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GUYS BUYING FIRST CORVETTE. TIMING BELT CHANGE SCHEDULE

GUYS BUYING FIRST CORVETTE. 1999 TARGA ROOF RED.
66000 MILES. WHAT IS TIMING BELT REPLACEMENT SCHEDULE? DOES IT HAVE A BELT OR CHAIN

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With 66K on it and being a corvette I would change it now. It will be a chain

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