1959 black 270hp (9/2/69) 1981 Beige L81(10/20/80)
They say that since catylized paint hardens from a chemical reaction instead of air drying that there is no waiting period. I have never been one to wax new paint for at least 2 months. I always use a finish glaze to get the shine I desire. I'll bet Steve has an opinion on this.
If you just bought a new vette, feel free to wax at will. Since you had a repaint, do not. The time between painting and waxing safely depends on the type of paint and type of process. If the painter took the panels off, painted them with a catalyzed base-clear system and baked them, you should not have to wait. However, if the painter used catalyzed paint and air dried - wait a month or so. In this case, the cure of the paint is dependant on the temperature and humidity in your part of the world. In the winter - not good. Better safe than sorry; if you are unsure, wait at least 1 month prior to waxing your aftermarket paint job.