Callaway Celebrates 30 Years with New Exhibit at National Corvette Museum

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For over 30 years, a small company in Old Lyme, Connecticut has been at the forefront of automotive forced induction.  Callaway Cars started to make a name for themselves by hot-rodding Corvettes in the 1980s, and ever since, this incredible coach-builder has been building some of the most potent Corvettes, Camaros, trucks and SUVs to ever tear up the pavement.

In 1986, General Motors was so impressed with their work, that Chevrolet provided an official “B2K” Regular Production Option (RPO) code to allow customers to order a Callaway twin-turbo Corvette right from their Chevrolet dealership.  The RPO code was available from 1987 – 1991.

With the help of automotive designer, Paul Deutschman and a select group of highly experienced, performance engineers, Callaway Cars has built some of the most exotic and beautifully stunning Corvettes ever seen.

Callaway Corvettes have not only come with stunning designs such as the Aerobody kit, but they’ve delivered rock-solid, blistering performance and reliability to back up their beauty.

To celebrate the 30 year anniversary of becoming the first aftermarket performance company to receive an official RPO code for production Corvettes, Callaway Cars has teamed up with the National Corvette Museum to offer an incredible historical display of Callaway Corvettes over the years.  15 Callaway Corvettes will be on display, including the legendary 1988 Callaway Sledgehammer, and the beastly, take-no-prisoners Callaway SC757 Corvette Z06.

The special exhibit is now open and will run through May 5, 2017. For a complete list of the Callaway Corvettes that will be on display, click on the link here.

Exclusive Photos of the Callaway Corvettes at the NCM >>>

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Robert M. Loszewski is the Owner and Site Administrator of the Corvette Action Center; a quality-driven Corvette news and information web site that he started in 2000. Over the years, Loszewski has built the Corvette Action Center into one of the largest online repositories of Corvette information going all the way back to 1953.

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