Chevrolet rolls out the licensed merchandise for the new 2005 Corvette. Along with the normal slew of polo shirts and auto related goodies are such oddities as the "Corvette Manicure Kit by Fossil" for those who need tidy fingernails in a hurry. Then there are the items that barely have anything to do with the C6 logo like the $295 Swiss Army Watch – a clean looking timepiece but where's the Corvette tie-in? "Corvette logo is discreetly engraved on the back of the watch," where no one can see it. Strange.
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