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The total number of Corvettes delivered in 2013 was 17,251. That includes, of course the new C6's sold throughout the year as well as the new StingRays. Selling 3,005 StingRays in December was a great way to end the calendar year.

Plant production will resume this coming Monday, and sales are on track for at least 25,000 2014 Corvettes to be sold during the 2014 model year.

Corvettes sales were clearly not the only bright spot for GM in 2013, as per today's GM media release:

"2013 Highlights (versus 2012)

GM became the first American auto company in history to top the J.D. Power Initial Quality Study, with eight individual model awards, including five for Chevrolet.
Chevrolet redesigned iconic products, including the Silverado 1500, Corvette and Impala, all of which won numerous awards for product excellence.
Cadillac finished the year as the industry’s fastest-growing full-line luxury brand.
Buick had its best sales year since 2006 as the brand expanded into new segments with the Verano sedan and the Encore small crossover.
The all-new Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and GMC Sierra 1500 helped the company increase its full-size pickup sales by 14 percent.
GMC sales were the strongest since 2007, and the Sierra now has the highest average transaction prices of any full-size pickup truck line in the industry, according to J.D. Power PIN estimates.
Overall, GM’s share of the $40,000 and up light-duty pickup segment, which is about one-third of the market, has increased 7 percentage points to 36 percent.
Combined sales of GM’s mini, small and compact cars increased by 10 percent, bolstered by best-ever sales of the Chevrolet Sonic and Cruze, and a remarkable year for the new Chevrolet Spark, which saw more than 34,000 deliveries.
Crossover deliveries were strong all year long, increasing by 14 percent. New products like the Buick Encore drove the growth along with stalwarts like the Chevrolet Equinox and GMC Terrain, which had their best sales years ever. The GMC Acadia and Buick Enclave also had their best years ever."

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Could have been 3006 if my dealer had people in to do PDI on 12/31. Oh well. I figure mine was the first one delivered in 2014.
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