With an extensive inventory of Corvettes including new and used models, we have something for everyone. The Corvette brand has a history that has spanned over 60 years. The 2014 Corvette Stingray is a continuation of the great legacy that Chevrolet has grown for the Corvette. With stylistic changes and even greater performance than it's predecessors, the C7 Corvette Stingray is the perfect vehicle for any performance car fanatic.
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Along with becoming the owner of a great sports car, when you purchase a Corvette from Harchelroad Motors you get some great perks. After purchasing a Corvette from Harchelroad Motors, you become a member of an elite group of customers. Our Corvette customers get invited to exclusive events and receive complimentary bags, hats, koozies, and many more Corvette branded goods.
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Harchelroad Motors, Inc. is always aiming to make a difference in the community and create a greater good for society. In 2013 Harchelroad Motors went above and beyond all expectations by donating a Corvette to raise funds for cancer research during the annual Cattleman's Ball. Raffle tickets were sold for $500 per ticket, for a chance to take the donated Corvette home. A maximum of 1,000 tickets were made available for sale to the public with all proceeds going to cancer research. A grand total of $413,000 was donated through raffle ticket sales. Sid and Brian Harchelroad donated the 60th Anniversary Limited Edition Grand Sport Coupe in honor of their father, Gene Harchelroad who lost his five-year battle with cancer in 2002.
Pictured below: Brothers, Sid and Brian Harchelroad pose next to the donated Corvette with their wives, Carol and Michelle, and Cattlemen's Ball host family, Ralph and Bev Holzfaster.