My Car Story with Lou Costabile 1988 Chevrolet Chevy Corvette Twin Turbo Callaway
On "My Car Story" we're in Geneva IL at The Geneva Concours d’Elegance on
We're looking at a 1988 Chevrolet Chevy Corvette Twin turbo Callaway.
The car's Owner is Mike Manderino. He’s had the car since 2004. This
car is a factory optioned car, and if you check the right boxes when
ordering you can get “the Callaway”. Mike shares the story. Mike has
a web site to view which is www.rarevettes.com
SLP ZL575 Camaro tested by MotorWeek TV
SLP ZL575 Camaro as
tested by MotorWeek TV for SpeedTV. Limited edition of 250 Automatic
Transmission and 250 Manual Transmission, go to http://www.slpCamaro.com for more information
on options and availability. Only available from your Chevrolet dealer,
this is the ONLY limited edition packaged that is fully warranteed.
Road Test: 25th Anniversary Callaway Corvette
MotorWeek celebrates 25 years of Callaway performance with a road test
review of the 2012 25th Anniversary Limited Edition Callaway Chevrolet
Corvette, as well as the 2013 Callaway Chevrolet Corvette SC652 60th
Anniversary 427 Convertible Collector Edition.
ZR1 Vette vs Jet! - Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 Races A U.S. Navy Fighter Jet
MT Editor at Large Arthur St. Antoine pits Chevy's awesome "Blue Devil" --
the Corvette ZR1 -- against its toughest adversary yet: a Blue Angels
F/A-18 Hornet fighter jet.
Shot By: Jim Gleason & Terren Lin
Edited By: Jim Gleason
Read the story here:
2014 Callaway Corvette 200-plus-mph in shooting-brake form!!!!
The 2014 Chevrolet Corvette's on-sale date still is months away, but
Callaway Cars already has plans for a conversion. Callaway's idea is to
turn the coupe into a shooting brake—uppity British slang for an exotic
two-door station wagon. As it turns out, most Americans aren't familiar
with that expression, so Callaway calls the conversion the AeroWagon.
Essentially, the Callaway "aero-back" replaces the rear decklid and is made
using the Krämer Resin Transfer Molding process, which forms structural
carbon parts. The new closure uses the stock hinge and closing plate pieces
and is expected to weigh about as much as the standard decklid. The
California coachbuilder has said the AeroWagon will cost $15,000 above the
standard Vette's base price, which we suspect will be just north of
There have been no aerodynamic tests on the Callaway lid as yet, but the
company is saying the car should be capable of 200-plus-mph in
shooting-brake form. We weren't sure how the Stingray's new 450-hp,
6.2-liter small-block V-8 could possibly propel the shooting brake to 200
mph, but Callaway revealed that it is again planning its own upgrade of the
Chevy mill. At this point it's unknown if it will feature turbo- or supercharged assistance, but expect
output to reach 620 horsepower. As it has for
the past quarter of a century, Callaway will do all this with blessing
(and, more important, a warranty backup) from Chevrolet. Expect Callaway to
have crossed all its Ts and Js with regard to the AeroWagon by the time the
2014 Corvette goes on sale this fall.