Wow, that is a pretty difficult and time consuming task as I have done it. That is my car below with the red interior before and after removing the passenger dash pad. The gray interior is someone else that have done it as well.
I will send you a direct personal message with a link to a thread outside of this forum where others as well as me provided insight on this mod.
I wanted to turn my 2LT to a 2.5LT so I called the dealer to see how much to replace my passenger dash pad to red, I recall two quotes of $1500 and $2000 so of course I took a pass and tackled it and used swear words throughout the process but was very happy in the end that I came, saw and conquered the challenge . Would I do it again, whewww probably not.....Just Sayin
My brand new C7 Stingray is arriving Tuesday! I'm having Michelin AS N3+ ZP all season tires put on the car. Before I drive it home in the light snow and put it in the garage.
I have a rather steep snow and partially ice covered driveway. Anyone in similar circumstances with these tires...
I purchased a 2017 Long Beach Red L3 w/Z51. It only has 3300 miles on it It runs great. Just some tire walking to contend with I guess. My first Corvette so I have a have a few questions. I will post them them in the proper sections.
We have added a number of new owners over the past few months so I thought the following might be of use to some of you:
***Our C7s all have emergency manual door releases, one located on the floor next to the door sill on the driver side slightly in front of the seat, and a similar one on the...
Hi everyone, after many years of waiting, I'm finally the proud owner of a new Black 2019 Stingray. I'm a 55 year old retired firefighter. I've wanted a Corvette since well before I could drive. I plan on doing some engine/horsepower upgrades soon. Not intending for it to ever be a race car. I...