If you don't already have it, add glass coverage to your insurance policy, when my C6 glass was replaced, it cost me $100 out of pocket for a $1400 replacement.:thumbsup:Thanks to all for the good information. Sounds like I've got little to lose in trying a repair, and then head for replace if it doesn't work.
If you can still see it............ then it's not repaired.............is it.You Will Be Able To See The Repair
I guess minor depends on the owner and the condition he/her keep their Corvette in. For me, after purchasing a 58K car, I tend to keep mine as perfect as possible, period. And, after 24K, I'm still enjoying a nearly new car too!:thumbsup:yes but is it wise every time you get a little minor crack do you repair think of the cost even if you have coverage i think we should get rid of every vehicle except vettes then we should be okartyon:
$100 insurance deductible for a $1400 replacement is ok with me. Now on my daily driver, which is a 2006 Jetta with 45K, I don't mind.:thumbsup::agree: Even though i dont own a vette yet both my vehicles have a slight crack and i have used the crack repair seems ok but noticeable i guess if i owned what you have then maybe it would be a different story taking pride is number1 but were do you draw the line it can get expensive