Shouldn't be a problem. Fly up there, buy it, and drive it home, take your time,
smell the roses, do a few side trips, that way someone else doesn't have the fun
of trucking it to you. It will be a trip to remember and a once in a lifetime
adventure. In most cases it will sadly be the most it will be driven. If you're
to busy or the Corvette is to expensive to do that, you may not even need it. If
you need an expensive decoration to put in your garage, buy a large flower pot,
forget the flower, that takes up your time.
The CnV in Arizona has had several issues on Corvette Forum.
Here are some:
I believe that CnV is a sponsor of Corvette Forum, and CF tends to nix any
negative comments on their sponsors, so the fact that there is this much
means there are some real unhappy campers.
I've heard from a few who have checked cars out at CnV in Arizona.
Basically, they were very overpriced and not as represented.
I would NOT buy sight unseen from them and I'd line up someone to thoroughly
check the car independently before signing and leaving with it.
You get that same thing from http://www.proteam-corvette.com/ but if you have
any automotive savvy at all and go there you can come home with your hearts
desire fulfilled. Unbelievable inventory. When you're buying/driving 30/40 year
old machinery it can have problems.
I traded in an 84 vette and purchased a 96 from them 5 years ago. I
was very satisfied. I bought the extended warranty on the 96 and 6
months after I got the car the water pump went out. They fixed it
under warranty and repaired an upholstery seam that the thread had
rotted at no charge. I have had the car into them twice more in the
last five years and they treated me right.
Pete Ciadella who owns that company is a class guy. He'll help you with
whatever you need to know. I'd never buy anything I didn't look at first,
but rest assured you'd be dealing with a "stand-up" guy
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