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When you buy buy a new C-5 why is there a surcharge on dest.cos to be deliver at the museum,its almost right across the street???:lookinup: :buhbye: :huh:
 

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When you go to the Chevrolet website and make your own Corvette they used to have a thing where you check off if you want NCM delivery. I think it was 400-500$.
 

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kenney said:
When you buy buy a new C-5 why is there a surcharge on dest.cos to be deliver at the museum,its almost right across the street???:lookinup: :buhbye: :huh:

Just another way to stick it to you. :rolleyes: :laughing: :laughing:
 

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Option code R8C = $490.00 plus you still have to pay the normal destination charges.
 

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I was just at the museum about 1 hr ago, the museum only gets $65 of the $490 that it cost, but they are about to start getting the dealer prep fee instead of the dealer in Cave City where the cars are sent before they go to the museum....
 

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In addition to the R8C delivery, you can get your 1953 - 2003 Corvette "delivered" at the museum. They call it the NCM Xperience. This is for folks that purchased their Corvette used or never had a chance for a delivery at the museum. They detail the outside of the car and put it on the floor, take you on a private tour of the plant and "essentially" everything an R8C has except a silver sticker for the door. The cost is $350 and the Museum gets it all! Is is a nice experience.
Wouldn't it be nice to get your 1967 "delivered" at the Museum?
Ken
 
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