Chevrolet dealers are offering a surprising amount of choice if you're looking for a new Corvette. And we're not just talking the choice of Stingray, Grand Sport, Z06, or ZR1.

Because of some strange quirks in GM's production schedules, dealers are currently selling 2017, 2018, and 2019 model year cars. All new, all at the same time. Not cars that have been sitting for two years at the back of the lot. They come with different levels of incentives, too.

Right now, Chevrolet is advertising $2,017 off of 2017 Corvettes. A fitting number for the year of the car, but a far cry from the near $10,000 offers late last year. If you want a 2018, it'll be full price. Except that GM is still offering Flex Cash discounts that can add up to $8,000 more on 2017 cars and $6,000 off of 2018s. 2019s have no incentives yet, but they are just starting to roll into dealers.

The odd overlap is due to a shortened production year for 2018. Chevrolet only built 9,686 Corvettes for 2018, the lowest number since 1959. Compare that to 2017 production, which saw 32,782 cars leave the Bowling Green plant.

So if you want a brand-new 2017, 2018, or 2019 Corvette, the answer is yes. Sometimes even at the same dealer. Just pick the color, the options, and the amount of cash on the hood you'd prefer.