Kerbeck Corvette, which is a dealer in Atlantic City, New Jersey, is now taking deposits for the new C8 Corvette. According to the signup sheet found on the company’s website, you can put down your $1,000 refundable deposit for the mid-engine Corvette. The $1,000 deposit puts you on the list of people who will get the purchase the C8 first.
The dealer has the sign up explained in three phases. Basically, the process will go like this. Prospective buyers (that’s you hopefully) will put down $1,000 as a deposit. When Chevrolet announces the price of the new C8 mid-engine Corvette Kerbeck Corvette will issue a buyer’s order so you can select the colors and options you want.
If you’re okay with the price, you can continue on with the sale (note that taxes and dealer fees will not be included in that price). If you’re not okay with the price that Chevrolet sets, then you can refund your money and be on your way. We suggest you take a closer look at one of the many C7’s sitting around on dealerships across the country.
According to Corvette Blogger, many dealers have a deposit and list of buyers for the C8 Corvette. However, Kerbeck Corvette is known for waiting until right before the vehicle’s debut to start taking deposits for new cars. That means the C8 Corvette’s debut likely isn’t far off, which is very good news.