There comes a time in a legendary sports car's life when the buyers start wondering where all those machines come from. If you're Ferrari or Lamborghini, you whisk your customers off to Italy to show them the hand-assembly lines. But if you're GM, you show off your production line in good ol' Bowling Green, Kentucky, and for real too — without the CG trickery found in their LS2 assembly video. People have been taking delivery of their Vettes straight from the factory for years, but now with a 2009 Corvette ZR1 costing over $103,000 we have a feeling people will be even more critical of how their babies are made. Video of all the hot Corvette construction action after the jump.

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