Corvette Grand Sport Convertible Awarded at Super Bowl XLVI

The Super Bowl is history.  The most watched television show in history ended with the New York Giants being feted on the field.  By then, the New England Patriots were unseen, and virtually invisible.

The Vince Lombardi Trophy had been presented, and now it was time to acknowledge the Most Valuable Player.  Now having won two Super Bowl rings against the New England Patriots, Eli Manning was given his trophy and the keys to a brand new 2012 Corvette Grand Sport Convertible, complete with the Centennial Edition Package.

We see that Eli was at Disneyworld after the big win Monday, but from the pictures and the brief time frame, no word on the location of that sweet Corvette!  Maybe it’s in the parade on Manhattan today!
















 Dan Patrick puts keys in Eli’s hand.













































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2 Responses to Corvette Grand Sport Convertible Awarded at Super Bowl XLVI

  1. That is one sweet Vette there!!!

  2. Bill Connell says:

    The Centennial Edition Corvettes have been very popular because they look so good.

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