Country Music Superstar Brad Paisley Takes Delivery of a 2020 C8 Corvette at the Corvette Museum

Country Music Superstar Brad Paisley Takes Delivery of a 2020 C8 Corvette at the Corvette Museum

We’ve known of Brad Paisley’s love of Corvettes for some time now as the country music singer has made multiple visits to the National Corvette Museum over the years. His traveling RV even features coves like the classic C1 Corvettes.

The country music superstar has a special reason to be happy today as he officially took delivery of a new 2020 Corvette Stingray at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

The R8C Musuem Delivery Program offers the opportunity for customers to take delivery of their new Corvettes at the NCM which is located just across the street from the Corvette Assembly Plant. The NCM’s delivery staff rolls out the red carpet as they work with customers to schedule delivery and on the big day, a representative offers a personalized walk-through of the car’s operations and functions. The best part in our opinion are the photos taken during delivery:


The NCM broke the news of the celebrity visit on Friday evening with a Facebook post sharing photos of Brad and the Long Beach Red C8 Corvette along with Corvette Assembly Plant Manager Kai Spande and Corvette Museum Director Dr. Sean Preston.

Thank you to country music artist Brad Paisley for taking R8C Museum Delivery with us this evening! For those who may not know, Brad is a big Corvette fan and no stranger to Bowling Green. He’s super excited about his Long Beach Red Stingray… tune in to our page Monday for a video!


Brad’s Corvette is nicely optioned with the optional carbon flash-painted high wing as well as the rare 5VM aero kit with visible carbon fiber rockers and front splitter. The Long Beach Red exterior will be retired at the end of the model run and it’s currently running among the rarest of exterior colors for the first-year mid-engine Corvette. We also like Brad’s addition of the optional black Trident wheels contrasted with the yellow brake calipers.

Congratulations Brad on the new Corvette. We’ll be tuning in to the National Corvette Museum on Monday to see your special delivery of the 2020 Corvette Stingray!


Source:
National Corvette Museum / Facebook

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