“This is my birthday present to myself,” Cook told the Daily Commercial in Leesburg, Fla. “I’ve owned Corvettes since 1981, when I bought my first one. This makes my fourth one in my lifetime. I can’t wait until the pandemic is over so I can get this to all the car shows.”
Cook’s first Corvette was one of the last ones made in St. Louis. He eventually traded it in for a 2001 Corvette, then traded that for a 2014, which he traded in last week.
Cook and his wife, Barbara, were joined at the dealership celebration by friends from the Touch of Glass Corvette Club, of which he is a founding member.
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