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What customers have said:
Hi Dave, Wanted to let you know that adding extra tape you sent me to hold my blind spot mirror in place worked great. After going over bumpy roads, the mirror held in place. Thank you for sending an extra mirror along with the tape. As a retired executive from GM, I applaud your action to ensure customer satisfaction. Keep up the great job. Incidentally, I just ordered some more Sandyeggo items and my friends to whom I showed the mirror also ordered mirrors.
This compartment shelf is a very well designed and built unit. I usually design and fabricate things myself, but I couldn’t come close to the quality of this shelf. It includes a perfectly fitting felt stick on piece for the top of the shelf. only thing I might ask for, would be felt pieces for the lower sides. Might prevent articles making banging noises when attempting those 1.2 G turns.
If you have a Corvette, the one thing that irritates you to no end is that the shoulder belt doesn’t stay in the factory clip! This thing is amazing! I should have gotten one a long time ago! It’s a simple plastic thingie that probably costs 3 cents to manufacture, (hence the value for money rating of a 3) but it’s brilliant.
LOVE them! I took pics of my rearview mirror – with wife as an assistant in the blindspot.. .- standard, i couldn’t see her – with my new pano mirror – I could! how about that! I did follow someone’s post that used straws to help align, i couldn’t find any straws so I used hors doeuvres sticks… not sure if they really helped – but they made me feel better… GREAT product!
This is an absolute no-brainer for any C7 owner that actually drives their vehicle. I’ve had my C7 for just under 2 years and have always shrugged off the less than useful OEM cupholders. I’ve tried alternative options to make the OEM cupholders more useful, and they helped…a bit. But none of the other options are as useful, or elegant, as this. True, this only provides one cupholder versus two…but the increased stability of the one cupholder and utility of the other trays more than makes up for losing one cup holder. If you a misses that you enjoy going on coffee runs with…this may not be the solution for you. Otherwise, this is an easy to install item that every C7 owner should be able to appreciate.
For me…I bought my Corvette off a showroom floor….I’m sure lots of folks sat in it…the seat showed some wear….I didn’t catch it until after the fact. Long story short, found this site on corvette forums, Got the Red/Diamond to go with my Ceramic Matrix Gray Metallic ‘Vette….looks real good in my opinion, feels good, takes a little effort to get them in good, but nobody can tell they are seat covers! They are really Nice! Thanks!
It’s hard to drive in a Corvette and not give some thought as to the origins or how it became one of the most popular sports cars in the world. Here are 4 facts every Corvette fan should know:
- Where it all began. It was on a summer day in June when the Corvette first made its appearance. At the General Motors plant in Flint, Michigan, on June 30, 1953, the first one was built. The new design was the first American sports car to have an all-fiberglass body. It was at the auto show that people got their first glimpse of the new beauty.
- Full production. When the Corvette debuted at the auto show, it was an instant hit, with people wanting one. Six months after the first model rolled out of the plant, the Corvette was in full production, with 300 being produced that first year.
- What’s in a name. While millions are familiar with the famous name today, most people are not aware of its origins. The term Corvette refers to a warship that is highly maneuverable and is smaller than a destroyer. When they were deciding on a name, they took hundreds of suggestions from the public, but the term Corvette, which was submitted by a newspaper photographer, is the one that won out. They believed the name would be well-received by men, especially those who had served in the military.
- Production continues. Over the decades, different car models come and go, but the Corvette has been consistent. It’s one of the top longest produced vehicles in the country, with it being in production for over 64 years. The only two vehicles that have been in production longer are the Ford F-150 and the Chevrolet Suburban.
Driving a Corvette is more than just making your way down the street. It’s a lifestyle, and it comes with a representation of the vehicle itself and all that it stands for. Corvette fans can be found from one end of the country to the other, proudly driving and displaying a slice of American history!