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On July 4, 1939 during his farewell address Lou said, "Yet today I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the earth." I knew I was taking my chances by picking up my new Torch Red/Adrenaline Red LT-2 A6 on Turkey-day eve. (Obviously, I'm not superstitious) We have all become well aware of the QC problems associated with the C7 launch. I have been to the factory and talked to the "test drivers" before the official start of C7 production. I have been to Cars and Coffee and seen 7 new C7's of various colors in the bright sunlight and seen the orange peel. I built an extensive check list that my dealer - Classic Chevrolet in Sugar Land, TX, was kind enough to let me work through before I signed the check. To my surprise, it was as damned near perfect! Orange peel was only about a 1.5 on the scale where the other C7's I examined were in the 3-5 range. Hopefully that means the paint is getting better. Thanks to Glen E for his insights. I ordered a new set of wheels and had them installed today.

http://s1365.photobucket.com/user/tomtraylor001/slideshow/My new C7
 
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congrats on your new C7! I moved up to 3300 today and have ordered the torch red so glad to hear the paint is getting better!
 

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I love, love, love the wheels do they have those in a smoke or gun medal?
Same style in black


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Since the TSW website has not been updated for the C7 could you publish the part numbers for those wheels?


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