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I was planning to order a 2015 yellow with z51 1TL. the msrp on the website is about $58000. Then I found this 2014 model and its exactly what I want but the catch is the price cost $63370 instead $58000. unless there is more addition option add on that I didn't see on the ad. With that price I could've get a z51 2TL. Looking forward for your opinion.

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Solely based on what is in the ad it certainly does look over priced to me.
 

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I attend the Vettes at Carlisle every year for the past 9 years and have talked with the guys from Kerbeck on buying a vette from their online inventory. They never add to the msrp. and the stocked vettes are from the low end base models to the most expensive. Some even have $1k off the coupes and $3k off the convertibles. I bought a 392 challenger online last year and had it delivered 700 miles and every part of the transaction was seamless. Agree on a price, send a bank transfer, sign and overnight the papers back and the dely is arranged in a few days. Landmark Dodge is one of the largest dealers on the east coast that advertise excellent prices, great customer service and I will buy again from them.
 

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Several units out there on "Trader" are still $5 to $10K OVER MSRP. So certainly sounds like the case here. Check all the Forum dealers, most now on floor inventory are $3-$5K off. Kerbeck even has the Z51 discounted now in Coupe to the tune of $2K off. $5 on convertibles. If not order the 2015! Good Luck!
 

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I attend the Vettes at Carlisle every year for the past 9 years and have talked with the guys from Kerbeck on buying a vette from their online inventory. They never add to the msrp. and the stocked vettes are from the low end base models to the most expensive. Some even have $1k off the coupes and $3k off the convertibles. I bought a 392 challenger online last year and had it delivered 700 miles and every part of the transaction was seamless. Agree on a price, send a bank transfer, sign and overnight the papers back and the dely is arranged in a few days. Landmark Dodge is one of the largest dealers on the east coast that advertise excellent prices, great customer service and I will buy again from them.
Kerbeck may not charge over list but watch their fees. Their fees are like paying over list when other dealers to not charge over list and no fees.


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I got mine at Kerbeck in Atlantic City and it was actually $2K under sticker price... My local dealer here in Princeton has a +$8K market adjustment on a new convertible. I think he is nuts... but someone will come along and pay it. Poor fellow/gal.
 

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Last time I stopped in at Hendricks, they were selling at MSRP. You may want to give them a call or drop in and look at the sticker.
 

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The fees that I paid at Kerbeck were spot on to what I had priced from another dealer.I believe they want customers to come back.
I know I will.
 

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The fees that I paid at Kerbeck were spot on to what I had priced from another dealer.I believe they want customers to come back.
I know I will.
How much did you pay for your documentation fee? Isn't Kerbeck's documentation fee $800? The local dealership has an $80 documentation fee, and I have heard of some dealerships with a $0 documentation fee.
 

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Last time I stopped in at Hendricks, they were selling at MSRP. You may want to give them a call or drop in and look at the sticker.
There are also many "Hendricks" dealers around the eastern half of the country. Some have less than top notch sales practices.
 

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How much did you pay for your documentation fee? Isn't Kerbeck's documentation fee $800? The local dealership has an $80 documentation fee, and I have heard of some dealerships with a $0 documentation fee.
They do charge a fee. However, they are upfront about it, not trying to hide it in the paperwork. You can pay it, or look elsewhere. My dealer had a $133 doc fee, but lowered the agreed price by that amount, so the bottom line remained what I was originally quoted.
 

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Thrilled, what do you consider 'spot on'? I heard Kerbeck was charging around 800 for fees, while Criswell Chevrolet in MD only charges 300 (I believe that is the max cap by law in MD).
 
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