvettes.
        2020 HTC Torch Red with lots of goodies. Built in September. Museum Delivered in October......

        Other toys in the garage: Ferrari California, BMW i8 Roadster, Bentley Flying Spur

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        • #5
          Excellent program. Great people operating a great program. I would recommend you call there, and if you do so,l please mention you are a member of MECF. Best of luck!
          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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            Are they excellent for daily driven corvettes as well driven about 12k miles a year or are they specifically for occassional use etc?

            thanks in advance.

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            • #7
              Of our 4 toys, only the Corvette is with the Museum insurance folks. They do limit how it's driven.... I don't know if they have coverage for 'drivers'. Give 'em a call. They are very easy to work with and a pleasure to do business with.
              2020 HTC Torch Red with lots of goodies. Built in September. Museum Delivered in October......

              Other toys in the garage: Ferrari California, BMW i8 Roadster, Bentley Flying Spur

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                Thank you all for the comments. I just plugged in some quick numbers on their online quote system and got an email back. This looks like a good option.

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                  Spoke to Adam today. Nice guy. Their program is not for daily drivers. He was "very specific" on usage. As he explained, I was glad he did, but slightly confused on some of the scenarios of usage. < maybe I'm getting old > While my new corvette would not be a daily driver and use would be total pleasure driving which they support and encourage, you CANNOT < or you not suppose to > use your car for things like going to the doctor, post office or to pick up say a to-go order or bottle of wine. But he did say going out to dinner, or a joy ride or to a car show is perfectly acceptable within the program. Usage is a bit of a grey area, other than the mileage and of course not using your vehicle to drive to work.

                  IMO, it seemed to be explained to me that while you could be out cruising around enjoying a nice ride in your "collector" car, you "could" stop in and pick up some mints at the CVS, but if you were home and drove the car there to pick up a prescription < a guess considered running an errand > that would be a coverage issue. This is a discussion or debate to consider before choosing NCM coverage, or ANY classic or collectible coverage before driving your car.

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                  • #10
                    My quote today for 3,000 miles per year on a 2015 Z06 was within $20 of being twice the premium for my zero deductible and unlimited mileage policy with AMICA. The Museum policy sets a specific value on the car, which is good, but the price seemed awfully steep. The coverage is unique though, and probably worth considering for any kind of collectible car.
                    Convertible delivered 9/11/20 — Long Beach Red/Natural, 3LT, Z51, FE4 Suspension, E60 Front Lift, FA5 Carbon Fiber Trim, Q8T Spectra Gray Tridents, 5ZZ High Wing, D84 Carbon Flash Top & Nacelles, ZYC Carbon Flash Mirrors, 3N9 Tan Belts, VQK Splash Guards.

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                      This year, despite the fact that I have never filed a claim in 20 years, my homeowners insurance company wanted to raise my ;premium 30%. So, that got me insurance shopping, and I got an unbeatable deal with a new company combining my homeowners, car insurance, and umbrella policy with a single company. Its Vermont Mutual, but they only write insurance in New England and New York state.

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