This gorgeous Corvette convertible is only 1 of 67 to receive the RPO B2K Twin Turbo conversion available through select Chevy dealers. Finished in Dark Blue metallic with Saddle Tan leather interior, and less than 3700 miles on the odometer, it is one of the finest examples in existence.
The Callaway conversion , priced at $25,985 consisted of twin intercooled turbochargers, and many other performance modifications, distinctive Dymag wheels with Callaway logos, and speed rated tires. A select few, including this convertible, were fitted with the special Aero Body Package which included smoother front bodywork with four special intake openings, and a unique rear valance embossed with Callaway identification to reduce drag for higher top speed.. 382 horsepower and 562 ft/lbs of torque provide brute acceleration and top speeds over 180 mph.
Options include the rare 4 speed automatic transmission, air conditioning, and Bose sound system This car has a well documented history, and has been in careful storage since new. It's as close to showroom fresh as any example you'll fin!
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