The 2012 Corvette promos were manufactured by AMT. Both coupes and convertibles were produced this year. The 2012 bodies were made from the same molds as the 2008-2011s. The bodies were molded as 1 piece of plastic with separate bumpers, mirrors and hood. The convertible bodies were molded in light red plastic and painted "Inferno Orange Metallic". The coupe bodies were molded in black plastic, painted "Carbon Flash Metallic" and had 100th Anniversary decals on both sail panels. Both cars had "2012" on the rear license plate. The clear plastic windshields were permanently attached to the underside of the body. The interior tub, seats, dash, shifter, door panels, steering wheel and steering column were all separate pieces. These parts formed the interior assembly. The interior assembly was inserted into the underside of the body and held in place by the chassis. The 2012 Corvette promos had 5 spoke wheels. These wheels had thinner spokes than the 2008-2011 Corvette promos. The convertibles had chrome wheels. The coupes had black wheels. They all had blackwall tires with no lettering molded into the sidewall. The chassis was molded in black plastic and attached to the body with 4 black philips head screws.
Boxes: The 2012 Corvette promos came in black window boxes.
Note: The interiors of 2008 and newer C6 Corvette promos are very easy to interchange. This website shows all the factory interior/exterior combinations for 2008 and newer Corvette Promos. Any combination not shown on this website was altered after it left the factory.
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